By Christopher, April 30, 2013
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Sorry to hear about your loss!
Thanks for all your work and dedication! But with Windows 8 and new and other Android possibilies, it’s just easier to use a tablet than the very heavy 1825. Mine is now collecting dust…
Keep having fun in Malaysia and safe travels back!
I agree Tim, but anyway thanks for your words!
Deserted for you, get my sincere gratitude for this purpose that you brought us, and my best wishes for your the future
thanks for updated your blog, i always waiting your porting…
just suggest from, next post would u share how to rebuild or compile androidx86..
Thanks for post it,thats very helpfull to me, im now trying fix out ,with the mini-pc /IP tv based android ,struggle try on dekstop version old pc pentium 4 , if u in malay , dont forget jump next door in indonesia =))
Thanks for your comment. I am already back in Germany, but I managed to visit Yogya for some days in April. It is a very nice place with super friendly people! I want to visit Indonisia again in the future!
If you are looking for a simple how to build how-to, you will find all that information on the official Android-x86 homepage. Or are you looking for something more special?
Sad to hear these news !
Thanks a lot for bringing this project as far as you did, it’s really come along and is very usable.
I hope your work lives on in some way, extending android to that great versatile laptop that was ahead of its time.
Still rocking my 1825ptz after giving it a SSD and McGyvering a broken hinge back to working state, and with Windows 8 and Android 4 on it I certainly don’t feel left behind !
I wish you the best on all current and future projects.
Thanks for your kind words!
Buenos días Sr. Christopher, le comento que tengo instalado el android x-86 4.04, y funciona muy bien…, sin embargo he encontrado los siguientes inconvenientes descritos a continuación.
1. Problemas con la conexión ethernet, funciona muy bien wifi.
2. Al pasar cierto tiempo sin uso se debe efectuar un reset para re-activar el sistema.
3. En 3 ocasiones se ha bloqueado (pantalla negra, funcionando solo el ratón), posiblemente bugs de video…
4. No he probado el bluetooth..
5. Todo lo demás funciona correctamente (aplicaciones que funcionan al sistema, gapps, whatsapps… otros muy bien..
6. Estas pruebas fueron realizadas en un Acer A0-D255 (la que presentó problemas para instalar el android x-86, y fué a través del grupo android que supe de Ud. y logré obtener el android -x86 que Ud. recomendó para las Acer series 1000.., ahora ud. podrá agregar la Acer serie D255…
Muy agradecido por su información y dedicación.., continúe con su trabajo e información, que yo estaré pendiente de sus nuevos productos en pro a la tecnología.., gracias y feliz día
i know it was quite a while ago for you but i know how much it sux to lose a possesion you spent so much time on and with. its not even the money its the investment of yourself.
i dont know if you have your port still hanging around on you hard drive but if you have the development files you had been working with id like to continue your work. i know the a-x86 work has moved on to a new version but i had a more stable system with your tweaks. id like to incorporate your work into a new version of computers like the one you had. thanks much for your hard work and diligence.
I still have my sources and would be able to provide them. Just the vendor folder is no problem at all, I will try to put this on GitHub soon. But I also changed several things here and there in the Android sources. But extracting the right patches and so on would take hours. Uploading everything would require a lot of space, which I do not have. Are you ok with the vendor folder from my last version?
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