Phoenix OS is Another Desktop Oriented Android Distribution for ARM and x86

After Light Biz OS,  Remix OS, and Console OS, here’s another Android distribution that aims at creating better desktop experience in Android. Phoenix OS works on some ARM platforms, namely Nexus 9 and Nexus 10, as well as 64-bit x86 processors and like the x86 version of of Remix OS is based on Android-x86 project. Just like other alternatives, it adds features usually found in Windows or Linux distributions such as a start menu, a task bar, multi-window support, notification handling via the taskbar, etc… If you’d like to try it out in a computer with an Intel or AMD computer, you can follow the instructions below from a Windows machine: Prepare a 4GB+ flash drive Download the latest Zip file of Phoenix OS (x86) to your PC, currently Phoenix-x86-1.0-32-beta.zip Download and install USBMaker tool to your PC Start USBMaker.exe, select the flash drive and Zip file, and press “Write” (写入) to make a bootable device. Select the USB drive …

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