Performance are quite promising if your device support this OS
Could not support some new mobile x86 CPU
Review by འཔོkrif
(11 of 19 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 13 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.
it got some glitch, bugs, but nothing that bad.
Review by jw
(2 of 10 people found this review helpful)
love androidx86 its almost as if youre using a real android :P
Review by Benjamin
(6 of 11 people found this review helpful)
Android x86 is great!
Currently running on an Acer AXC-704G-UW61 (UEFI) desktop, HP 15-F387WM Touch (UEFI) and HP 2000-299WM (MBR x86, 64-bit is broken for me) laptops.
As of 7.1.2 RC1 it supports Intel hardware decoding(even on older GM45 chips!).
On my XC-704G it can handle Moonlight GameStream at 720p 60fps with H.265 with only 10-15ms decoder lag. It works with 1080p 60fps H.265 just with a little more latency than 720p.
GM45 has always been a bit lacking, even on regular Linux distros, so I expected a few problems with hardware video decoding(frame skips, blurry decode blocks).
Overall Android x86 works great!
Android on x86
Intel Hardware Decoding
VLC(so I assume KODI) with Hardware Decoding works great
Stable & Fast
No hardware decoding for NVIDIA or AMD yet?
Root on 7.1.2 is buggy.
Bluetooth sometimes crashes.