Re: Android on windows 8 dell xps 12 convetible
the first link is android-x86.org's initial release of Android Jelly
the second is simply a build of their latest release as it is still an
ongoing development by them...
glad it worked for you...I'm sure within the next couple months they
will be releasing newer
iso's with more features.......
On Jan 26, 8:10 pm, Trey Allen <trey.al...@...> wrote:
> Thanks, dscm! The second link worked for me. The ISO in the first link you
> provided for some reason wouldn't display any video, no matter what grub
> options I added.
> The "PREVIEW" ISO from tabletsx86.org works flawlessly, though! Booted with
> just the 'default' grub entry, with no modifications and everything seems
> to work perfectly out-of-the-box! Wifi works .. touch screen works .. seems
> to be deplaying 1920x1080 natively. Beautiful! Thanks so much!
> On Saturday, January 26, 2013 5:16:55 PM UTC-6, dscm wrote:
> > have you tried the latest release??? here:
> > also the preview release here:
> > http://www.tabletsx86.org/android-x86-builds.htm
> > On Jan 26, 4:56 pm, Trey Allen <trey.al...@...> wrote:
> > > Using the Duo image..
> > > I played around a bit more and was able to get past the black-screen
> > boot
> > > by adding "nomodeset" to the GRUB entry, but since there's no way inside
> > > the Android-x86 OS to change the resolution, this doesn't help much.
> > I've
> > > been unsuccessful at finding a Versa VGA mode that will let you run
> > > 1920x1080 .. I tried "vga=ask", and have tried that resolution at all
> > > different color depths, but nothing works.
> > > Additionally, even when you can get Android to finish booting and
> > display
> > > anything at all, I've noticed a few other problems:
> > > 1. The touch screen doesn't seem to work at all
> > > 2. There seem to be issues with the accelerometer being read properly,
> > as
> > > the display is constantly rotating unless you've got your laptop sitting
> > on
> > > a table. If you can manage to make it to the display settings, you can
> > turn
> > > off rotation, which fixes that issue ..
> > > 3. No wifi .. doesn't work at all
> > > I assume all of these issues are due to hardware/driver differences
> > between
> > > the XPS12 and the Duo, but I'm afraid I don't have the Linux-fu to be
> > able
> > > to figure out how to build an Android image with the necessary drivers
> > for
> > > the XPS12. If someone could help me walk through the process or point me
> > at
> > > a good tutorial for how to do this, I'm confident I can figure it out
> > and
> > > would be happy to bash my head against it some more and hopefully put
> > > something together.
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