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Android-x86 Open Source Project founder joins Jide Technology

Chih-Wei Huang, Android-x86 Open Source Project creator and accomplished developer, has officially joined the Jide Technology team as the x86 Technology Lead. Possessing a wealth of experience as the originator of the Android-x86 Open Source Project that ports Android to PC desktops, Huang will be a key member in further developing Remix OS.

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Can you tell me a bit about your background and highlight the accomplishments you’re most proud of before joining Jide Technology?

First of all, I’m a self confessed computer geek. Programming is what I do and it’s what I’d continue to do, even if I didn’t get paid for it.

I was the CTO of Citron Network, a former VOIP operator in Taiwan and my proudest achievement coming out of that was the GNU Gatekeeper project; a free, open source VOIP gatekeeper. This project is alive today and still being used by some companies.

I worked at ASUS for quite a few years and one of the projects that I worked on was the Eee PC line, that worked on developing Android on Intel x86 boards. This lead on to my work on the Android-x86 Open Source Project (Android-x86 OSP).

The Android-x86 OSP is my proudest accomplishment to date and it’s really how I found out about Jide Technology and Remix OS in the first place.

How did you find out about Jide and Remix OS?

In early 2015, a community member of the Android-x86 OSP asked in our forums if I knew of Remix OS and whether or not we could port what they did into our project. I started keeping tabs on the project, and then in mid-2015, had the opportunity to connect with the team. Through working on a project together, I got to know the team pretty well.

Why did you decide to join the team?

Well, around October 2015, Jide Technology’s CEO, Jeremy Chau reached out to me and asked if I wanted to work together on supporting Remix OS on Android-x86 OSP. Speaking to Jeremy, I knew that we shared a vision for the future Android belonging on the desktop, and I was excited to find a way to make this happen.

Just as Linus Torvalds, founder of Linux, had mentioned before, Linux was started as a desktop OS, but it’s also the only area that Linux hasn’t completely taken over. It’s also why I kept working on the Android-x86 OSP, and I believe Remix OS is the best chance for Linux to still break into the desktop market.

As Mr. Torvalds has also talked about, the only way to desktop adoption is through pre-installations and working with the OEM brands of the world. Expecting end users to flash another OS onto their laptops and desktops is not sustainable. No one buying a computer is looking to actively flash a new OS onto their device. In fact, for most people, they don’t know or care to know the OS running in their computer. They just want to know that they can do what they need to do on their computer.

I believe users are leaving Windows or are at least open to other options. I’m excited that working on Remix OS provides a Linux based option to these users.

How does working at Jide compare to the previous companies and projects you’ve worked on?

Jide, being a comparatively smaller company, has been bold and nimble as it continues to innovate, and invests in R&D. But among the smaller companies, I would say Jide has been able to keep more in tune with our user community. At Jide, we actually iterate and develop products, both software and hardware, based on the feedback we get from our user community. That’s different and refreshing.


The Next Evolution of Android PC.

Built on the Android-x86 project, Remix OS for PC unlocks our next phase of development for Remix OS and introduces a whole new range of versatility to how and where you can Remix. Learn more about Android-x86 >

Old dog, new tricks.

Who said you can't teach an old dog new tricks? Remix OS for PC allows you to experience Remix OS on a vast array of existing Intel-based PCs already out in the world (including even some Macs).

What you can do on your device is invariably the most important part of any computing experience. By revitalizing your seasoned hardware with Remix OS for PC, breathe new life into it with over 1.6 million Android apps. Whether it's for work at school or in the office, watching a TV show or playing your favorite games, Android's rich app ecosystem always has something for exactly what you need and want to do.

Play nice with others.

Setup is simple and safe for your compatible PCs. Once you've completed the installation, you can boot up your PC using either Remix OS or whatever OS was natively installed on your machine. We're hoping you'll choose the former more often than the latter, but as mom always said “sharing is caring.”

Experience unparalleled performance.

We've benchmarked Remix OS' performance using Remix OS for PC against some of the best Android hardware in the business. And quite honestly, nothing comes remotely close.

  • Remix OS for PC ( Processor: Intel Core i7 4790 Quad-Core ) : 214218

  • Samsung GALAXY Note 5 : 83944

  • Samsung GALAXY S6 : 82049

  • Mi Note Pro : 81087

  • One plus : 80090

  • HTC One M9 : 79965

  • Google Nexus 6 : 71588

Remix OS for PC on flashdrive

Redefining PC mobility.

With Remix OS for PC, you can also conveniently house Remix OS on a USB stick. That means you can literally bring your Remix experience wherever you go. With most computers in the world powered by x86 chipsets, you should have no trouble finding the right hardware to run Remix OS.

Remix OS for PC, forget cost down, introducing cost free

Forget cost down, introducing cost free.

We've always embraced the concept of less can be more. With that in mind, Remix OS for PC is free to download, free to install, and free to use. Is there anything else we missed? Oh that's right, the updates are free as well.

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Remix OS. Android re-engineered for PC.

At the core of the Remix OS for PC is our custom engineered version of Android Lollipop - Remix OS 2.0. Our state of the art operating system is the cornerstone of what we do. With its multitude of productivity oriented features combined with over 1.6 million apps, Remix OS seamlessly merges functionality, ease of use, and beauty in amazing ways to give you an unforgettable Android experience.Learn more >

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Remix OS for PC Beta Version


Jul 15th 2016


This is a beta version intended for all early adopters who are excited to experience the latest in Android’s evolution.

Android was designed for touchscreens and as there isn't a touchscreen on most PCs, we want you to be aware the experience with certain apps may be different on your PC than on a mobile device.

Join our Google Group to see what fellow users are talking about or give us your feedback here.


UEFI Boot & Legacy BIOS compatible

MD5: f694cb0aa3da2678582d7cb641deeec4

Size: 851MB


Legacy BIOS only

MD5: 1745eb1a1597468fbe5bf81bce6a29f7

Size: 688MB

Latest release notes

Version Number: 2.0.403

Release Date: 7/15/2016

Package Type: 64-bit version for Legacy BIOS & EFI boot; 32-bit version for Legacy boot

  • Features:
    1. Added keyboard mapping to certain games allowing users to play games with keyboards. (e.g. Vain Glory)
    2. Added more app options to Remix Central.
    3. Now supports mirrored output from DP, HDMI & VGA.
    4. Improved the System bootup time and fix some cases on ANR.
    5. Updated the Remix OS default wallpaper.
    6. Updated the Remix OS boot up animation.
    7. Added “Power is low” warnings.
    8. Improved the video display quality.
    9. Now supports more H265 video formats.
    10. Now supports more ethernet cards.
    11. Now supports more Realtek / Broadcom / MediaTek WiFi cards.
    12. Pre-installed Chrome and Chrome Switcher that allows users to stay on desktop mode.
  • Bugs Fixes:
    1. Improved app compatibility.
    2. Fixed the Y! Mail bug where emails couldn’t be sent out.
    3. Enabled scrolling and right-click on some trackpads.
    4. Improved WiFi instability.
    5. Fixed the problem screen record on Remix OS.
    6. Fixed the disappearance of the task bar.
    7. Now supports more Nvidia Graphic Cards and improved their stability.
    8. Improved the thermal monitoring system to avoid overheating.
    9. Fixed the slowing down of the system when mounting hard disks.
    10. Fixed time inaccuracy on Windows when users switch back from Remix OS.

Instructions to launch Remix OS for PC

Most frequently asked questions


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  • Remix OS for PC - Hard Disk Installation Guide

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