Android-x86 Releases Android 6.0 RC2

Today project Android X86 announced RC2 (release candidate 2). This version of Andriod X86 is based on Android Marshmallow-MR2 release (6.0.1_r61) and if fixes quite a few issues in from the last release. There are still a few known issues, like the display of built-in browser messes up sometimes on Skylake GPU or suspend and resume doesn’t work on some

Key Features

  • Launch the Android-x86 Analytics Program to collect anonymous data from users.
  • Update kernel to 4.4.17 with more upstream patches.
  • Update Mesa to 12.0.1. The unstable issues of i965/i915/Nvidia GPUs found in 6.0-rc1 are fixed.
  • Fix software rendering crashing issues on VM like QEMU and VirtualBox.
  • Fix modules auto loading method to improve hardware compatibility.
  • Improve audio hal sound card selection.
  • Auto-mount USB/sdcard with ext4/ntfs/exfat/vfat filesystems.
  • Add back SDCARD=xxx function to vold 3.0.
  • RTC time is set to local.

The prebuilt images are available in the following site:


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