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Andriod Emulator: Remix OS and $40 off Remix mini

SangcheolK 3 42 September 16, 2016 at 06:32 PM in Tech & Electronics (4)
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Last Edited by SangcheolK September 16, 2016 at 06:59 PM
There is a new FREE android emulator called Remix OS.
I have downloaded it myself and it's pretty awesome, although the mouse movement can be a bit slow (and the touch isn't perfect either).

However, I downloaded this instead of Bluestacks because I don't have to constantly download some random apps to keep using the emulator AND it is said to run multiple games and other programs at once (I have not yet to try it myself, but I will soon enough)!

MOREOVER, you get $40 off Remix mini if you sign up for their newsletter or download Remix OX.

Original Price of Remix Mini: $89.99
After coupon: $49.99


http://www.jide.com/remixos-player

I hope you guys have fun with this new android emulator Smilie
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Funny I was just looking for one just now. Thanks!
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Try Leapdroid, I've tried them all and it's by far the fastest. It's also free.
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Try Leapdroid, I've tried them all and it's by far the fastest. It's also free.
Sweet! I will try both of them out and see which one is better. So far, I can't seem to download a game I want to play with Remix OS.

Can you run multiple apps like Remix OS says it can do? It's not a big deal, but it will be cool to run multiple apps simultaneously.
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Last edited by SangcheolK September 16, 2016 at 06:49 PM
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i think it's called remix os.
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is the mini worth the $50 ? is it more powerful than a tablet or fire tv? is it android 6.0+ where we can use sdcard to share the app space? (16GB is not gonna cut it)

nevermind on the mini. its $55 @ Amazon. no need to jump right now. Amazon reviews are meh.
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Last edited by deshwasi September 16, 2016 at 07:01 PM
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These android emulators are a dime a dozen. I've tried at least 6 if them so far. I like Nox the best I think.
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is the mini worth the $50 ? is it more powerful than a tablet or fire tv? is it android 6.0+ where we can use sdcard to share the app space? (16GB is not gonna cut it)

nevermind on the mini. its $55 @ Amazon. no need to jump right now. Amazon reviews are meh.
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Quote from SangcheolK View Post :
However, I downloaded this instead of Bluestacks because I don't have to constantly download some random apps to keep using the emulator
Bluestacks was only 99 cents around Christmas time for a year of premium, where you do not have to download anything.
http://slickdeals.net/e/8405211-bluestacks-premium-12-months-membership-0-99?v=1&src=SiteSearch
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Quote from SangcheolK View Post :
Sweet! I will try both of them out and see which one is better. So far, I can't seem to download a game I want to play with Remix OS.

Can you run multiple apps like Remix OS says it can do? It's not a big deal, but it will be cool to run multiple apps simultaneously.
Not sure about multi-window, but you can use Leapdroid to launch multiple instances which act as separate devices. It's pretty slick.
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This is basically a live version of the Remix OS i think. I have Remix OS 3.0 running on my laptop (i7-3635qm/8gb/1tb) and it works quite well with every game/app I've tried, except Android x86 doesn't support audio over HDMI yet. Not sure if this Player version resolves that.

Also, it does support multi-window.
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The performance will be equal to BLU R1 HD.
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remix OS player seems emulator version of remix OS. Remix OS is native Android OS.
there's another similar one called Phoenix x86, it makes your windows PC multi boot to Android or original windows.
both of them support multiple windows, mouse copy/paste operations like windows OS.
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Last edited by min68 September 17, 2016 at 01:37 AM
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Try Leapdroid, I've tried them all and it's by far the fastest. It's also free.
Better than ami-duos?

is there a stand alone android os that i can load in my old notebook? I've tried android x86 in the past but it didn't work well.
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Last edited by guest2011 September 17, 2016 at 05:55 AM
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Does any of these emulators allow for front and rear camera use? My app requires camera use.
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