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Questions tagged [x86-processors]

For questions about x86 in the Android context. For questions about Android OS for x86 specifically, use [android-x86] instead.

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Android apps for "armeabi-v7a" and "x86" architecture: SoC vs. Processor vs. ABI

While downloading Android apps, sometimes I have seen apps for armeabi-v7a and x86 architecture. I read some references for armeabi-v7a and x86 architecture. However, at the end, I couldn't finalize ...
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What Percentage of Android Devices Runs on x86 Architecture?

This question might be redundant or a possible duplicate, but I use an NDK library that runs only on ARM devices. Is there a way I could know what percentage of Android devices my app can support ...
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Can't change screen resolution of Android-x86_64 installed in UEFI mode

I previously used vga=ask and vga=<num> in Android-x86 6.0 to set the display resolution in VMWare and now in QEMU/KVM. Now I downloaded and installed Android-x86_64 (CyanogenMod 13), in QEMU, ...
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How can I install flashable zips in Android-x86

I have recently started running Android-x86 version 6.0-RC1 on my iMac, and I am considering making it on of my several daily drivers. There is one major issue however that is casting some doubt: I ...
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How can I enable the dropdown notification bar on lockscreen on the Asus Zenfone 2?

On my old phone (Samsung I9305), I was able to enable the dropdown notification bar while the phone was locked by using this Xposed module. However, it doesn't work on my Zenfone 2. (Running 5.0, ...
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Can I virtualize Windows on an x86 Android device?

I've read this question, and of course, there, the answer was "you can't, because the architecture is different." But that's not necessarily the case anymore. Many Android devices, like mine, now ...
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Compatibility problems with x86 phone?

I have read this and this question and I want to ask for some elaboration. I'm considering buying an x86 phone. I have some questions regarding compatibility issues. I know that the majority of ...
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