Question Will we see windows 11 running in tab s8 ultra when it updated to android 13?

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Well, android 13 can now use KVM to run Linux through virtualization. However, Samsung have to allow it on his firmware...
Google Pixel phones already can virtualize any OSes with a new app called NestBox.
it can but the firmware is up to the hardware manufactiriers for example qualcomm wont outsource anything even to get the developer tools from them your compiled code will need to pass ther validatior so there sould be the adressing preferably y like the exynosss aproach is much more open and kvm is enabled by default but why virualise if you can runn baremetal we are not limited by the harware specs
 

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it can but the firmware is up to the hardware manufactiriers for example qualcomm wont outsource anything even to get the developer tools from them your compiled code will need to pass ther validatior so there sould be the adressing preferably y like the exynosss aproach is much more open and kvm is enabled by default but why virualise if you can runn baremetal we are not limited by the harware specs
What do you mean, run baremetal ?
 

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Any news on this topic ?
I'm actually using remote desktop with curtain mode, but using the Adobe softwares directly on the tablet would be amazing

And Android 13 is out now
Qualcomm uses something called hypV that prevents Samsung from being able to enable pKVM. I installed x86 Windows XP through limbo after trying every build except Vista and it's unusable. It's so old that websites don't even load and it takes 10 minutes to boot without pKVM. There are tons of videos showing Windows 11 on Android but they're fake except for ones using tensor chips on Pixel.
 
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I would like to see if I can get this to run. I know Linux runs fine on my Tab S8 Ultra and this build is a windows clone that uses Wine 7.0 to run exe and MSI files.

 
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Qualcomm uses something called hypV that prevents Samsung from being able to enable pKVM. I installed x86 Windows XP through limbo after trying every build except Vista and it's unusable. It's so old that websites don't even load and it takes 10 minutes to boot without pKVM. There are tons of videos showing Windows 11 on Android but they're fake except for ones using tensor chips on Pixel.
There are a few other devices that are running Windows ARM and even games. Poco X3 Pro is one of them. Not emulation, *NATIVE* boot.
 
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Which it also has Qualcomm cpu if I'm not wrong, so i don't think it is a cpu problem we haven't windows support, but it's Samsung fault..
What are you talking about? LOL It has nothing to do with OEMs here. Windows ARM was PORTED to certain devices, more specifically it can be used only on SOME SOCs. SD855 and one other are the only ones somewhat usable. This is not OS related or OEM related. This is not EMULATION I'm talking about, I'm talking about "NATIVE" OS running on the device.
 

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I understand what you say but I still believe it is oem related also. Samsung nowadays, it's not the same company it used to be in the past, when all their devices was completely unlocked and actually helped moding. Now she does exactly the opposite. Even to root their devices it's a pain.
I also have windows tablet galaxy book 12. 2500$ when it started sales. Probably the only one which you can't installed Linux, android etc. Every similar device like Microsoft surface do support. Samsung didn't even supported windows 10 updates, and having problems after a while if you updated (everybody, not just me). You had to stay to older versions. Basically Samsung tried to make you buy the next model.
I'm not a hater. On the contrary, almost all my devices are Samsung. But I know the ups and downs, and developing of the community is not in the ups nowadays.
There is Tab s6 pro with Snapdragon 855 (i also have it). It is best seller device. No development on these also. There isn't any real possibility to run windows in it. Guess why? Samsung has changed everything in the way it installs Android to make it almost impossible to do anything else except root.
So saying it's not oem related is simply not true..
 

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So, finally the anticipation is over, here is the first beta of windows 11 for our galaxy tab s8 ultra!
Watch it in my video:


:)
:)
I worn you, don't be negative after watching..
 
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So, finally the anticipation is over, here is the first beta of windows 11 for our galaxy tab s8 ultra!
Watch it in my video:


:)
:)
I worn you, don't be negative after watching..
That's fake.

I understand what you say but I still believe it is oem related also. Samsung nowadays, it's not the same company it used to be in the past, when all their devices was completely unlocked and actually helped moding. Now she does exactly the opposite. Even to root their devices it's a pain.
I also have windows tablet galaxy book 12. 2500$ when it started sales. Probably the only one which you can't installed Linux, android etc. Every similar device like Microsoft surface do support. Samsung didn't even supported windows 10 updates, and having problems after a while if you updated (everybody, not just me). You had to stay to older versions. Basically Samsung tried to make you buy the next model.
I'm not a hater. On the contrary, almost all my devices are Samsung. But I know the ups and downs, and developing of the community is not in the ups nowadays.
There is Tab s6 pro with Snapdragon 855 (i also have it). It is best seller device. No development on these also. There isn't any real possibility to run windows in it. Guess why? Samsung has changed everything in the way it installs Android to make it almost impossible to do anything else except root.
So saying it's not oem related is simply not true..
I don't know what are you talking about. But rooting is very easy. To unlock bootloader all you need is a switch on developer option. You should try unlocking bootloader on xiaomi, they make you wait for 7 days.

Poco and Redmi able to boot windows natively has nothing to do Xiaomi / OEM. it's all community. Are we able to boot windows 11 natively on Samsung galaxy tab in the future? Perhaps but unlikely. Galaxy Tab is an expensive and a niche device. Perhaps that's why there is very little development from the community. Because it's pretty much a (almost) perfect device for an android.

Most people who have 1k++ and want to use windows, would just buy a surface instead.
 

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Pretty good!
Beside that, I'm waiting for Turnip driver update that work for Snapdragon Gen 1.
We already can run Linux from Termux, however, we need Turnip drivers to use GPU
 
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    So, finally the anticipation is over, here is the first beta of windows 11 for our galaxy tab s8 ultra!
    Watch it in my video:


    :)
    :)
    I worn you, don't be negative after watching..
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    Pretty good!
    Beside that, I'm waiting for Turnip driver update that work for Snapdragon Gen 1.
    We already can run Linux from Termux, however, we need Turnip drivers to use GPU
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    I think it would be fantastic to run AND windows 11. It's been done to pixel android 13, due to better virtualization android 13 is having.
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    Looking forward to that.
    It is definitely a game changer.
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    I really hope the developers get involved in this and make it work with the keyboard and USB port and camera as well.
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    Any news on this topic ?
    I'm actually using remote desktop with curtain mode, but using the Adobe softwares directly on the tablet would be amazing

    And Android 13 is out now
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    You need root for this?
    I just bought s8 ultra..
    No, but you may lose performances without root