So to make it clear,
1. I don't have to re partition the SSD, right?
2. The android will be installed in c:/androidos?
3. What you mean about "create user data partition"? Is it going to change disk partition and create dedicated one for it?...
Well, I am on 2016/12/02 - is there any version worth upgrading to right now? :D 'Cause I am seeing people having more bugs in newer versions...
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I tested on Asus transformer t100 using android 5.1.1
The device booted and the system was smooth but there is some bugs
1- system crash when rotating the tab
2- system crashcrash opening the Bluetooth
3- some apps don't have Internet access...
Well yeah, you can, but AFAIK you would have to do repartitioning as if you were installing regular dualboot system - that's something you don't have to do here.
Performance is great as expected, very snappy, I've been running KitKat 4.4-r3, Loll...
Cancro is the wrong device, but yes you were right (not every one knows ;D):
Oops, my bad, still used to download Mi3 roms :D Fixed my post :)...