Android developer Max Keller and his team of developers have successfully run Android on Nintendo Switch.
Android is an operating system for smartphones and tablets developed by Google. The Switch version of Android conforms to the dimensions of the screen, and from what we can tell it has been modified to support both the touchscreen and button controls:
— Max Keller (@langer_hans) February 23, 2019
Keller says the Switch version of Android is still running a little laggy as GPU drivers “aren’t working as they should be yet”, so they are relying on CPU based graphics for now. Android Switch supports both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
You should have probably noticed by now there’s been a lot of Android news on NintendoSoup lately. Don’t forget to check out Android running Nintendo Switch, which is still in its infancy.
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