Install and Launch Anbox

# Install the anbox
sudo snap install --devmode --edge anbox
sudo snap refresh --edge --devmode anbox
sudo snap info anbox
# Debug mode
sudo snap set anbox debug.enable=true
sudo /snap/bin/anbox.collect-bug-info
# Start session-manager (Recommended)
# Description:
mkdir -p ~/.config/systemd/user
wget -O ~/.config/systemd/user/anbox-session-manager.service
# sudo systemctl --user enable --now anbox-session-manager
sudo systemctl --user enable --now anbox-session-manager
# A magic way to launch the anbox.appmgr
# WARNING: do not add 'sudo' for the command, or you will get error messages: [daemon.cpp:61@Run] Failed to connect to DBus
anbox launch --package=org.anbox.appmgr --component=org.anbox.appmgr.AppViewActivity

Create Desktop File

# anbox-application-manager.desktop
[Desktop Entry]
Name=Anbox Application Manager
Exec=sh -c "systemctl --user enable --now anbox-session-manager; anbox launch --package=org.anbox.appmgr --component=org.anbox.appmgr.AppViewActivity"
Comment=Anbox Applicatoin Manager
# Create desktop file
sudo desktop-file-install '/home/teeth/Desktop/anbox-application-manager.desktop' 


Additional shells for bugs

# Switch software-rendering for anbox
sudo snap set anbox software-rendering.enable=true
sudo snap restart anbox.container-manager
# Start session-manager
# Description:
EGL_PLATFORM=x11 anbox session-manager
# EGL_PLATFORM=x11 anbox session-manager --software-rendering
# Install google-playstore and arm-applications-support
# arm-application-support can make you able to install most of the apks that only compile for arm-architecture (not compiled for x86-64 architectur
# eg. without arm-application-support, you can't install QQ...
chmod +x
sudo bash ./
# For binder:false
# I just found that the we should not to care "binder" in the latest ubuntu (like Ubuntu 22.04 LTS)
sudo mkdir /dev/binder
sudo mount -t binder binder /dev/binder
# Solve google-play-store network connectivity problem
sudo /snap/anbox/current/bin/ start