I am working on making Android x86 available to the masses. Specifically PhoenixOS. The Official release is contained within a Window executable: http://www.phoenixos.com/en/download I am not looking to replicate this, however. I have made a rooted .iso of the newest version v1.0.9. I have tried many tools in an attempt to boot and then optionally install from a USB stick. I have had limited success in this endeavor. I have found one that works great. Unfortunately, it is the tool offered by RemixOS. The competition. http://techxat.com/download-remix-os-2-0-usb-tool-installer-windows-mac/ I have found that the Remix USB installation tool is based on the source code for Unetbootin: https://github.com/JideTechnology/remixos-usb-tool Tha only thing I think I would need to change is the RemixOS nomenclature which is present everywhere, it even renames the USB Drive. Is this ethically possible? Possible at all? There is a sort of Open source, Closed source aspect here that I am having a difficult time understanding. Could anybody shed some light? I'm itching to get this out. Thanks.