Android-x86 4.4.2-RC2 (KitKat-x86) Released

The Android-x86.org has announced the 4.4.2-RC2 release to public. This is the second candidate of Android-x86 4.4 stable release. A live CD ISO is available for Download. (Links are given below)

Android-x86 4.4-RC2 (KitKat-x86)

Key Features of Android x86 4.4

The 4.4-RC2 release is based on the Android 4.4.2 (KitKat-MR1 release) with a lot of x86 specified code to let the system runs smoothly on x86 platforms, especially for netbooks or tablets. Except the features and bugfixes since 4.4-RC1, there are more features include

  • Update to stable kernel 3.10.40 with more bugfixes.
  • Automatically mount ntfs/exfat/ext4 in the external storages (usbdisk/sdcard).
  • Enhance the sensors support including Intel sensor-hub and Pegatron Lucid Tablet Accelerometer.
  • Add launcher and file manager from CyanogenMod.
  • Add 5-point touch calibration app from 0xdroid.
  • Improve suspend and resume functions.
  • Add rtl8723au wifi driver.

Released File

Universal image for most x86 platforms for the kitkat-x86 release is not currently available. The plan is still in an experimental stage. Please report bugs in the Comments with detailed specs of your machine and error logs.

  • android-x86-4.4-RC2.isosha1sum: 3b7acd23d3feb87ed13a2c5f489ea1a3f254f809

The iso file is hybrid format. That means you can dump the iso into a usb drive and get a bootable usb stick, like

$ dd if=android-x86-4.4-RC2.iso of=/dev/sdX

where /dev/sdX is the device name of your usb drive.

Known issues

  • Suspend and resume may not work on some systems.
  • The installer can’t format ext3 filesystem.

Please write your issues, if any in the Comment Box.

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