What’s good about the video is that this person is actually showing every step, from restarting Windows with a bootable Android USB drive to the setup of the new OS, that way there is no doubt it is possible. It’s worth noting, that this person was able to run Google’s OS from a USB drive originally made for Ubuntu, and Android isn’t actually installed in the Surface Pro.  As you’ll see in the YouTube clip, booting takes a while, but once it is loaded, Android can run pretty well on the Microsoft’s tablet. Sound and touch works flawlessly, however Bluetooth and Wi-Fi were some of the components not working in the system — this means, no Internet or wireless keyboard. Chances are that most Surface Pro owners will not be trying to install Android operating system in the tablet, and also considering that some of the hardware aren’t compatible. Besides, you can get an Android tablet at really low-cost these days. But still excited seeing that is possible. Source Neowin All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.