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Remix OS Version 3.0.101 Released

I've already written about older versions of Remix OS (see Remix OS V 2.0 test drive). But Remix OS version 2.x hasn't been finished, users are facing several flaws. Now the new version 3.x has been released.

Remix OS version 3.0.101 released

The Youtube video shows how to boot the Android 6.x (Marshmallow) based Remix OS Version 3.0.101 from USB drive on x86 PCs. Remix OS may be downloaded here. This site also provides some information and a video about Remix OS. has also an article about Remix OS 3 here.

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