Remix OS 3.0 PC 64-Bit/32-Bit Official links & Guide


A PC customized android based operating system. This guide is dedicated to installing REMIX Os on your hard drive and dual boot with Windows. Here are guide to install Remix OS 32-bit and 64-bit. Now based on Android marshmallow, more stunning.

So your old computer can run android based operating systems such as “Remix OS” as well as other operating systems for computers. REMIX OS can be run on desktops computer as well as laptops and supports both 32 and 64-bit architecture.

Remix OS is mentioned in these articles.

The new Remix OS 3.0 version is based on Android Marshmallow, below is a summary and instructions to install  both 32-bit and 64-bit variants.

Remix OS 3.0 for 64-bit

Remix OS

[Guide] Installing Remix OS 64-bit Dual boot with Windows, USB boot.

Remix OS 3.0 for 32-bit

Remix OS

[Guide] Installing Remix OS 32-bit Dual boot with Windows, USB boot.

The Remix OS project seems to be discontinued, the last version is based on Android marshmallow, make no mistake and install other android os on your computer.

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    1. @liam yeah you can make Bootable USB, but I can sense here you meant like a persistence os on USB, so it can save sessions. Yeah it’s possible.

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