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{{note|Development on this feature can be done without running pmOS on a real device with [[QEMU]].}}
 
{{note|Development on this feature can be done without running pmOS on a real device with [[QEMU]].}}
  
'''[https://anbox.io Anbox]''' runs Android apps on Linux by running a (trimmed down?) version of Android next to Linux in a container.
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'''[https://anbox.io Anbox]''' runs Android apps on Linux by running a (trimmed down?) version of Android next to Linux in a container. Using Anbox with Gapps installed would make it possible for a user to have both needed, sandboxed applications run alongside of native Linux programs. Having this working could be a major assistant in switch people off of Android into an operating that respects user privacy
  
 
See issue {{issue|17|pmaports}} for current progress.
 
See issue {{issue|17|pmaports}} for current progress.
  
 
[[Category:Technical Reference]]
 
[[Category:Technical Reference]]

Revision as of 21:32, 18 January 2020

Consider using native Linux programs instead, see FAQ.
Development on this feature can be done without running pmOS on a real device with QEMU.

Anbox runs Android apps on Linux by running a (trimmed down?) version of Android next to Linux in a container. Using Anbox with Gapps installed would make it possible for a user to have both needed, sandboxed applications run alongside of native Linux programs. Having this working could be a major assistant in switch people off of Android into an operating that respects user privacy

See issue pmaports#17 for current progress.