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Could we install Windows 10 arm on android tablets?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hello

I would like to ask if tablets like Onyx Boox Max3 or Remarkable2, that have arm cpus, could run windows or linux or macos arm os natively.

could that be possible?

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Probably? Drivers would be a problem I suppose. And getting your hands on an installer. Linux should be the easiest to do.


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yes since Linux has arm versions it is more likely to work


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Don't know much about the tablets you listed, but I did have an 8" Bush windows 10.

 

I can tell you I found out why  small low cost Windows tablets didn't catch on. They are a terrible user experience. Slow and difficult to use. If you don't have it in tablet mode you Need very thin fingers. And if you're going to use it in tablet mode you may as well go Android. An OS designed for that type of hardware. 

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Can you check the device i listed and see if maybe it is possible to do it :)?

Onyx Boox max 3 have play store so maybe it is possible to run some virtual machine?

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Pretty much no chance.


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1 hour ago, lillo9546 said:

I would like to ask if tablets like Onyx Boox Max3 or Remarkable2, that have arm cpus, could run windows or linux or macos arm os natively.

could that be possible?

Yes, they could, if drivers were available and the bootloader was unlockable and compatible with non-Android OS, or someone wrote a compatible one from scratch or ported U-boot for the device. Alas, it's pretty much guaranteed that there are no drivers for those, so that already kills that idea.


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43 minutes ago, lillo9546 said:

Can you check the device i listed and see if maybe it is possible to do it :)?

Onyx Boox max 3 have play store so maybe it is possible to run some virtual machine?

isn't that more an E-reader than a tablet?

i don;t think that's gonna work.


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The Boox is an android tablet with an e-paper display.


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