We’ve listed everything you need to get started with Phoenix OS.
The all new revised Phoenix OS runs on the almost latest Android 7.1 which is something you won’t get using other android Operating system for PC. Phoenix OS is an android operating system started with x86 machines support but now it supports 64-bit architecture computers as well.
Preparing for the Phoenix OS.
Like any other operating system, download the Phoenix OS build to your computer. Now you can either install it on a USB to plug-and-play the Android operating system. ON the other hand, the installer version of it allows hard drive installation which uses Grub boot loader mechanism to list Phoenix OS along with your current operating system.
Download links: Direct download links to Phoenix OS files for 32-bit and 64-bit computers as well as torrent links.
How to dual boot Phoenix OS: Easily install it to a USB drive or install it on your computer’s hard drive along with Windows operating system.
Brief Review (Screenshots)
Phoenix OS 2.1
Phoenix just did it, the latest version runs on android 7.1, unfortunately, it still comes with some Chinese bloatware and some apps shortcut on the desktop (I tried to remove them but they’ll come eventually). The overall interface is clean and nice efforts to make the taskbar more appealing.
Also, the power options are minimal.
Phoenix OS 1.2
At that time Phoenix OS was a choice of users who wanted to install a Remix OS similar operating system for their 32-bit machines. You can still download this version which is based on Android 5, use this guide to dual boot with Windows.
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