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    Default Intel Delivers Innovations Atop Google's Android

    Phoronix: Intel Delivers Innovations Atop Google's Android

    Intel has released their own spin of Google's Android operating system with some features not yet found in the upstream open-source Android project...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTMyNTM

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    This raises a question: do Android smartphones based on Intel chips really use gcc everywhere or is icc used in some places?

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    Watch it not work on AMD hardware.

    Oh for FUCK SAKE. UEFI ONLY???!?!?!? ASSHOLES!

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    Quote Originally Posted by droidhacker View Post
    Watch it not work on AMD hardware.

    Oh for FUCK SAKE. UEFI ONLY???!?!?!? ASSHOLES!
    http://www.android-x86.org/

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    "excluding the except Samsung XE700"

    It seems today is my day to be a proofreader.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Awesomeness View Post
    ^^^^ made in China, with the typical China quality thing going, including "hardware" acceleration that performs suspiciously like software.

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    Quote Originally Posted by willmore View Post
    "excluding the except Samsung XE700"

    It seems today is my day to be a proofreader.
    Link to the page where you saw that?

    thanks,
    Matt, Intel Corp.

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    I'm a Linux user and how true it is? can somebody give me a link on how to install it? does anyone of you here tried it already?

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    Quote Originally Posted by intelmatt View Post
    Link to the page where you saw that?

    thanks,
    Matt, Intel Corp.
    It's in the Phoronix article, not the Intel websites

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    Quote Originally Posted by lam23 View Post
    I'm a Linux user and how true it is? can somebody give me a link on how to install it? does anyone of you here tried it already?
    Intel long time ago realized that Google support ARM (only). So if they want to sell their chips to Android OEM's they must add support for x86 themselfs.

    Work is going on for a while. Its true, it work (and you can even buy some Android phones powered by x86 made by Intel).

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