Bliss OS is an open source operating system based on Android-x86 projects that lets you run the latest Android 10 mobile operating system on any Linux, Windows or Chromebook PC or tablet device. The system is based on AOSP (Android Open Source Project) and Android-x86 projects, and is automatically displayed based on screen size, providing rich customization options and theme settings. The battery has also been optimized to include additional security options and related features, support for most mainstream gamepads, and is compatible with ARM/ARM64 applications.
Bliss OS 12 is now in early development and is expected to let you run the latest Android 10 mobile operating system on your PC. “We’ve started the first round of testing for Bliss OS 12 based on Android 10,” said the Bliss OS developer. This version is currently in the ‘under development’ state and is not recommended for everyday use. For this release, we recommend that you install a pre-existing NTFS partition or Windows partition and choose not to format in our USB installer. “
If you really want to run Android 10 on your PC, and can’t wait for Bliss OS 12 to be stable and widely available, you can download it on the official website as described in the XDA post. Of course, you can also build your own Bliss OS.
It is understood that installing this version requires the latest Ubuntu LTS version, with a dual-core processor, 8G memory (16GB of virtual machines), and about 250GB of available hard disk space for computers. Bliss OS developers have provided in-depth build instructions on GitHub to help you build x86-based .ISO images for your PC.