Remix OS 2.0 has officailly leaked.
Hype thrusters activate.
If you don't know. Remix OS 2.0 is a modified Android OS meant to run on PCs and Laptops.
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>Remix OS 2.0 is a modified Android OS meant to run on PCs and Laptops.
>modified Android OS meant to run on PCs and Laptops
ah yes you're that type of retard.
Good luck with your broken chinese botnet then.
Okay, so VM does not work but it works on a T420. So far, the touchpad support is awful, it feels to fast but also sluggish. Testing more now.
APKs work, the game even runs smoothly but the fan starts spinning really fast, so it gets hot really fast
It seems that no Google Services work for now, Youtube videos cannot be played.
Also what is really annoying is the fact that you have no feedback about your cursor. When you move your mouse over a link in Chrome for example you do not know if it is clickable or not because the cursor icon does not change.
The windows support snapping to the left and right, just like Windows 7 does.
Also there is no battery indicator, so I have no clue when this thing will shutdown.
Wifi works. Bluetooth too I guess, my Z3 can find it but I will not pair it now. The button is for memory cleanup lol.
The webcam works, I can take pictures and videos. Screen brightness is very buggy when using the keyboard (flickers). FN keys do not seem to work.
Not >>52332637 , but does it work with AMD processors? I tried to boot the OS on my 1055t CPU, but it just gets stuck at that blinking underscore. Guess i must wait for official release.
Good luck with your command line, shit package managers and broken dependencies. Linux/gnu doesn't work.
OK i will take the bait.
All you programs are shiped with dependences .dll so they are using useless space.
And there is anonther more importand thing for exaple there was bug in libpng, so all your programs are buged, and there is no way to easy uprage the library, like in linux apt-get update.
>have to install 300 other dependencies for the program
Better than Windows where 90% of the time the program has all the dependencies bundled whether or not you need them. You may like wasting bandwidth and storage space, but I don't.
>But having the dependencies bundled means everything just werks.
Package managers also just werk. The difference is that they just werk in an efficient, secure, and convenient manner.
Actually, due to the dependencies being fetched separately, I've run into instances where a dependency updates to a version that is incompatible with the desired program, causing the desired program to not work.
>I've run into instances where a dependency updates to a version that is incompatible with the desired program, causing the desired program to not work.
You get the same thing on Windows. The difference is that package managers offer a streamlined way to resolve dependency problems. You will run into problems either way, but without a package manager they're much harder to solve.
And that is the fault of the repos, not the package manager. Dependency problems are frequent on, say, Arch, but will almost never happen on Debian Stable.
No, thanks. These problems are rare. If the price for the performance, security, and convenience of a package manager is a few hypothetical dependency problems, that's fine by me.
You get dependency problems on every OS. Package managers have the potential to cause dependency problems. However, they empirically do not cause very many.
Got it working on a Dell XPS15 l502x, although only guest mode seems to be working for now. Trackpad is way too sensitive to be used however but luckily you can change sensitivity in the settings menu.