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How to install the .EXE files in Android without rooting?

How to install the .EXE files in Android without rooting?

In computing, an executable file or an executable program, or sometimes just unenforceable, lead to the computer “to perform the tasks referred to in accordance with the coded instructions,” instead of the data file that must be analyzed using the program to be meaningful. These instructions are traditionally machine code instructions for the central processing unit of material. However, a more general sense, it can also be considered a file containing instructions (such as bytecode) compiler executable program. But maybe it is the source of the implementation of the scripting language in this sense file. Exact interpretation depends on usage; while often the term refers to the machine code files, in the context of protection against computer viruses every file that causes the execution of instructions potentially dangerous, including scripts, and gathered together for comfort. It uses executable code to describe the instructions executable that does not necessarily constitute an executable file sequence. For example, sections within the program.

It is an extension EXE executable files intended for use within Windows or MS-DOS. You can not make all EXE files working on the robot. However, you can open many EXE files based on the old DOS with DOS emulator DOSBox. DOSBox himself did not write specifically for Android, but many applications allow you to run DOSBox on your Android device. These applications provide a similar interface to the command line interface in Windows, and requires some familiarity with the navigation command line.

How to install the .EXE files in Android without rooting?

How to install the .EXE files in your Android Phone without root?

#1: First of all you need to install the DOS Box in your android phone. without root?

#2: After installing completely then open that app in your android device. A command line appear in your screen and type the command cd foldername. Where cd stands for the change directory and folder stands where the .exe file exists in your file manager in your android device. For example- If your .exe files exists in amingo folder then type cdamigo. Click on enter from your android keyboard.

#3: Enter the name of the file no need to enter its extension also Because the command line interface is not case-sensitive.

#4: Now you can see that your .exe file is install in progress either it is related to the game, or anything.

Muhammad Adeel

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