How to Create a Bootable USB Drive for Windows on an Android Smartphone📱🛠️🖥️

How to Create a Bootable USB Drive for Windows on an Android Smartphone📱🛠️🖥️

Hello everybody! In this video, I’m going to show you how
to create a bootable USB drive for Windows using – SURPRISINGLY – an Android smartphone. Problems with booting an operating system
may appear out of the blue, and usually it happens at exactly the wrong time. To make things even worse, a recovery disk
or bootable USB drive might be missing just on this special day. But wait – isn’t that a kind of portable
computer you’re carrying around in your pocket? With an Android smartphone, you can easily
create a bootable drive and restore the operating system of your computer. So if your only PC or laptop won’t boot,
and you decided to restore or reinstall its operating system, this video should be EXTREMELY
useful. In a minute, I will show you in detail how
to create a bootable USB drive or memory card for Windows using a portable Android device. So, let’s begin. What you need to create a bootable drive with your phone And before we start, let’s find out what
we need. First of all, a USB drive or memory card of
sufficient capacity. It will have to be formatted, so if there
is any important data, save it elsewhere. If you are going to use a USB drive, you will
also need an On-the-Go (also known as OTG) adapter to connect it to the smartphone. Before the process begins, make sure your
phone’s battery is fully charged, as creating a bootable drive is quite a long and power-consuming
process. Finally, you need an ISO image of the operating
system. You can download it from the Microsoft official
website. It is necessary to have that image in the
memory of your phone. So open any browser from your Android device,
and search for a page where you can download an image of the operating system. I strongly recommend using images from the
official website only. Select version, confirm it, select language,
and confirm your choice again. After you select the image bitness, 32-bit
or 64-bit, the download will start. Wait until the entire image file is downloaded. As soon as it’s ready, start creating the
bootable drive. How to write an ISO image on a USB drive from
an Android device In order to write an ISO image of the operating
system to the storage device, you need to download a special app – ISO 2 USB – to your
phone. It’s a very simple tool and it doesn’t
require you to have root permissions. Unfortunately, its description doesn’t state
clearly what particular image file types it supports, but user reviews suggest it can
work successfully with Windows, Ubuntu and other Linux distributives. All right, now connect the USB drive to your
Android device and start the app. In the app window, tap on “Pick” button
next to the line “Pick USB Pen Drive” and select your USB drive. For the line “Pick ISO File”, also tap
on the “Pick” button and specify the path to the ISO image file you have just downloaded. By default, it should be located in the “Downloads”
folder. If the drive you are using is not empty yet,
check this box to have it formatted. Finally, tap “Start” and wait until the
bootable USB drive is created. It takes quite a long time. When the drive is ready, you will see this
notification: USB Device Removed. That’s all: the bootable drive is ready
to use, and you can insert it into one of the USB ports on your computer to boot from
this drive. Visit our channel for a detailed video tutorial
about installing an operating system, and you can find the link in the description below
this video. If you connect the freshly created bootable
drive to a computer with a Windows operating system already up and running, it will tell
you the drive is faulty and suggest to fix it. Please don’t. In fact, the USB drive is all right, and your
computer won’t have any problems with booting from it or installing the operating system. The reason why Windows responds so critically
to this USB drive is that the Android app formats it in a way that seems unusual to
the operating system though it does use the proper FAT file system. You can see that the drive contains all the
necessary components. Let’s boot the computer from such drive. Everything works properly, and installation
begins when the computer boots from the drive. That is all for now! Hopefully, this video was useful. Remember to click the Like button and subscribe
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