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On Apr 5, 2012 9:46 AM, 'NoiZe' wrote: Hi, I would like to see how the latest version of android x86 works on my samsung q1 ultra. I saw some old posts of people installing it, but I don't know which build I need to install. There are build for many devices.

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Which one is the best for me? I'll find one with all the drivers preinstalled, or I need to start with a generic one and install everything manually? Thanks NoiZeHi, I did the original Q1U port. I've been preping to start on ICS, but I've been really busy. I have sources synced and a few local changes. I will try to get something going this weekend. On Apr 5, 2012 9:46 AM, 'NoiZe' >wrote: Hi, I would like to see how the latest version of android x86 works on my samsung q1 ultra.

I saw some old posts of people installing it, but I don't know which build I need to install. There are build for many devices. Which one is the best for me? I'll find one with all the drivers preinstalled, or I need to start with a generic one and install everything manually? Thanks NoiZeHi, I did the original Q1U port.

I've been preping to start on ICS, but I've been really busy. I have sources synced and a few local changes. I will try to get something going this weekend. You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups 'Android-x86' group.

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I spent a year trying to get more info about the Q1U (as there are multiple models, and not all are the same) from others asking for support, and when I give up is when people start asking about status and ETAs. How convenient. Just like android-porting on mainstream mobile devices; the devices supported by android-x86 depends on the devices the developers have at their disposal and the time those developers have to do the work to support that device. I happen at May 23, 2013 at 5:16 am.

On Wednesday, May 22, 2013 8:53:23 PM UTC-7, n1nj4Lo wrote: Which weekend were you talking about?I love these kinds of responses. I spent a year trying to get more info about the Q1U (as there are multiple models, and not all are the same) from others asking for support, and when I give up is when people start asking about status and ETAs. How convenient. Just like android-porting on mainstream mobile devices; the devices supported by android-x86 depends on the devices the developers have at their disposal and the time those developers have to do the work to support that device. I happen to still have my device, I just don't have any time to even look at that thing. The effort I'd put in to making android-x86 ICS/JB on this device, I can spend my time getting a few more contracts so I can pay my bills.