Anbox is a compatibility layer that allows mobile applications and games developed for Android to run on Linux. To achieve this, it uses standard Linux technologies like containers (LXC) to separate the Android operating system from the Linux host.
While emulators creates an entire emulated system which has its own kernel etc., Anbox runs the Android system under the same kernel as the host operating system does. No emulation layer is necessary, everything runs directly on the hardware. This approach also allows a much better integration with the host operating system. Anbox puts Android apps into a tightly sealed box without direct access to hardware or your data by mounting Android directory structure whilst using the native Linux kernel to execute applications.
systemctl start systemd-networkd
systemctl start systemd-resolved
systemctl start anbox-container-manager.service
adb install package.apk
anbox launch --package=org.anbox.appmgr --component=org.anbox.appmgr.AppViewActivity