AndEX developer Arne Exton has just announced a new version of the Android-x86 fork so users can run Google’s latest Android 10 mobile operating system on their PCs. While the current Open Source (AOSP) Android-86 project also allows users to run Android 9 Pie on a PC, projects like Bliss OS and AndEX are moving much faster. Interested friends may want to offer $9 to support AndEX 10 Build 200108.
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As an excellent project for Android-x86 forks, AndEX 10 enables anyone to install and run the Android 10 mobile operating system on a desktop, laptop, or virtual machine.
While virtual machines suffer from loss of video performance and color distortion, Arne Exton says the newly compiled Android-x86 64 system can be installed and run on almost all newer laptops and some desktops.
Laptops such as Acer Aspire, HP, Samsung, Dell, Toshiba, Lenovo, ThinkPad, Fujitsu, Panasonic and Asus can also run AndEX 10 in VirtualBox or VMWare virtual machines.
AndEX 10 not only brings the latest Android 10 experience, it also pre-installs a number of apps, including Aptoide App Manager, Spotify, F-Droid, Angry Birds, and GAPPS.
Users have access to standard Google apps, as well as services such as the Google Play Store and YouTube.
Best of all, AndEX 10 provides excellent audio and video performance.
Unfortunately, AndEX 10 is not white. Friends who want to experience must pay the developer $9 for a hard-earned fee.
The good news is that you can easily install AndEX 10 on disk drives along with installed GNU/Linux distributions.