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I have recently installed Remix OS (A version of Android x86 modded for use on the desktop) alongside Ubuntu 14.04 using this guide. It consisted of extracting the files from the ISO, pasting them into a folder at the root, adding a GRUB entry, and that's it! No need for partitioning the HDD...

Now, I heard that Phoenix OS was better than Remix OS and I would like to try it out. I tried to find a way to install Phoenix OS alongside Ubuntu, but I didn't seem to find anything.

So my question is, how can I dual boot Phoenix OS and Ubuntu? Preferably without needing to partition my HDD...

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    Have you tried the exact same guide but changing to Phoenix OS .iso file and the name from the /remix to /phoenix? – Christopher Díaz Riveros Aug 19 '17 at 17:54
  • Thanks. This seems to be working... Should have occurred to me... – Abraham Murciano Benzadon Aug 19 '17 at 18:42
  • no problem :) good luck with your phoenix os – Christopher Díaz Riveros Aug 19 '17 at 18:44

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