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Post time 2020-3-8 07:10:03 From the mobile phone | Show all posts |Read mode
Any android image with playstore

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Post time 2020-3-8 23:24:27 | Show all posts
I tried to myself for some time to install it. I didn't try to hard though.  Check out this link and see what you can do?  https://www.androidpit.com/how-to-install-the-play-store  

I believe most of the OS available from Opi are basic level and minimal software installs.  But why would they do that?  I can see where this is the best thing for developers because a minimal install is good for small installs.  In some applications you do not want all the other software running in the background. Stream lined with no interference from apps you do not want nor need.  From this level of install, it is still possible to add apps and continue to build for your specific needs. And O-Pi has a tutorial on how to build your own O-Pi OS which allows for the choices in software and hardware support within the OS.  That is only my best guess as to why the most basic installs are available.  Typically will fit on 8 gig drive and take less then a gig of compression for downloading.  Website data is a company expense and keeping the cost down to make and distribute data has to be managed to minimal to offer minimal pricing. All in all I'm guessing and trying to think why things are the way they are.  In the conclusion, these are not billion dollar I-Phones that try to keep the user satiated and in a box of user controls.  O-Pi builds the hardware and has the basic software to get a user a platform to grow in their own way.  Which is in Irony of their online company Shenzhen Software company;  Software not hardware.  Shenzhen Xunlong Software CO.,Limited   :-)   But that's my point of view.  ;-)  These are development boards which by nature are pointed to those who want to learn how to develop and are developing ideas in the tech universe.  Coming from Windows, I have learned so much about Linux and open source development from these boards.  
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Post time 2020-3-9 01:02:21 | Show all posts
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