Bliss OS is an Android based operating system. The latest version of Bliss OS uses Android 9.0 Pie codebase. It is designed to work with both the mobile systems as well as with desktop or laptop computers. Basically you can install Bliss OS on Android devices, Windows computers, Macbooks and Chromebooks as well. If you have never used Android Pie, then you can use Bliss OS to try it out on your PC.
Bliss OS is distributed as ROMs for flashing to Android devices and as ISO images for trying it on desktop computers. The ISO version is Live disk image which means that you can try it without installing. So here is how you can you try or install Bliss OS on any desktop or notebook computer.
Method 1: Dual-boot installation for Windows computers with UEFI support, no data is erased.
- Download Bliss OS ISO image from https://blissroms.com/.
- Install 7-Zip in your Windows PC.
- Right-click on the downloaded ISO file, select 7-Zip and then Open Archive.
- Extract Androidx86-Installv26.0003.exe from the ISO file to Windows desktop. Double-click on this extracted file to launch the installer.
- In the installer, select the ISO file (the one you downloaded in step 1), select target drive (C:), select storage capacity (8GB) and click on the Install button.
- A few seconds later, installation will be finished. Now you can reboot Windows and select Bliss OS from boot menu.
Method 2: Installation on entire hard drive, all data will be erased.
- Download Bliss OS ISO image from https://blissroms.com/.
- Burn the ISO to a blank DVD using ImgBurn or create a bootable USB drive using Rufus. Boot into your computer using the bootable DVD/USB drive.
- Select Advanced options from the menu, followed by Auto installation.
- Select Yes when asked to proceed with erasing of all data on the hard drive. Wait for a few seconds and it is all done. Now you can select to Run Bliss-OS from the options displayed on your screen.
- Pretty soon you will see Bliss logo and then you have to pick options for the launcher app – Quickstep for the mobile devices such as your tablet and Taskbar for your desktop computers. With the Taskbar launcher you get a Windows taskbar style experience.
Bliss OS is not really meant for very old computers as it is based on Android Pie code which requires good performance from your hardware. For the same reason, you should avoid is if you want to try it on a low end Android device.
ive installed Blis os on a amd fx 6300 with a rx 460 but when it boots into the os it shows a screen thats all glitched out is it because of it not being able to run on a gpu?
The new bliss Os 64bit 2019 Cant boot in older bios without uefi boot,
it is asking to me supported partition for uefi . what version i need in?.
How can you install Bliss on an Android TV box? Would it be the same way as an installation on a tablet? Are there minimum hardware requirements?
For that you have to contact Bliss developers, they offer custom ROMs for these devices.
No it is not possible and the minimum requirements are 4 GB ram and 16 GB storage and GPU is nvidia gpu
hmm, odd …
Prime OS loads fine.
Remix OS loads fine.
Bliss OS seems to be looking for Something Specific which my PC don’t have.!??
.. HP 4300, 8 gig RAM, 500g HD, Eithernet On Board, RTL8812AU 11ac Adapter.
the 3.6 gig x64 proc is fine so, What equipment are you basing this ISO on.!?
I have bliss is running on my laptop. Ethernet is connected but can’t share it’s internet connection
Bliss OS Can you install a tv box?
I updated my Stick to 32 gig eMMC and it seems to run ok.
The ARMv7 Build seems to be working fine. Intel ones, .. not yet.!
I’m having no luck with installing Bliss-OS. I have it on a bootable 8 gig thumb drive. I’m trying to install it onto a Compaq Presario Tower with Windows 7 installed on it. The specs are as follow. Athlon II X2 240 cpu, M2N68-LA mobo, 4gb ddr3 2×2 Ram, HD Radeon 6950. Seagate 500 gig 7200 RPM SATA drive.
It’s able to boot up into Windows 7 with no problem. So I don’t see an issue with the drive. Though when I tried to use the auto install, it runs into an error message. It says installation failed please check if you have enough free disk space to install Bliss OS.
thanks for any help, I appreciate it.
O meu Tbm da erro “cannot mount /dev/sda1 please format it!” eu aperto em “Yes” pra formata
e ele continua com o erro pedindo pra formata. Meu pc é Windows 7 64bits 4Gb ram, processador AMD sempron 140, eu consegui roda o Bliss OS via LiveCD num pendrive 16 GB sandisk, mas quando tento instalar ele (auto instalation) ele da o erro que citei acima “cannot mount”
After installing Bliss-OS to a new hard drive on my PC my Bios will not recognize the OS at all. If I run from the liveCD (on a USB via Rufus) I just get garbage on screen. I have a AMD Phenom (AMD Phenom II X6 1090T Processor, Black Edition) and running a AMD Radeon 7800. Anyone have any idea why this is happening?
Did you download Bliss OS or Bliss ROM? Bliss ROM is only for Android devices. Bliss OS is for PC.
I am quite sure it was Bliss OS (1.4 Gb iso) and on viewing the files on the usb it was the OS. I have since tried it on another computer (Dell Latitude laptop) and same problem. I wonder whether it is because I am running ‘windows 10 Home and not Pro.
The storage is not seen in the default files app. Should the storage be visible? Probably the storage is not getting mounted. Do you know how to mount storage? I am not able to download anything as the storage is not available.
I am having the same issue.
I think this is the same problem I’m going through right now. I’m unable to continue the installation it says “cannot Mount Dev/ sda1”
I wanted to know if you install it on a PC with a normal wired connection to the internet then will that computer run internet while being on this OS. I mean android usually is suppose to run Wifi.
It has Ethernet and WiFi drivers both.
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