Great OS to use overall, widevine decryption does not come by default so it must installed by downloading the binaries for the Google Nexus Player. ARM native bridge is available by toggling a button in the settings app but it takes a while. To make it go faster, the Google Nexus Player binaries has the native bridge library files for that though. Supports rotation sensors, camera, keyboard, mouse, optical disk (cd, dvd), NVME (as of 7.1-rc2), and external displays BUT MIRRORING ONLY
Fast, Simple, Stock, FREE, open source,
Slow native bridge download, no widevine decryption, doesn't support AMD very well, bugs appear often.
Review by Stromer
(8 of 20 people found this review helpful)
Does not work well on AMD based PCs.
Review by James34602
(8 of 13 people found this review helpful)
A good alternative to Android tablet!
Performance are quite promising if your device support this OS
Could not support some new mobile x86 CPU
Review by འཔོkrif
(10 of 15 people found this review helpful)
Porting Android to x86 platform is needed thing.
x86 platform is wait for young and beautiful Android)
Review by Harley Joseph
(7 of 12 people found this review helpful)
It is awsome, works great, i'm using an old notebook intel serie classmate i just got some glitch on some games and i can't take screencaptures, it always says that im out of memory or the app doesn't allow to take screencapture.
You can actually have an usefull android on your old computer.