I am aware your company is firm on not allowing root or custom firmware. While I respect your work in creating this amazing product I still must frown on not supporting custom Android to protect Intellectual Property. More are negatively affected than the few you may be trying to thwart from obtaining your code in my humble opinion.
Exagear is worth buying And if you have enough space. you might be able to play cool games. I tried installing games but i didnt have enough storage And wouldnt see the sdcard as a different partition. Overall 4stars for seeing sdcard as not differnet but as same partition as android file system.
Got a new phone the app is saying I didn't download it from Google Play but I did. Now it's not usable. I emailed support and no one got back to me. I'm really not happy.
OK, I paid the extra-ordinarly high price, I install the app and then I setup my first Window app (PortableApps) - and then *nothing*. The Windoze app is nowhere to be found and there is now way(!) to start it from the menu (no file browser or settings option). WTF is this supposed to be? Some sort of silly joke?? Update: Installed a simple non-portable exe (Total Commander) for testing, which then shows up in the menu. But the moment I launch that simple file browser, the whole app freezes up rock solid. Nothing happens no more. Not good :-( Update: It is defintely impossible(!!) to install anything but a (very) limited set of apps on this thing and it doesn't support portable apps for one bit. Of all things portables should be the easiest to run. Go figure!
Doesn't work on most applications. Works well enough on the listed ones to start installing and crash. Tested on Samsung Galaxy S7. Don't buy for Android yet. I want my $30 back.
Great App I have been using exagear with my Android and my Raspberry Pi. I did have a few issues installing . msi files and getting applications to fit in the screen. Perhaps having a winetricks option would be nice.
It is most useful for your device Use Multiple apps at time like as Desktop.