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Is it possible to run Android on PC? Is it?

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Despite that it's worth discussing whether Android can be called a Linux distribution or not, you can find several working Androids for desktop platforms:

  • Im talking about native Android vannila, no modifactions just android itself – Matas Vault Sep 14 '17 at 17:57
  • And I think Android is most "linuxish" than Fedora or Arch because it only uses Linux kernel itself, no GNU/X11 etc – Matas Vault Sep 14 '17 at 17:58
  • Android does not use the standard Linux kernel. See the linked article. – Timo Schwarzer Sep 14 '17 at 20:17
  • Its still Linux kernel – Matas Vault Sep 15 '17 at 9:19
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i would have to say yes as i have a linux android distro i have played with a few time i made a live bootable usb stick with lili i am not sure where i origanelly downloaded the ISO but i have had it boot fine a few times and also after some playing in the shell when it has not loaded properly other times not sure if its something from the creation of the usb or the different computers i have used it on. sorry i cant help more then that (is there a reason you cant just run knox to emulate)

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