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Could Android go on PC?

As Android is based on a (modified) Linux kernel, it can run within a container on a fairly standard Linux distribution such as Fedora or Ubuntu. A working example of this is Waydroid which, to quote ...
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Could Android go on PC?

What's "a PC" or "the PC ecosystem"? If a PC is a device with a CPU, RAM, storage, a screen, and input methods, then there are plenty of tablets which fit the bill. They really are ...
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Could Android go on PC?

Oh, this question brings me back. I remember owning a netbook (Remember those?) more than a decade ago that ran a custom Android distribution on an x86 chipset. From what I remember it was awful, ...
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Could Android go on PC?

Other answers explain well the most known Android-on-x86 projects. I think it fails in the reason, why it has not a bigger penetration. Android uses a Linux kernel and everything works on Android PC-s ...
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Could Android go on PC?

There have been several distributions of Android for x86 PC hardware. None of them have achieved a lot of market share. They include: android-x86 Remix OS Bliss OS Project Celadon Emteria provide it ...
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