Linux is also the most using operating system by colleges, organizations, servers, and more. Because of an open source OS, it has over 250+ millions of users these days. There are a lot of things know about Linux but this article is just about how to download Showbox on Linux desktops or laptops.
Although, the Showbox is not available for Linux officially we found several ways to download Showbox for Linux devices.
Showbox is undoubtedly the best streaming service for Android, Windows, and Smart TVs. Now, all the Linux users also use this app. Rather than spending more money on premium subscription services, it is better to go for free services. Showbox is completely free to use on any device.
Do not search for Showbox deb file on Linux
How to Run Showbox on Linux
Part 1: Download Shashlik
What is Shashlik?
It is An Android emulator for Linux. Run any android application on your Linux as like your Android device.
- Go to the official website and download the Shashlik or click here.
- Install it as like any other DEB package file.
Part 2: Add Showbox to Shashlik
- Go to all applications in the menu.
- Search for “Shashlik”.
- Launch it.
- Now, Download and Save the Showbox APK File on your Linux.
- Right click on it and click on “open with Shashlik”.
- For the first time, it automatically installed.
- Open the Shashlik app and click on Showbox.
- That’s it.
Shashlik is not only the option for us because they are many Android emulators available for Linux such as Bluestcaks, Nox Player, and Memu. All these are working great on Windows and Mac but Shashlik is specially designed for Linux users.
If you don’t like or not working for you then you can any other emulator listed above. And the installation is the same for any emulator.
Important Note: As per now, I don’t have a Linux device so I can’t able to provide screenshots for this guide. If possible, I’ll update soon.