In the forum, Running android on X41 tablet was discussed several times. however, these posts are a little outdated.
is there anyone who has installed a recent version (more than 4.0) of android or Phoenix OS. Unfortunately, I found that Remix OS was discontinued.
I was very impressed with these two videos:
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Thank you.axur-delmeria wrote: ↑Tue Dec 05, 2017 11:38 amYou could try Android x86. It appears that it has a live ISO image (burn to DVD or use rufus to create live USB), so you can test it without needing to install it on the hard drive. Current stable version is based on Marshmallow, with Release Candidate builds for Nougat.
Main problem is lack of SSE3 instructions of our Pentium M CPU. There is some kitkat experimental build but without SSE3 You can't install gapps, so device with this 4.4.4 is useless.
X41Tablet with 2GB RAM, Pentium M 1.5GHz, mSATA mod with 64GB SSD, Bsel_0 mod
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