The Android-x86-based Remix OS was launched a couple of weeks ago to great acclaim, and now it's receiving the first update.
We were expecting to see a much more consistent update for Remix OS, especially since it received so much attention after its initial launch. There are only a couple of fixes in the new version, although they are pretty important.
"We're excited to announce the first ever update for our Remix OS for PC users. You'll find the download on our Jide website. Please try it out and give us feedback on your experience with the update. It'll help us continue to develop a better experience for all of our users!" developers wrote on XDA.
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