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    REMIX OS on Pipo X8, instead of Android? Is it possible?

    Hello everybody,
    Starting with 1st of march 2016, Remix OS is in beta stage. I've deleted my Andoid from Pipox8 64 gb, and tryed to replace with Remix OS. Not working! Installed respecting the instructions from Remix site. The dual boot screen does not appear. But strangely, when I press F7 on boot, I can see Remix OS among the options. Trying to select it, but not working. I have also tryed bot versions o Remix: 32 bit and 64 bit. Any Idea someone?
    Thank you

    #2
    Is the Remix loader 64bit? Pipo's have 32bit uEFI. I ran into this when I tried to boot an Acronis (64bit uEFI) USB stick. It showed on the boot menu but would not execute.
    PIPO X7S, Ugoos UT3S, Beelink i68g, M8S S905X

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      #3
      Originally posted by cjeman View Post
      Is the Remix loader 64bit? Pipo's have 32bit uEFI. I ran into this when I tried to boot an Acronis (64bit uEFI) USB stick. It showed on the boot menu but would not execute.
      Yes, it's 64 bit. Unfortunately....

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        #4
        USB 3.0. Pendrive ?

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          #5
          Originally posted by aboicu View Post

          Yes, it's 64 bit. Unfortunately....
          64-bit

          UEFI Boot & Legacy BIOS compatible



          and


          32-bit

          Legacy BIOS only
          here: jide.com/en/remixos-for-pc



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            #6
            I have successfully install the RemixOS 32 bits on a USB 2.0 stick on my Pipo x7s. When I boot, I press the F7 to get the boot menu and select the USB driive. I works like a charm

            Eric

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              #7
              It would be so much better for us if Pipo used a 64bit uEFI partition.
              PIPO X7S, Ugoos UT3S, Beelink i68g, M8S S905X

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                #8
                Hello, I know it is an old thread but I could not find an answer anywhere else. I am wondering if it is possible to wipe down the default EFI partition and restore it using built-in Windows Recovery Options and then install Phoenix OS or Remix OS after that. I tried to install Phoenix OS but I wasn't able to boot from it. Pipo X7S. Android x64 that came with the box died somehow (boot loop).

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                  #9
                  Hello, I know it is an old thread but I could not find an answer anywhere else. I am wondering if it is possible to wipe down the default EFI partition and restore it using built-in Windows Recovery Options and then install Phoenix OS or Remix OS after that. I tried to install Phoenix OS but I wasn't able to boot from it. Pipo X7S. Android x64 that came with the box died somehow (boot loop).

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