November 7, 2018 at 10:44 am #147955MYNAMEParticipant
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Just to inform you that if you go to Android X86 and burn on a USB KEY the last version of Android X86 RC2
EVERYTHING works at once 🙂
Now I do enjoy Android and this nice tablet. BestNovember 7, 2018 at 12:43 pm #147957MeleParticipant
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This is good news, but i have question.
Is it possible to run Live CD only or is it possible to install Android to sd card??
Okay, looks like it`s not possible to install Andoird on a sd card.
It is possible to install Android to HI13`s flash drive and it will boot. Unfortunately it looks like that after 10-20 sec usage OS will freeze. I can still see mouse cursor moving and some icons bouncing on background, but nothing else works.
After Android i installed Lineage OS same way and it`s not freezingJune 29, 2019 at 6:37 pm #181239clokiskParticipant
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But its not trueAugust 16, 2019 at 3:36 pm #181522gilaxoneParticipant
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I’ve just testing with the live mode from an usb key plugged with an usb-c adapter.
Bluetooth to headphones, ok
Rotation sensor detected, ok
Brightness control, ok
External usb keyboard, ok
Bluetooth keyboard, ok
HDMI external display, ok
Battery discharge seems a little bit heavy
It’s worth a try!September 4, 2019 at 4:37 pm #181617gilaxoneParticipant
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New step yesterday, I’ve cleaned up a bit to make room and shrink the Windows partition.
Then I’ve created an EXT4 partition (with the MiniTool partition wizard) and installed Android X86 on it, made some configs and reinstalled all my apps.
No more USB stick to boot, hurray! For the moment everything seems working properly.July 2, 2020 at 1:46 am #183494BrianParticipant
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New step yesterday, I’ve cleaned up a bit to make room and shrink the Windows partition. Then I’ve created an EXT4 partition (with the MiniTool partition wizard) and installed Android X86 on it, made some configs and reinstalled all my apps. No more USB stick to boot, hurray! For the moment everything seems working properly.
How did you handle choosing your boot options? Does Android X86 auto add a boot option into Windows 10 that allows it to boot Android instead of the usual Windows 10?
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