While AMIDuOS is the easiest way to turn your PC into an Android device, many have been disappointed that it was running Android KitKat. Well, that has all changed with the latest AMIDuOS Lollipop beta release. AMIDuOS users can install a new Lollipop beta build on their Windows 7, 8 or 8.1 desktop or laptop, or they can use the backup and restore utility to install the Lollipop beta on top of the original installation.
The AMIDuOS Lollipop beta release is compatible with Android ART run time and 64-bit apps and features improved A/V sync, higher-performance graphics and audio, new APIs for Bluetooth LE, multi-networking, NFC and more. You can find a full list of the new features on the AMIDuOS Lollipop beta page.
If you haven’t already installed AMIDuOS on your PC, we suggest you do. New users are given a 60-day free trial, but we’re pretty sure you’ll enjoy it enough to pay the $10 for the lifetime license once your trial period has expired.