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By sbaloch, Junior Member on 28th March 2018, 02:32 AM
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Hello all,

I love Bliss OS. Unfortunately, I can't get Android-x86 to boot from my X64 machine. I've researched and tried a number of options but nothing seems to work. I installed it on my single NTFS drive in my laptop busing the Androidx86-Installv26.0003 executable. All seem to go fine. However, when I select the Android entry in UEFI, I get a permanent and repeating "Detecting Android ......" output. Here is some info which may help with troubleshooting.

1. Android in installed on my C:\ drive in a folder called "AndroidOS". The size of the folder is 60.7 GB and holds the following files ...

android.boot - 16 B
data.img - 60.1 GB
initrd.img - 1.3 MB
kernel - 6.4 MB
ramdisk.img - 1.7 MB
system.sfs - 690 MB

2. The EFI entry for AndroidOS in my system partition is ....

Description:Android-OS
GPT partition GUID:{0001208F-8310-EE75-9BD4-D73B1E410200}
Partition number:2
Partition starting sector:999804928
Partition ending sector:1000214527
File path:\EFI\boot\grubx64.efi

3. The cfg file in EFI has the syntax shown in my picture attachment.

I know I'm missing something small or an error in syntax, please review and offer any suggestions you might have.

Thank you in advance
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3rd July 2018, 11:46 PM |#2  
try to make sure your bios has secure boot and bitlocker disabled. if so, try a build using a different kernel
10th September 2019, 06:50 AM |#3  
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