As you, all know about the fact that Android is one of the most used smartphone operating system around the world. Keeping in view its enormous popularity and the profusion of all kinds of the apps available on the play store, Numerous Android developers have been working on Android for the enhancement of Android to the Pc. Presently, Android-x86 is the first durable release, specially designed for Android Marshmallow is released and has been making the process more smooth than it was.
Android-x86 is an open source project, a project whose codes are available on the internet, to place Android over to the x86 platform. This project has been initiated by the group of missionary developers who have been working together to port Android to hardware that works on AMD and Intel processors.
Usually, Android smartphones have been operating in ARM chips, for which Android was formally created for so it takes a lot more effort to make it operate on other chips.
- The kernel has been updated to 4.4.20 with more patches from AOSP
- Updated Mesa to 12.0.2
- Added HDMI audio support
- Added F2FS support
- Changed trackpad cursor from circle to normal mouse pointer
- Improved suspend/resume issues caused by wifi drivers
The latest release of Android-x86 means that there is an easy and smoother way to run Marshmallow (Android 6.0) on your PC. you can visit the particular apps’ website from your PC and you can download it on your PC.
This operating system supports both BIOS and UEFI firmware and can also be used to generate a bootable USB-stick.
There are also many other ways to operate Android operating systems on your PC just like BlueStacks and Remix OS, an operating system which itself based on the work of the Android-x86.