Phoenix OS is a well-customized PC operating system based on Android. In this guide, learn more about Phoenix OS operating system for both 64-bit and 32-bit variants. The latest version of Phoenix OS is based on Android 7, nougat 🙂 So your old computer can run Android-based operating systems such as “Phoenix OS” as well as other operating systems for computers.
Phoenix OS can run on a desktop computer as well as laptops and supports both 32 and 64-bit architecture. You have two options to install Phoenix OS, first is an installer which installs it to a hard drive, and the second ISO method – make bootable USB drive. In so many ways, it feels and acts like the Remix OS, continuing the project, unlike the developers of jide.
The new Phoenix OS 3.6 is based on Android Nougat, below is a summary of direct and torrent download links of both 32-bit and 64-bit ISO and installer files.
Download Phoenix OS 3.6 for 64-bit
Filename: PhoenixOSInstaller_ v18.104.22.1684_x64.iso
File size: 919M
Compatibility: 32-bit and 64-bit
Release date: 2019, project seems abandoned.
Android version: Android 7.1
Hosted on: Mirror created on Google Drive
These files are directly mirrored using Official ISO, to avoid exceeding download warning. If you find problems downloading, tell us in the comment.
File size: 690MB
Make Phoenix OS bootable USB and dual boot with an existing operating system. If you do not want to go through the USB method, they also offer an installer version of the operating system which is around half a GB in size.
Where you’re sure its something you should have on your computer as a fixed operating system, you can install it on your computer hard drive, follow the below guide for the instructions.
Download Phoenix OS ROC
Phoenix OS ROC is unofficial special edition of the operating system Optimized for gaming purpose. If you use Phoenix OS to play games like Pubg mobile, you better use this special version.
Phoenix OS for 32-bit
Phoenix OS version 2.5.x offer ISO that supports both 32-bit and 64-bit CPU architecture. The links for the 32-bit are the same as the 64-bit version. You’ll see “x86_64” string in the filename. [Android 7.1] is the latest version available for 32-bit architecture computers. It is based on android nougat. An older version is also available to download which is suitable for older computers and specifically run only on 32-bit machines.
This Phoenix OS version is based on Android 5 (codename lollipop)
File URL: http://files.phoenixos.com/os/PhoenixOSInstaller-v22.214.171.1247-x86.iso
With the end of the Remix OS project, the monopoly is Phoenix OS. We’ve seen continuous updates to the operating system which fixes bugs and brings security patches and features. For people seeking to run Android on their single board processor should use an build that has “x86_64” in the filename. Remember any Android OS won’t work flawlessly if your system is equipped with dedicated graphics card. Think it’s n