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18th March 2020, 06:44 PM |#4131  
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Prime os dead
Yes i am from pakistan and i love your hard work on prime os please release its new versions and keep updating it add vulkan support or at least update kernel and open gl and mesa stuff [i am new to this] me and my many friends use prime os for more than a year but it doesnt have proper wifi support but on phoenix os darkmatter its secondry and 4th kernal had proper wifi support for all wifi chipsets please release new updates. Its a request From pakistan

Love you BTW .

Or u can teach me i am curious to learn this.

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Yes i am from pakistan and i love your hard work on prime os please release its new versions and keep updating it add vulkan support or at least update kernel and open gl and mesa stuff [i am new to this] me and my many friends use prime os for more than a year but it doesnt have proper wifi support but on phoenix os darkmatter its secondry and 4th kernal had proper wifi support for all wifi chipsets please release new updates. Its a request From pakistan

Love you BTW .

Or u can teach me i am curious to learn this. If u cannot continue this than i want to continue this yes i am total noob and once you were too.
19th March 2020, 04:12 PM |#4132  
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PrimeOS is dead for sure. It was so promising.

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20th March 2020, 05:22 PM |#4133  
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20th March 2020, 06:43 PM |#4134  
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can i disable the trackpad?
22nd March 2020, 10:15 PM |#4135  
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where is the 32-bit
where is the 32-bit





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Originally Posted by TeamPrimeOS


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Team PrimeOS is pleased to present you
PrimeOS: Android For Laptop/PCs


PrimeOS is an Android-x86 based OS which provides desktop experience on any x86 based device providing user top of the line features like multi-window, taskbar and deca-pro key mapper for gamers.


Warning: PrimeOS is a free to use software in it's beta version and is constantly under development. We are not responsible for any kind of damage, data loss or anything else that happens to you or your device due to PrimeOS. Please feel free to report bugs and other suggestions, we will consider them if they seem important for many users.

Feature Highlights
Desktop Experience
  • Multiple features to give desktop experience like start menu, taskbar etc.
  • Multi-window support with maximize, minimize, close, resize etc.
  • Option to disable multi-window for any app in case you need.
  • General keyboard shortcuts like alt + tab, alt + f4, win + d etc.
  • Close to AOSP experience with only necessary desktop features.
  • Taskbar with ability to pin apps, show notification and system icons.
Android Gaming
  • Decapro key mapping tool to play games with keyboard and mouse (Press F10).
  • Pre mapped some popular games like PUBG, Freefire, Subway surf etc.
  • PrimeOS Gaming Centre available to browse recommended games.
Others
  • Opengapps included, no need to install them manually.
  • Feedback app is available for you guys to share your thoughts.
  • OTA support is available in settings -> about device
  • Up-streamed kernel to Linux 4.19.x / 4.14.x.

Note: Use PrimeOS installer exe program for installing in windows systems. Download link is below. For non-windows systems ,you can download our iso image and follow the steps below to install PrimeOS.

USB stick / Flash Drive guide:
  1. For this method, you need Etcher / Rufus, PrimeOS iso file. We recommend you to use a decent speed USB drive (8GB or larger).
  2. For flashing PrimeOS to the USB drive, plug in your USB drive and launch Etcher / Rufus. Now select PrimeOS iso file, create the bootable USB.
  3. Note: Be careful with the steps below and backup your data if you're not sure about what you are doing.
  4. For installing PrimeOS on your HDD/SSD/SDcard, first create a new partition for PrimeOS ( suggested minimum size is 16GB ).
  5. Turn off secure boot of your device and then boot up the PrimeOS USB by pressing Esc or F12, depending on your bios menu key and selecting the PrimeOS USB to boot from.
  6. Select the ‘Install PrimeOS option from GRUB menu.
  7. The installer will load, and you will have an option to choose which partition you created earlier. Choose it, and select Ext4 for formatting the drive.
  8. When it asks if you want to install Grub, select YES.
  9. When finished, the installer will then ask if you want to run PrimeOS, you can just reboot here, and make sure you remove the USB drive.

Do you already have PrimeOS and want to update manually ? Read post #2851

Known Bugs:
  • Hardware specific bugs like trackpad, sound, wifi may come on few devices
  • Please share bugs or suggestions if you have any, we will try to fix them
This wouldn't have been possible without Android-x86 project, please thank them before us.
Kernel source: github

Other information:
Base android version - Nougat 7.1.2
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Please read this post before deciding if you have to install mainline, standard or classic.

PrimeOS Mainline (For newest systems) -
PrimeOS iso
PrimeOS exe

Base kernel - Linux 4.19.x
PrimeOS Standard (For newer systems) -
PrimeOS iso
PrimeOS exe

Base kernel - Linux 4.14.x
PrimeOS Classic (For older systems) -
PrimeOS iso
PrimeOS exe

Base kernel - Linux 4.14.x
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22nd March 2020, 11:39 PM |#4136  
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Originally Posted by IzzatJaradat

please add pre-mapping as a smart keys worked with PUBG. I only using the emulator for pubg. also I observed the mouse movements and sensitivity its bad although I decreased the sensitivity on emulator and inside the game to the lowest, bust still mouse when you turn round like 360 degree it stuck and took you to another side, this cause losing the game .

Let me ask you a question, how did you make key mapping work? Do you know if Call of Dutty also works with Prime OS?
I'm using Bliss OS, the system is great, but I can't get the key mapping to work.
23rd March 2020, 07:54 AM |#4137  
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I am stuck at-

Detecting PrimeOS ... found at /dev/sda8

PrimeOS_

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I set the partition size to 32 GB. My laptop runs on Intel core i5 with 8 GB RAM. I tried forced shut down by holding the power button for 6 sec. Than I turn it on and again after some codes, this appears. I am not an expert of this
23rd March 2020, 03:48 PM |#4138  
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hello
i downloaded primeos, get to work next win 10, boot with grub2win, easy.
but primeos don`t see the free space to download en instal any games or other aps.
i have reserved 50 gb of my disk but it only see the total disk,.
what can i do????
26th March 2020, 10:31 AM |#4139  
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Install driver of Wi-Fi
I install prime os classic but my Wi-Fi adapter not Working so please help me
How to install Wi-Fi driver in prime os
26th March 2020, 11:00 AM |#4140  
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Hello, is it possible to change the launcher? I've tried the same way I do it in other roms but it seems that this one works differently.
27th March 2020, 08:54 AM |#4141  
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Kernel classic for 32 bit
I tried to install in my asus aspire one with atom processor.
I used classic version
when I start to install from USB pendrive the following message appears:"This kernel requires an x86-64 CPU, but only detected an i686 CPU.
Unable to boot - please use a kernel appropriate for your CPU"

Any suggestion to solve?
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