After windows having Linux and also running android apps soon, is it possible that we at Linux can do 10x times or 100x time than what Windows can ever achieve and how
Is there some project which stats android will be supported in linux
Other than Anbox,
(I want something which is native to linux)
because they only support x86 arch and not regular apps
Thanks in advance
Its not what your looking for but there’s fydeos. It’s a chromium fork that runs android and Linux as well.
I dont want to leave Manjaro, I want something within
no, lack of funding, lack of programmers, etc…
Hello have u tried android x86(https://www.android-x86.org/)? You can run it on virtualbox. It is true that it only supports x86 apps but many apps have x86 apks. Check at https://apkmirror.com(You can trust this site). Also you can get genymotion from aur. Just create an account and chosse free for personal use. Its an android emulator based on android-x86
Both android x86 and Genymotion slows down my potato pc
I stop in between app installation process
I have tried it.
Android x86 and Genymotion are resource based and also android studio
I was a windows user and I know how my PC copes up with bluestack
They are no where near
But thanks for the idea
You’re using KDE which is quite heavy and on top of that using a VM. If you have a potato PC use xfce. Install androidx86 to your disk as its much faster than VM.Pls share the spec of your PC.
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As per your saying can I work and operate android together
I want when someone comes to check on me will alt+tab save me
If you have an ARM notebook and run Manjaro-ARM, will it be easier to run Android apps?
Its possible. But who going to invest in it? VFIO/KVM improved because it has enterprise benefits. Sadly linux development mostly focused on enterprises.
have you heard of waydroid? It’s an Anbox fork.
I was reading the above mentioned article and I found
The main catch right now is that there’s no emulation layer in WayDroid, so x86 devices (like most PCs) can only run x86 binaries, and ARM64 devices (most phones and tablets) can only run ARM64 binaries. This is similar to how the Wine compatibility layer works — even though Wine is available for Android, it can’t run most Windows software on most Android devices, since phones are typically ARM and most Windows software is x86-only. The developer is hoping to implement emulation in the future by using components from the Android subsystem for Windows 11.
That is also a problem because some social media apps only allow arm to do something specific task (talking about social media sites like insta and so on)
But thank you for your inputs
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