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 Sushiman
(3 of 7 people found this review helpful)
I have had no problems running Android x86 in a dual boot with windows 8.1 on my Surface Pro 2 (EFI mode), except for the fact that I can't put the device to sleep, pressing the power button opens the power menu instead
Runs well, Gives more use to Windows tablets
Unable to use sleep mode
Review by joonnnyyyy
(4 of 8 people found this review helpful)
It's a good project, the developers make a excelent job!
Review by Leonel
(4 of 7 people found this review helpful)
Exectelente amigos muy buena la iniciativa , lo unico que les pediria seria que agregaran mas soporte para instalarlos a tabletas con windows 10 , hablo de las tablets siragon tb5200
Review by Patrik
(5 of 8 people found this review helpful)
This simply works, unlike Remix OS (which if it boots has no GPU acceleration whatsoever or on another PC is stuck in <720p resolution) and other x86 Android projects (some of which seem like a bad joke).
However, support for some hardware types is patchy. For example: to this day I haven't found a WLAN/WiFi USB stick that works.