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A DOSBox port for Android. DOSBox is a x86 emulator developed by DOSBox Team for playing old PC games.

** First practical DOS emulator for Android **
** Apps of the Week, ZDNet, Sept 2011 **

IMPORTANT: Like other emulators this software requires sdcard access and lots of resources to run properly. Make sure you have > 50MB free memory, and your sdcard can be accessed through /sdcard.

We appreciate any rating, comments and suggestions, but in case you need some answer, please check faq or email us directly.

Regarding GPL please refer to home page.

-Portrait and Landscape mode with/without resize.
-Sound support
-Software and Hardware keyboard input
-Support entering special keys like Ctrl, ESC and Function keys
-Support Virtual TrackPad, Virtual Joystick, and Pen mode
-Support mouse control with physical Trackball or Mouse

Regarding arrows and special keys(like ctrl, alt, shift): AnDOSBox is designed to work with external input solution, seek out and use anything you see fit. We also built an "Extra layout" plugin for our Flit Keyboard. (see AnDOSBox home page for details). For enhanced gaming keypad, please check out our "GameKeyboard" app.

Known Issues
-On some device it failed to call out the software keyboard. In this case, try holding the "menu" hardware key, or turn on (menu->input mode->show keyboard fix).
-In some program sound is broken (stop after awhile) when Speed Patch C is turned on.
-Some devices with physical keyboard failed to input additional characters by pressing Alt+Key. Please refer to FAQ General Usage #1.
-It's said that some high-end snapdragon based devices have poor performance. We never received an official report, please contact developer in this case.

If you have problem running a particular DOS program, please check with DOSBox Team for compatibility before report to us.

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Recently changed in this version

- [Experimental] option to map physical joystick to virtual joystick (Input Mode->Physical Joystick)
- [fix] various bug fix

Other recent changes:
- Multi-touch assisted mouse drag/right click, see homepage for details
- Adjust Sound & Speed options from Launching Screen
- Auto start game with Launching Screen

For users looking for enhanced gaming keypad, please check out our "GameKeyboard" app

Comments and ratings for AnDOSBox
  • (66 stars)

    by Sarjerao Lubal on 07/04/2014

    i am not using it for game but using for commercial application which the best one can handle many things but my problem i am not able to use the printer as i want to print receipt using small 2/3 inch Bluetooth / usb/ any other interface printer can any body help on this. this solve my very big problem . ......... LUBAL

  • (66 stars)

    by David Orris on 11/02/2014

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    by Christopher Edwards on 14/06/2013

    First i'd like to say that I only just recently tried Dosbox Turbo because Andosbox has never failed me. There are plenty of reviews of people bashing Andosbox because they are too cheap to buy the Gamekeyboard. I pay no attention to them because Gamekeyboard is useful for many things besides Andosbox and really deserves to be a separate paid app. Then there are those that say Dosbox Turbo is muc

  • (66 stars)

    by Yana Malysheva on 15/02/2013

    I'm trying to play a game that uses the mouse and arrow keys on my tablet. Chose this app because it seems to have best soft mouse options. Little did I know how hard it would be to set up simple arrow keys. Ended up using gamepad beta; inexplicably, the d-pad does not work, but the buttons remapped to the d-pad keys do. Have to set it to be the default keyboard every time. and my control settings

  • (66 stars)

    by Mats Winther on 26/12/2012

    Unlike DosBox Turbo, this DOS emulator managed to emulate a CD-ROM very well, so that I could run my favourite program, which needs to be fueled from CD. This gladdened me immensely. However, my air mouse doesn't work that well, and I couldn't get Win3.1 to run properly, which was easy in Turbo. (Probably I need to set some parameters correctly, which takes time to figure out.) So I have decided t

  • (66 stars)

    by Jacob Bulloch on 20/12/2012

    Great app, I am a huge retro game fan, but I must say that, for me at least, DosBox Turbo is the better choice, lag was much worse with this emulator compared with DosBox Turbo while playing Master of Orion II (on Droid X).

  • (66 stars)

    by Mathew Williams on 09/12/2012

    Works, but hardware keyboard/trackpad functionality not as good as with DosBox Turbo.