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We've rebuilt Android™ to be a primary operating system for your PC, 2-in-1 or PC Tablet. Over 100 new features built-in already.
We started as the first commercial effort to bring Android to the PC. We're still at it, now on GitHub rebuilding - combining the best of the open-source world, with cutting-edge commercial drivers, licensed from Intel. (Console.com.co)
We started as the first commercial effort to bring Android to the PC. We're still at it, now on GitHub rebuilding - combining the best of the open-source world, with cutting-edge commercial drivers, licensed from Intel. (Console.com.co)
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      KIHWAN JIN on January 17, 2016

      Issue refunds!!Issue refunds!!Issue refunds!!Issue refunds!!Issue refunds!!Issue refunds!!Issue refunds!!Issue refunds!!

    2. Mobile Media Ventures, Inc. Creator on January 17, 2016

      @nem4ik - It is stable on T100, but we are still adding features. Our new path, in the wake of Intel discontinuing Android-IA for PC, has us pushing features progressively in open-source.

      Some features are going up later this week, others will take months, some may not arrive until Marshmallow and beyond. We're not happy about that, but the only other path was to shut down.

      We do expect releases late this month, with additional install options. Using the live boot from USB is best for now.

      @Christopher - Intel has not given us an ETA on fixing the driver issues noted on the Wiki. We asked last week, we'll ask again this week. We will test again on DV8P to see if some of our Mesa patches fixed it. We are testing Mesa 11.0.8 and 11.1 RC1, but neither are stable enough yet to commit to GitHub.

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      nem4ik on January 17, 2016

      Can anyone tell me where is fully working Console OS for my Asus T100? With all features?

    4. Christoper Rogers on January 17, 2016

      So can I build a mostly functional image for the Del Venue 8 Pro yet or not? The wiki notes issues but no word of fixes.

    5. allnitelong on January 17, 2016

      @arul you may create an account at android-x86.net

      @Chris Pike Why doesn't Kickstarter write a single comment here that they agree with you and say you are right?

    6. Mobile Media Ventures, Inc. Creator on January 17, 2016

      Late yesterday we completed our build guide, you can view it here:

      http://wiki.console.com.co/w/Build_Instructions

      As noted in the guide, we've written it to support all major Android on PC distributions, as well as AOSP. It supports Console OS with Android, Android-IA, and Android-x86.org.

      If you are fickle, we encourage you to wait for our first release - as we are continuing to post code onto GitHub that will differentiate us from other renditions of Android. But this step gives us best-in-class documentation.

      If you have technical issues with the build guide, including with versions of Android other than Console OS, let us know.

    7. allnitelong on January 17, 2016

      @Chris Pike And the next lie. Only one comment was removed by Kickstarter over a month ago.

      Proof your claims Mr. Price.

      You will not succeed to shutdown this comment wall, because no one will accept a platform which will be missused by you to censor backers questions.

      You should deliver what we pledged for instead wasting time for things we didn't pay for.

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      Arul Jayanth Muthukumar on January 17, 2016

      @aias- is there any other way to contact you other than througj Kickstarter?

    9. Mobile Media Ventures, Inc. Creator on January 17, 2016

      @aias - We are not required to answer your questions on this comment wall. Particularly when a user repeatedly has their comments removed by Kickstarter.

      Our new Q&A system will fully comply with the version of the Kickstarter TOS we are bound to, and we also expect it will comply with the newer TOS as well.

    10. allnitelong on January 17, 2016

      @MMV Bypassing will not work.

      You are not assigned to speak for Kickstarter nor has Kickstarter made any comments that your procedure is okay.

    11. Mobile Media Ventures, Inc. Creator on January 17, 2016

      As we have stated previously, we are in compliance with Apache. We have discussed this topic in the past. If the Android-x86.org team has any issues with our attribution, they are free to contact us. We have addressed any direct concerns they have raised.

      Once again, Apache 2.0 only requires files modified to be noted, and even then the necessity is tenuous. We have bent over backwards to comply with Apache 2.0, including attributing each and every code commit from Android-x86.org contributors previous to forking, on our GitHub.

      We are not going to address the rest, as we have been asked and answered each topic several times. It is a tactic of trolls to drain resources re-asking the same questions repeatedly, knowing most people won't scroll down deep enough to read the answers.

      Our new Q&A system will be online shortly to bypass that.

    12. allnitelong on January 17, 2016

      @Arul Thank you for your post. Actually you should be careful with words in your comments which Mr. Price would describe as vulgar.

      He flags a lot of comments so that Kickstarter shall remove it. In my opinion a form censorship.

      Actually Mr. Price dodges every single question we asked him.

      We got just claims without proof. We are attacked and offended as trolls by Mr. Price as you can see...

      That is really sad indeed...

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      Arul Jayanth Muthukumar on January 17, 2016

      @MMV - Are you nuts? Do you actually think and write your comment? What "aias" has been saying and asking you and what are you replying?

      As per my Research in Kickstarter, Projects(Medium Budget projects, not high budget projects) which have more comments in comments section is indeed a scam. (Ex: Control VR, Learn iPhone App Development, YuFu, etc)

    14. allnitelong on January 17, 2016

      @Christopher Price It feel sorry for you that you did not read your backers comment.

      I am nice so repost the comment from the Headphone Guy:

      "[Christopher Price] himself has not fully followed the Apache License 2.0 and has not 'cause[d] any modified files to carry prominent notices stating that [he] changed the files' ,( http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0 ) meaning that he must explicitly put it in writing in the code that he has modified it from its Android-x86 source for his own commercial use."
      This means changing the code to carry your own brandinh and then just leaving attributes as-is isn't enough. You must put in easily discernible comments in the code of each file that Console OS is a modification of Android-x86. Full stop. Mr. Huang is giving you a pass on this part of Android-x86's licensing. If I were you, I would go back and fix it before he also brings this to your attention because you are stealing until you fully follow the license terms. How hard is this to understand?"

      I feel you should say sorry for your harsh critic.

    15. Mobile Media Ventures, Inc. Creator on January 17, 2016

      @aias - If you feel we've violated any license, please take the claim elsewhere. Such claims are ridiculous, the freedom to fork Android is implicit.

      If you have some legitimate corrective change due to the Apache license, either say it explicitly, or withdraw it. Claiming we've violated a license without any proof, is misleading at best, libel at worst.

    16. allnitelong on January 17, 2016

      @MMV Additional to Headphone Guys help to understand the Apache license, which you obviously violated here is another question, Mr. Price.

      Imagine there is a person, lets say it is me, who promises you that you will get in the near future Android Marshmallow.

      I will tell you that I have taken apart Android and put it together to work perfectly for PC.

      I will tell you that I have working in stealth the past 18 months to ensure everything works.

      I will tell you that I have built in over 100 hundred unique features and provide a info-graphic, which clearly shows how superior my product is.

      I will tell you of course if Google changes something in Android that I may have problems in delivering.

      So, would you not have the impression that the product is almost ready -> 18 months working in stealth, videos on my Campaign showing devices with lolipop wallpapers, e.g.

      Would you not be upset that you only got a tech preview which I call DR1 (which does not include my promised 100 features) and a Lollipop preview which hardly works?

      Would you not be upset that you have been waiting over 1.5 years and you still get not your rewards and your Console OS Pro with all the fancy things?

      Would you not be upset that I tell you I have a NDA so I can not describe which features are on my 100 feature list?

      Would you not be upset that every deadline Mr. aias proposed where not met?

      Would you not be upset that Mr. aias dodged every single question?

      Would not be upset that Mr. aias attacked the backers and called them trolls, took someone else code and attacked him with very bad statements so Mr. aias looks like a saviour?

      Would you not have a bad feeling that Mr. aias says his team and he work below the poverty line? How can a man have such a attidute / moral to convince his team to work below poverty line?

      So, Mr. Price and Ms. Mobilia:

      How would you feel?
      How would you react?
      How would think about me?

      Would you ever trust Mr. aias again?

    17. RiceFryer on January 17, 2016

      Hey hey, we are not troll. Troll is you and MMV
      You can vote all of backer to this project is succesful or not. Last 2years, we backers did not take anything.
      Issue refunds.

    18. Hifihedgehog (AKA "That Headphones Guy") on January 17, 2016

      *brandinh=branding
      *attributes=attributions

    19. Hifihedgehog (AKA "That Headphones Guy") on January 17, 2016

      To this...

      "We have not stolen any code, despite the false claims of others."

      ...I say, repeating what I cited earlier:
      "[Christopher Price] himself has not fully followed the Apache License 2.0 and has not 'cause[d] any modified files to carry prominent notices stating that [he] changed the files' ,( http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0 ) meaning that he must explicitly put it in writing in the code that he has modified it from its Android-x86 source for his own commercial use."

      This means changing the code to carry your own brandinh and then just leaving attributes as-is isn't enough. You must put in easily discernible comments in the code of each file that Console OS is a modification of Android-x86. Full stop. Mr. Huang is giving you a pass on this part of Android-x86's licensing. If I were you, I would go back and fix it before he also brings this to your attention because you are stealing until you fully follow the license terms. How hard is this to understand?

    20. Mobile Media Ventures, Inc. Creator on January 16, 2016

      Please be respectful, we aren't going to engage in responding to trolls. We are hard at work on shipping Console OS, and we aren't going to respond to negativity - other than to point it out.

      We have not stolen any code, despite the false claims of others.

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      Ripton on January 16, 2016

      @pk well I think there are enough comments here and his reputation is extremely damaged.
      If you search for ConsoleOS on google my first result is this - "Crowdfunded Console OS Accused Of 'Stealing' Android..." and the article has Mr.Price face.

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      pk on January 16, 2016

      @Ripton I would agree, except for the fact that then he can use this project as a success and rip off even more people. We need to make sure that anyone who comes here knows the truth and runs as far away from him as possible.

    23. Mikael Draca Wedlund on January 16, 2016

      i found this on the web, i think it's the one Mr. Price is using.
      http://cbsg.sourceforge.net/cgi-bin/live

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      Ripton on January 16, 2016

      I've read the latest comments here and I suggest to just ignore this project.
      Let's just mark it as a failure and move on. There is nothing we can do and I am sure we won't get any refunds.
      We already got what we've wanted in the beginning (RemixOS and PhoenixOX) so there is no point in waiting for ConsoleOS to lie us even more.
      They (ConsoleOS) already lost its main user-base (its backers) and now everywhere you search for ConsoleOS it comes up as a scam, so even if they release something working no one will use it and frankly no one will care anymore. Without user-base there is no point in maintaining the project.
      Right now, we are giving them an unneeded attention when we comment here, so I just say lets let Mr. Price live in delusion that he is doing something and when no one comes he will be the one losing.

    25. allnitelong on January 16, 2016

      @HeadPhone The funny thing is Mr. Price dreams as you can read on his own blog of being such a great leader like Jobs or Gates.

      They used also tricks and fooled people like Mr. Price, but the difference is that they succeeded and delivered something unique with value for the masses.

      Console OS is only for a few, old devices and looks not like a Desktop PC GUI. It has three big competitors and his previous loyal backers are upset.

      We only got a copy of Android X86, a shiny webpage and Console OS Pro with 100 built in features like we pledged for.

      Well at least his marketing answers are funny ;)

    26. Hifihedgehog (AKA "That Headphones Guy") on January 16, 2016

      Don't worry. I won't give Console OS a piece of my mind any longer. I think the real problem here is the true troll has been giving us his line of baloney for almost two years straight. I guess he didn't like how my phone browser took a moment to send my comment through.

    27. allnitelong on January 16, 2016

      Your backers are upset and worried and you attack them and call them Trolls.

      Our posts do not violate Kickstarter AS everybody can See.

    28. Mobile Media Ventures, Inc. Creator on January 16, 2016

      As people can notice, some are hijacking our comment wall posting multiple comments several times. It is taking Kickstarter many days to review these situations - and we are preparing to bypass the comment wall with a new system soon.

      We regret the spam, it is out of our hands to control until Kickstarter removes it, at which point it is buried to the point of irrelevance.

      Please don't feed the trolls, thanks.

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      Ian R on January 16, 2016

      This
      v v v v v v v v v

    30. allnitelong on January 16, 2016

      @Chris Price / Maria Mobilia I also disagree with your reply.

      We all read your texts.
      They do not provide answers.
      They are just claims without proof.

      You did not provide a single Screenshot of your KitKat features like the GUI. An old man can record the GUI of Android and you are not able to create a Screenshot AS a proof.

      So we encourage everybody to take part in a legal action against of Mr. Price, because of false promises

      https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/mmv/console-os-dual-boot-android-remastered-for-the-pc/description

      We encourage everybody to report the project for not delivering Console OS Pro with 100 features

      http://goo.gl/forms/g8POKvmtBB

      We encourage everybody incl. Mr Price / Maria Mobilia to use this forum, because here Mr. Price flags our answer so they can be censored.

      http://www.consoleosripoff.com/

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      Ian R on January 16, 2016

      @ that headphones guy

      But if I could pinpoint a meaningful point from your post, it would definitely be this:

      "That Headphones Guy about 2 hours ago
      Summarized: Christopher Price (AKA the team, the CEO, Console OS, or what have you) wants you and I to mistakenly believe that Console OS has brought improvements to Android-x86's code when they haven't–none in the repository. He wants you and I to mistakenly believe that approximately 50 word changes–spanning the attribution changes he made to the Android x86 code, changing the author name and retitling the code and using the CyanogenMods Trebuchet launcher ( https://github.com/iConsole/Console-OS_bootable_newinstaller/commit/293ba5c4c0d10b21a08c8aeaa516aa57713706d2 )–somehow amounts to 70% of the Android-x86 code (thousands upon thousands of lines of code) which he shamelessly is claiming and selling as his own.
      Price wants you and I to mistakenly believe that Mr. Huang, administrator of Android-x86, has been a threat to Console OS and its partners when he hasn't. He wants you and I to mistakenly believe that Huang has attacked Intel when Price referenced this article ( http://techrights.org/2014/03/27/chih-wei-huang-rants/%22 ) which makes no mention at all of Huang attacking Intel--proper reading retention and comprehension prove this. He wants you and I to mistakenly believe that Huang has a zero tolerance ban policy for Console OS sympathizers at the Android-x86 forums while he conveniently forgets that he himself at the Console OS forums has banned Android-x86 sympathizers ( http://www.android-x86.net/index.php… ). He wants you and I to mistakenly believe that Android-x86, as a whole group and not due to one or two underhanded volunteers, was once a smuggling ring of proprietary code ( http://news.softpedia.com/news/exclusive-interview-with-console-os-ceo-regarding-ongoing-feud-with-android-x86-498737.shtml ); meanwhile, he himself has not fully followed the Apache License 2.0 and has not "cause[d] any modified files to carry prominent notices stating that [he] changed the files" ,( http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0 ) meaning that he must explicitly put it in writing in the code that he has modified it from its Android-x86 source for his own commercial use.
      Price wants you and I to mistakenly believe that when he and his "team" have waited perpetually for code from Intel for over a year, he/they could not (lazy fingers syndrome?) write any of the code for the Pro features, including the file manager ("Console Files"), maps ("Console Maps Pro"), TV ("native DVR support"), media player (inferred from "additional codecs and media playback support") and media streaming ("built-in media serving"). Interestingly, one of my university professors' professional evaluation of Price's "pitiful" performance is that Console OS's team, if truly capable of what they said they could do, could and should have have developed these features concurrently as independent apps. Down the road, they could have then easily integrated them once OS development, upon reception of the needed driver bits from Intel, began. Price wants you and I to mistakenly believe this project can always remain in limbo without diligently applying recurrent effort on other fronts.
      I have had enough and I do not believe in the fallacies and farces of Price. I do not want to participate in the stealing of someone else's efforts, Android-x86's efforts, and so I implore other Console OS backers to visit the link below:
      http://www.consoleosripoff.com/"

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      Ian R on January 16, 2016

      @ that headphones guy

      But if I could criticize any part of your comment it would be this:

      "That Headphones Guy about 2 hours ago
      Summarized: Christopher Price (AKA the team, the CEO, Console OS, or what have you) wants you and I to mistakenly believe that Console OS has brought improvements to Android-x86's code when they haven't–none in the repository. He wants you and I to mistakenly believe that approximately 50 word changes–spanning the attribution changes he made to the Android x86 code, changing the author name and retitling the code and using the CyanogenMods Trebuchet launcher ( https://github.com/iConsole/Console-OS_bootable_newinstaller/commit/293ba5c4c0d10b21a08c8aeaa516aa57713706d2 )–somehow amounts to 70% of the Android-x86 code (thousands upon thousands of lines of code) which he shamelessly is claiming and selling as his own.
      Price wants you and I to mistakenly believe that Mr. Huang, administrator of Android-x86, has been a threat to Console OS and its partners when he hasn't. He wants you and I to mistakenly believe that Huang has attacked Intel when Price referenced this article ( http://techrights.org/2014/03/27/chih-wei-huang-rants/%22 ) which makes no mention at all of Huang attacking Intel--proper reading retention and comprehension prove this. He wants you and I to mistakenly believe that Huang has a zero tolerance ban policy for Console OS sympathizers at the Android-x86 forums while he conveniently forgets that he himself at the Console OS forums has banned Android-x86 sympathizers ( http://www.android-x86.net/index.php… ). He wants you and I to mistakenly believe that Android-x86, as a whole group and not due to one or two underhanded volunteers, was once a smuggling ring of proprietary code ( http://news.softpedia.com/news/exclusive-interview-with-console-os-ceo-regarding-ongoing-feud-with-android-x86-498737.shtml ); meanwhile, he himself has not fully followed the Apache License 2.0 and has not "cause[d] any modified files to carry prominent notices stating that [he] changed the files" ,( http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0 ) meaning that he must explicitly put it in writing in the code that he has modified it from its Android-x86 source for his own commercial use.
      Price wants you and I to mistakenly believe that when he and his "team" have waited perpetually for code from Intel for over a year, he/they could not (lazy fingers syndrome?) write any of the code for the Pro features, including the file manager ("Console Files"), maps ("Console Maps Pro"), TV ("native DVR support"), media player (inferred from "additional codecs and media playback support") and media streaming ("built-in media serving"). Interestingly, one of my university professors' professional evaluation of Price's "pitiful" performance is that Console OS's team, if truly capable of what they said they could do, could and should have have developed these features concurrently as independent apps. Down the road, they could have then easily integrated them once OS development, upon reception of the needed driver bits from Intel, began. Price wants you and I to mistakenly believe this project can always remain in limbo without diligently applying recurrent effort on other fronts.
      I have had enough and I do not believe in the fallacies and farces of Price. I do not want to participate in the stealing of someone else's efforts, Android-x86's efforts, and so I implore other Console OS backers to visit the link below:
      http://www.consoleosripoff.com/";"

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      Ian R on January 16, 2016

      @ that headphones guy

      sometimes KS is wierd like that ... it posts comments twice. anyways, many thanks for the clear analysis and confirmation from a teacher. this is the part I like:
      "That Headphones Guy about 2 hours ago
      Summarized: Christopher Price (AKA the team, the CEO, Console OS, or what have you) wants you and I to mistakenly believe that Console OS has brought improvements to Android-x86's code when they haven't–none in the repository. He wants you and I to mistakenly believe that approximately 50 word changes–spanning the attribution changes he made to the Android x86 code, changing the author name and retitling the code and using the CyanogenMods Trebuchet launcher ( https://github.com/iConsole/Console-OS_bootable_newinstaller/commit/293ba5c4c0d10b21a08c8aeaa516aa57713706d2 )–somehow amounts to 70% of the Android-x86 code (thousands upon thousands of lines of code) which he shamelessly is claiming and selling as his own.
      Price wants you and I to mistakenly believe that Mr. Huang, administrator of Android-x86, has been a threat to Console OS and its partners when he hasn't. He wants you and I to mistakenly believe that Huang has attacked Intel when Price referenced this article ( http://techrights.org/2014/03/27/chih-wei-huang-rants/%22 ) which makes no mention at all of Huang attacking Intel--proper reading retention and comprehension prove this. He wants you and I to mistakenly believe that Huang has a zero tolerance ban policy for Console OS sympathizers at the Android-x86 forums while he conveniently forgets that he himself at the Console OS forums has banned Android-x86 sympathizers ( http://www.android-x86.net/index.php… ). He wants you and I to mistakenly believe that Android-x86, as a whole group and not due to one or two underhanded volunteers, was once a smuggling ring of proprietary code ( http://news.softpedia.com/news/exclusive-interview-with-console-os-ceo-regarding-ongoing-feud-with-android-x86-498737.shtml ); meanwhile, he himself has not fully followed the Apache License 2.0 and has not "cause[d] any modified files to carry prominent notices stating that [he] changed the files" ,( http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0 ) meaning that he must explicitly put it in writing in the code that he has modified it from its Android-x86 source for his own commercial use.
      Price wants you and I to mistakenly believe that when he and his "team" have waited perpetually for code from Intel for over a year, he/they could not (lazy fingers syndrome?) write any of the code for the Pro features, including the file manager ("Console Files"), maps ("Console Maps Pro"), TV ("native DVR support"), media player (inferred from "additional codecs and media playback support") and media streaming ("built-in media serving"). Interestingly, one of my university professors' professional evaluation of Price's "pitiful" performance is that Console OS's team, if truly capable of what they said they could do, could and should have have developed these features concurrently as independent apps. Down the road, they could have then easily integrated them once OS development, upon reception of the needed driver bits from Intel, began. Price wants you and I to mistakenly believe this project can always remain in limbo without diligently applying recurrent effort on other fronts.
      I have had enough and I do not believe in the fallacies and farces of Price. I do not want to participate in the stealing of someone else's efforts, Android-x86's efforts, and so I implore other Console OS backers to visit the link below:
      http://www.consoleosripoff.com/"

    34. Mobile Media Ventures, Inc. Creator on January 16, 2016

      @That Headphones Guy - Please refrain from multiple postings of the same comment. Clicking once on the Post Comment button is sufficient, even if it takes a few minutes to post.

      We obviously disagree with your claims, and encourage others to read our last couple of updates to see why.

    35. Hifihedgehog (AKA "That Headphones Guy") on January 15, 2016

      This comment has been removed by Kickstarter.

    36. Hifihedgehog (AKA "That Headphones Guy") on January 15, 2016

      This comment has been removed by Kickstarter.

    37. Mobile Media Ventures, Inc. Creator on January 15, 2016

      @ACH - We will provide video capturing solutions with Lollipop. It is one of the features we are gathering internally. Some of these take time... especially when partnering with developers asking them to place their apps onto a GitHub repository.

      Open-sourcing on our new path is our long-term advantage, but as we mentioned in outlining our new path forward - it will be considerably slower initially. And many features won't be in our first Lollipop release, or our first Marshmallow release.

      Setting the expectations realistically may not be fun for anyone - but we are not "ripping off" anyone's work.

    38. Charles on January 15, 2016

      No need to comment to this Mr. Price and please don't.

      But I would just like the others backers to know that we have legal options, resources, and a safe place to discuss this whole mess at:

      http://www.consoleosripoff.com

    39. ACH on January 15, 2016

      @Creator Exactly what "features" are you "staging" (I'd still LOVE to know what that word means to you)?

      Also with regards to screen captures; if you can't figure out how to make that happen you have zero chance of being successful with anything besides a direct rip-off of another project. (You could also try, you know, pointing a camera at the screen).

    40. Mobile Media Ventures, Inc. Creator on January 15, 2016

      @aias - There are multiple ways to do it. On Lollipop, you can record as a rooted user. For KitKat, this was far less stable.

    41. allnitelong on January 15, 2016

      are you able to explain wh an old man as able to do screen recording to present features and you are not?

    42. Mobile Media Ventures, Inc. Creator on January 15, 2016

      @aias - We are staging similar features, ones we are getting the clearance to post on GitHub. The benefit will be people will be able to vet, disable, and compile in open-source - with similar functionality.

      We are making progressive changes and are nearing close to a first release.

    43. allnitelong on January 15, 2016

      and another video which could have been Console OS to actually proof that the 100 buid-in features actually exist

      they are able to record the gui and the feature of android, which Mr. Pricewas not able to do so.
      http://liliputing.com/2016/01/phoenix-os-is-another-android-as-a-desktop.html

      Are you able to explain that, Mr Price or Ms Mobilia?

    44. allnitelong on January 15, 2016

      @ach his open source statements as an advantage is also nonsense.

      May have a look to his with a big press update announced forum for open source discussions.

      no contributions or questions of external developers. it is all dead only after 8 weeks after forking.

    45. Mobile Media Ventures, Inc. Creator on January 15, 2016

      @ACH - To deliver on our original vision of the Kickstarter, we have to take on additional tasks and sub-goals. This is permissible under the TOS that was in-place during our campaign.

      We are just as frustrated by these setbacks as you are. But they come upstream from Android, and we are reacting to them. Some may disagree, but rehashing that endlessly is not productive, and we are soon implementing dialogue features that will avoid having to do that.

    46. ACH on January 15, 2016

      Good thing that we didn't sign up to fund an "alternative" version of Android-x86. I notice that you are shying away from saying that you're actually going to develop your own features. You say that you are implementing pieces of Android-IA (not your own work) and "encouraging corporate involvement and contribution" (we don't care). This is pretty much the only thing that you are committing to. It seems like these are now the project goals; is that correct? Are you not going to add your own features? You can refer back to the marketing matrix on the campaign page if you don't remember what you promised.

    47. allnitelong on January 15, 2016

      You know git pull? The rest of your text is garbage.

      Look here. This old man was able to recorde a video of Android X86

      https://youtu.be/79G4n5grEP4

      If he managed to do it why were you not able to do it?

    48. Mobile Media Ventures, Inc. Creator on January 15, 2016

      @aias - We offered to contribute patches upstream. That offer stands. Chih-Wei Huang is free to contact us - but he has asked that we not contact him privately, and that we not post on the Android-x86.org forums. How are we supposed to contact him?

      This is why Console OS is still needed - an open-source alternative with the structure and federation to support and encourage corporate involvement and contribution. Which is exactly what we're starting with Console Developer Rewards, funded by the industry.

    49. allnitelong on January 15, 2016

      @ Chris Price I called your manpulation attempt shameless. You are twisting words.

      Also RemixOS and PhoenixOS have PC like Desktop GUIs, which is an enhancement.

      They work together with Mr. Hang and don't accuse and attack him like you do.

      You don't contribute patches, you just proft from their hard work.

      So I also would feel ashamed to use Console OS

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