Tag Archives: Remix OS

Jide and Remix OS Are Getting Serious with New Hardware

Jide’s Remix OS, the open-source version of Android that’s been reconfigured into a desktop-style operating system (and which I’ve written about at the Dark Android Project before), seems to be on a real roll, as late. While it has generally released rather underwhelming hardware to accompany Remix OS, Jide has also done right by releasing Remix OS for PC’s, much

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JIDE Forced to Remove Google Play Store from Remix OS

My personal desires at the Dark Android Project for a serious Android desktop option is not anything new. The closest this has come to reality is with the company JIDE’s very own Remix OS, which pulls off all manner of desktop staples with Android, including multi-window support, uniform keyboard and mouse controls across apps, and app resizing, just to name

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Dark Android Desktop Problem Solved: Remix OS Coming To All Intel-based Devices

Oh man. If you had any idea how long I have waited for this day. One of the things I’ve been hoping for at the Dark Android Project was for Android to have the possibility to be used as a desktop/laptop OS. And in a recent blog post I wrote about Remix OS, we saw serious potential for that to

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Remix 2.0: The Android Desktop is Real

In recent weeks at the Dark Android Project, amidst a barrage of rumors, I talked about the supposedly coming “Google OS”, which may be (key phrase, “may be”) a desktop-centric version of Android for laptops and actual desktop devices. Not that desktops/laptops trying to run Android are anything new, HP and Acer have both tried with seemingly little success. Maybe it

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