1. can you provide android-8.1.0_r1 x86_64 iso images

    the version 8.0 is old now, current build is android-8.1.0_r1 from their sources

  2. Hello,

    I tried installing it on vmware player, but it always boots into console mode. Same issue when tried installing the nougat iso.

    1. Their mesa version might be f*cked up and only work on some integrated graphics like Intel i965, i945, i915 (?); they said that the video drivers (and many other) are not done. Android-x86 has became more trouble than it’s worth, with MacOS taking it’s place in virtualization and worth. I run into problems with Android-x86 which was designed to be open source, while now, not too many buildsare even going past the command line “x86_64:/ #”

  3. Indeed, it is an undeniable issue that when android discharges its adaptations, they pass by dessert names and frequently by sequential requests. Beginning its request from the name cupcake, Google has confined to the organization since the dispatch of its first form Android 1.0 during September 2008.

  4. I would like to thank you for sharing this information and video which had helped me a lot. I thought of installing this new build and downloaded it from Assignment Man blog and searching in internet to know the process of installation in that search I came across your article which gave a idea why I should install this beta version in my mobile.

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