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by amrik singh on 14/05/2013
Was hard to get running at first but went to website and bingo I can run debian on my phone
by Chris Knowles on 10/05/2013
I like it, it works at getting Linux up and running. But I would like Android specific advice on getting the VM online/networking. Can't apt-get an offline Debian!
by Sam Kingston on 08/05/2013
On the tutorial, it says to "load" a VM, but I can't find that option!
by Mark Atkins on 07/05/2013
Con: does not emulate as fast as other apps. Pro: runs games req CD to play I have run 95 and XP. Install on PC w/qmeu, use compatible hardware (sb16 and cirrus VGA). Disable hdd swap in 95/XP. Copy .qmeu to phone card... SD Class 6+ helps speed. Enable m
by Robert Beardain on 05/05/2013
Yes, they have a tiny ad at the top off the configuration screen. But you're going to be in the vm most of the time. If the ad is too bothersome it is open sourced. Though it would be nice to have arm emulation/pass through for faster operation with OS's
by Michael Adebayo on 05/05/2013
Great emulator but I wish the insructions made more sense. Great app!
by Ibn Batuta on 04/05/2013
Unfortunately this promising app is only available as addware. No way to get rid of the annoying adds - thus uninstall. Too bad.
by carlo migu on 02/05/2013
by Amanda Breedlove on 29/04/2013
That's it. All I have to say is that I can't find exe files.
by Anthony Garcia on 29/04/2013
Works like a charm.
by Vladimir Radaković on 27/04/2013
Very cool and usefull x86 emmu :)
by Ian Bestler on 23/04/2013
I have tried with seven different OSs from BSD to Windows 7 on everything ranging from my tab 2 7 to my Transformer Infinity. it simply doesn't work.
by Andi Reinbrech on 16/04/2013
Awesome! Just wish I could get the framebuffer to work. Anyone have any ideas? This is really the coolest "hack" ever. I used it with BlueTooth keyboard and mouse combo.
by Paweł Żuk on 11/04/2013
Wow! It is simply amazing! Best Qemu port ever seen on Android! Running industrial, process monitoring, DOS application (on MS 6.22 and FreeDOS). Please consider adding an option to bride guest network with phone's hardware wlan, to allow NATless network
by Michał Dominiak on 07/04/2013
"Holy cow!" was my very first reaction. I was thinking about hacking qemu to work on Android, but I had no idea how to get started about it. Thanks, gotta keep image of own hobby OS on my phone all the time now :D
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