Turning an old laptop into an Android gaming machine #Android #Gaming @Ejburgtrans
How you can take an old laptop and turn it into a big screen Android gaming machine. YouTuber Art i techH writes:
I’ve had this HP pavilion X360 laying on a shelf for years and decided I’d like to make it a dedicated android gaming laptop. In this video I show you what Android I chose, the process of me setting up my computer and the end result of me playing actual games on it.
Developed based on Android 7.1, Phoenix OS pacts many classic PC features: desktop, multi-windows, mouse and keyboard support, while also provides perfect support for Android games thanks to system-level compatibility. Phoenix OS supports a variety of peripherals such as mouse and keyboards, gamepads and even docks specifically designed for PUBG mobiles.
Phoenix OS comes in two versions: a default version for PC users and an ARM version for certain adapted table models.
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