Android 10 arrives on PCs: first Bliss OS alpha available

If Android Pie "practically stable" doesn't sound adventurous enough for your PC and you want to test Android 10 , it's possible from a few hours: a first Alpha build of the latest version of Google's OS has been published . The project is called Bliss OS, and is a sort of fork of Android-x86 , which develops some more areas of the operating system, such as the integration of the taskbar. Bliss OS has not just been born: it has existed for some time, but the previous versions were based on the latest version of Android with a "sweet" name .

The three words "before", "build" and "Alpha" should suffice to make you understand that it is absolutely not a software ready for everyday use . Better to abstain, especially if you do not intend to contribute to development - even just reporting any bugs correctly and responsibly, with lots of logs and as much information as possible to replicate the problem. The download is available directly from the official website, but there is a small puzzle to solve: you need to find the code to start it. The clues are available on the ad post on xda-developers, just follow the link to the heading SOURCE.


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