I'm trying to install Android-x86 on USB for my new HP laptop. I have followed the instructions on Android-x86.org. My issue is that after the initial install, it never boots again, it just gets stuck on the Android logo.
I have seen a few posts such as this answer:
when you change the internal frame where the UEFI firmware settings to the EFI framework setting change the boot order you have to make a small partition for grub go back and change it back otherwise it won't boot the second time
but unsure of how to do this.
I have also seen this answer:
- In boot menu select
Installation - Install Android-x86 to harddisk
Choose Partitionmenu select
Do you want to use GPTquestion select
cfdiskprogram will open
Primaryas partition type, set size to
100MB and select Beginning
- Select bootable. Now the
Flagscolumn should say
Bootfor the new partition
- Select the free space and select
Primaryas partition type, leave size as default to fill the remaining free space
yesand press Enter
but I'm stuck in the fact when I click on create/modify on this, I get
cfdisk, and it's not as easy to use. I don't know why this is happening. Before I realised what to do, I was accessing
cfdisk, but now it's only
I have purchased 4 premium USB sticks just in case the issue was due to a bad USB, but it's not the case and I'm just so frustrated.
Any help at all would really be appreciated.