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as for now android R (11) x86_64 supports arm application , just tested it and it works , but there is no way to root it , if you look for testing applications will be for nothing


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Peace be with you! I have tried a lot search on Google and then at last I successfully done it. Now I tell you how to do it. Let's begin! 1)Open the terminal 2)Give following commands su mkdir /mnt/windows ntfs-3g /dev/block/sdax mnt/windows Note: x is the number of your drive which can be 1,2 or 3 etc. 3)Now open File manager named Super File Manager. ...


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I was snore able to fix this by opening a third-party app that had an "invert colors" toggle. Flipping that on/off restored default colors across Android. Vey strange.


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