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BirdZhang 27 Aug 18
on vince, not good but at least it works
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Daniele 17 Jun 17
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Jan Sprinz Nov 1
Some further reading on support in :
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TechWithRaj 12 Apr 17
Anbox which stands for ‘Android in a Box’ Lets You Run Android Apps on the Linux Desktop. It is still in pre-alpha state
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Angry CPU 12 Apr 17
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lp 13 Aug 17
Fix the error message:Anbox session manager service isn't running, trying to start it:
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Loïc Minier 11 Apr 17
Mightily impressed by – congrats !
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@siltaer@mamot.fr Oct 15
Touch supports the 2 device. Android applications () are supported via container/emulation :
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Elena Neira 13 Apr 17
Running Android apps natively in a Linux desktop is a step closer to realization with
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Juniya 11 Mar 18
Download For Ubuntu
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Massimo Carofano 27 Jun 17
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Amit Pundir 🐧 25 Apr 17
The attack of the Droid Chamaleon via
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nocomp Jun 2
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Nikhil Bhalwankar 24 Dec 17
will BQ Aquaris E5 HD get support for ?
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TuxPhones Apr 3
Replying to @omgubuntu
I still prefer the approach for performance reasons, but interesting anyway. Only hope they integrate it better with GUIs (e.g. by binding new APK installs with new .desktop files) to make it more intuitive.
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TechNews&Tutorials 23 Apr 17
Running Android applications on GNU/Linux operating systems:
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Phoronix 12 Apr 17
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Ale Vinciguerra 29 Apr 18
Flashed this with . Looking forward to trying on the devel channel!
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Rakara The Guru Dec 11
Run applications on any GNU/ operating system w/
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Martin Chang Sep 24
is already working on the L5's x86 image. It shouldn't take long before people have whatever app running
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