Intel would be the name on your lips, assuming you have been on the lookout to find a way to enjoy the Android platform on your desktop or your notebook, and have given it a go with pre-alpha builds of software which tend to carry a whole lot of bugs with them. Well, Intel, has just rolled out an Intel-optimized build of Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean which is now capable of dual booting alongside Windows 8 as an operating system, now how about that?
One must stress, however, that the recently introduced build of Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean was specially rolled out for developers and for folks who think that they fall under the “most enthusiastic of enthusiasts” category. It is not all fun and games, but there is a bunch of new options to consider, as the new code has been built on the Linux 3.8 kernel, and sports a new interactive installer, with of course, the aforementioned ability to dual-boot on a Windows 8 system. Can you smell a spanking new update for the Motorola RAZR i in the works already?
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