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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by PMiner, Jul 18, 2016.

  1. PMiner

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    Hello everyone! I have an acer switch 10, with Android x86. however, it doesn't have optimal performance. I was hoping I could get all the bugs ironed out.
    The first issue, is there is no sound. This is a minor issue, compared to the fact that almost every time I rotate the screen, Android crashes, and after it restarts, there is no WiFi. I would like to fix these issues before I continue getting the perfect device.
     

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    To fix the issues, I think you'd have to find the appropriate drivers for the particular hardware in this tablet, like the sound, WiFi and orientation sensor, and then incorporate and build/compile an appropriate ROM from the Android-x86 source code. Can you do ROM development?

    This device usually comes with Windows?

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    Just a thought, you could have a look at Phoenix OS, which @Bg260 is working on.. :thumbsupdroid:
    http://androidforums.com/threads/android-on-your-computer-today.1051191/
     
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    Yes, it comes with windows.
     
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    Remix OS looks a lot like Phoenix OS. Is Phoenix OS supposed to be more hardware compatible?

    Edit: this looks a little too hard for me. Thanks for the support, but think I'll stick with windows.
     
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