Remix OS for PC Beta Release Announced

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Jide Technology today announced the availability of beta version of the Remix OS for PC. Remix OS is a productivity-oriented version of Android that can run on your old Windows PCs as well. Users can download and install onto the majority of Intel/AMD-powered machines.

The new Beta version has a substantial number of bug fixes and an increase in device compatibility, as well as over-the-air (OTA) updates, 32-bit system support and dual boot support through a new hard drive installer tool. The new release will be publically available to download from the Jide website on March 1st.

Summary of change log from Alpha to Beta:

  • Over 50 major bugs fixed
  • UEFI support added
  • 32-bit support added alongside 64-bit
  • Hard drive installer for dual boot now available
  • OTA update support

Google Play Services and the Play Store will not currently be pre-installed on Remix OS as Google takes the time they need to test the new operating environment.

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