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I have just downloaded uTorrent on my Galaxy S running Android 2.3. The .exe file has been downloaded and is in the download folder, but when I open the download folder on my sdcard and click it, it gives only one option "DELETE FILE". I'm not able to run this on my phone? What do I have to do to run it?

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wrong, simply wrong. You cannot run a Windows executable file on an Android device. Search the play store for torrent apps, you'll find many there. –  ElefantPhace Apr 16 '13 at 19:02
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Why downvote? It's not mandatory for Android users to know things like this before using. And if you need uTorrent for Android, check this, play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.utorrent.client –  roxan Apr 17 '13 at 11:00

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.exe Files are Windows binaries (i.e. executable files/applications/programms) that can not be run natively on a Android system.

I am sure the Play Store (or the alternatives of the Play Store) will have an equivalent app to the .exe file you are trying to run.

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You can't run .exe files in Android. It is a Windows executable file . Android apps will have .apk format.

Check out this link. They discuss about Android Torrent apps (downloaders).

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μTorrent exists in Play Store and works well. Download it from there. However, I would like to learn how to run .exe files on Android without using a complicated method.

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You can't. .exe files are used onl on Windows, and they cannot be run on Android, because it's a completely different operating system, which has more in common with Linux than Windows. –  onik Sep 2 '13 at 6:44
    
Welcome to the site. This answer would be a lot more constructive if you included a link, not just an assertion that the app exists. Would you consider editing your answer to include a link? –  Dan Hulme Sep 2 '13 at 8:09

.exe is windows executable file. Like you can't run android app on windows without android emulator. In the same way you are going to need windows emulator to run .exe on android. And as far as I know no such emulator is available yet.

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