Many people have the desire to run Android on computers, and this is possible thanks to the Android-x86 project, which aims to run Google's system as well as possible on any computer.
Install Android Lollipop on Your Computer
There is a lot of news in this RC, although the system makes mention of 32-bit processors, now Android-x86 can support 64-bit kernels as well, the 5.1 RC version based on the latest version of Android Lollipop and uses the Linux 4.0 kernel.
Other important changes to be found in this release include UEFI support for newer computers, multi-touch support, bluetooth capability, webcam support, wired internet (DHCP only), increased internet card support Wireless and sensor support as well.
OpenGL ES for Video Cards
One big differentiator that you can play some games on Android-x86, OpenGL ES supports Nvidia, AMD Radeaon / RadeonSI hardware, and Intel graphics cards as well, the 5.1 RC version also includes support for installing with FAT 32 file systems. , NTFS, Ext2, Ext3 and Ext4, so you can virtualize the same in VirtualBox, VMWare and QEMU.
On the storage side an important point has been improved, the Android-x86 5.1 Lollipop RC capable of automatically mounting external storage drives like pen drives and memory cards that were formatted in VFAT, NTFS, ExFAT and Ext4. You can also install the system on ARM devices.
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