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I install on my laptop computer dual boot win 7 and Android.

 

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http://www.android-x86.org/

 

http://www.jide.com/...-pc#downloadNow


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Thanks ulitza & Cyberstalker both. I'm gonna give RemixOS a try on my PC. I hadn't much luck with previous Androidx86 editions.
 

Android-x86 Open Source Project Announcement
 
In 2009, I started the Android-x86 Open Source Project as a passion project. I am a computer engineer, a software developer and this is what
gets me up in the morning. However over time, I began to see that this project had much greater potential than I had first thought. We had laid
the foundation to spread the use of Android to as many of the common x86 platforms in the world as possible.
 
I’m glad to announce an official partnership with Jide Technology, the creators of Remix OS, because I believe they can help accelerate us
towards achieving our goals.
 
This partnership is a natural fit since we both strive to make Android PCs a reality. Remix OS seeks to create a familiar experience for Android
users in a PC environment, and the Android-x86 Project has laid the foundation for this to happen. Together, Remix OS for PC provides a full
Android PC experience.


Source:  http://www.android-x86.org/


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Update: Installed Remix OS x64 on SSD2 dual booting with W8.1 Pro. It's working fine & had my wireless ready to connect @ 1st boot & it did make a 16Gb workspace for itself on the 34Gb allotted partition, BUT I guess I'm not an Android kinda person.

All it showed me is that I'll never geta Android phone. I'll keep it around to play with further, but not expecting much of a change in opinion.

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Also installed it. Not bad. Think it'll be a winner on my net book. Only problem I see is accessing other internal drives because it doesn't mount them. Google said to root remixOS and install another app called Paragon NTS & HFS+. Gonna try it tomorrow.

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Also installed it. Not bad. Think it'll be a winner on my net book. Only problem I see is accessing other internal drives because it doesn't mount them. Google said to root remixOS and install another app called Paragon NTS & HFS+. Gonna try it tomorrow.

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Access All partition(including Windows) from Remix OS

I don't know that there is any post about how to access windows partition from Remix OS, but I think there is a way.
1. Install [root]Stick Mount from Play Store
2. Open the app.
3. Some notification about SU. Click OK or something.
4. First time user will encounter a download window. There will be 2 small libraries you have to download.
5. After that support window will open. Click on anything as you wish. redface.gif
6. Finally click on Mount and allow SU permission.
Done!!
All partiton will get unlock. You can see those using ES File Explorer.

I hope it helps somebody. This was new to me that's why I thought to share it.

 

Original topic:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/remix/remix-os/access-partitionincluding-windows-remix-t3356700

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Just a FYI, I tried installing RemixOS in a VM along with a W7 Enterprise x64 installation, but it couldn't find it's virtual installation upon reboot, but I did resize the Virtual drive partitions to have 16Gb (D drive) allotted for RemixOS. That COULD be where I went wrong.

Oh well, worth an attempt & I'm used to failures.  :histerija:


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So in my Remix OS beta 2.0.202 trials, this time installed with Windows 10 Pro on SSD2. I had a helluva time trying to root it. Failed everytime. There is a pre-rooted available @ xda-developers:
 
Both x86 & x64 available. It made all my hard work unnecessary.

Deodexed and Rooted Remix-OS-PC - 64-bit and 32-bit:

http://forum.xda-dev...rooted-t3299573

 

The Mega Links there are for the pre-rooted & also links to get the untailored editions.

 

Did the job AOK! I needed it for my Paragon exFAT, NTFS & HFS+ to mount & see my SSD's storage partitions.  ;)


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