How to Install an Emulator on an Android Phone

Mobile phones have become powerful devices where you can almost do anything. For game enthusiasts, there's nothing more fun than to play all-time game favorites like you used to play them. This is possible by using emulators. If you're wondering how to do this, here's how to install an emulator on your Android phone.

NOTE: The legality of emulation is touchy. Do not pirate video games you don't own or break copyright law. Consult local and federal laws regarding emulation before using an emulator or a ROM. Use at your own risk.

1. There are many kinds of emulators for different game consoles, such as Game Boy, Nintendo, and Sega Genesis. So you have to choose an emulator which is compatible with your phone's system or the type of game you have.

2. Next, download an emulator Research them online and choose the best one for you. Tap the link of the emulator you want to download.


3. On the next screen, you will see different types of platform under the emulator you chose. Tap "Android" and then, choose which version is compatible with your phone. After downloading, locate where the file is and click "Install."