I usually use my laptop as a CPU. I put it aside and it is connected to a screen via a VGA cable. Recently, I installed Phoenix OS in my laptop, but nothing was displayed on my secondary monitor. In windows 10, I only have to press "Windows + P" to see split screen option, but in this OS I couldn't find such settings.

How to get that setting?


replace with this command on grub.cfg (if dual boot with win10 then search how to edit grub.cfg on windows 10)

menuentry 'Phoenix OS--ext display' --class android-x86 {
    insmod part_gpt
    insmod fat
    search --file --set=root /EFI/PhoenixOS/kernel
    linux /EFI/PhoenixOS/kernel quiet root=/dev/ram0 androidboot.hardware=android_x86 SRC=/PhoenixOS vga=788 video=1920x1080 video=eDP-1:d
    initrd /EFI/PhoenixOS/initrd.img


where 1920x1080 is my secondary display resolution and eDP is my laptop screen where -1 disable it in your case it may be LVDS-1:d try to add both

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    Just assign a drive letter to your boot drive using disk manager or any other free partition wizard software. and navigate with windows Explorer.and remove drive letter after all done (use explorer ++) – user282548 Dec 21 '18 at 11:00

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