Android 7.0 Nougat take to get to your smartphone, but it works in the Raspberry Pi 3
The new version of the mobile platform Google still maintains the main drawback of this development. That only a privileged few can use the short run Android 7.0 Nougat is only available for several of the Nexus phones, but the vast majority of users Android smartphones have to wait weeks or months to get the official update them … if they come.
There are other ways to enjoy Android 7.0 Nougat, and that is where the Raspberry Pi 3 come, they already have available a version of this platform ready to run on them. The owners of this versatile miniPC be accessed by both the news available on Android, although the version is still in full swing.
Responsible for its creation is Peter Yoon, already in the past had prepared several Android ROMs, including a version of Android TV project for Raspberry Pi.
Although there are problems of stability and performance, it does include novel features that work seamlessly as split screen mode. That may soon give more meaning to all those projects that allow you to use the RPI as a base of small but unique portable with that philosophy maker that can deliver amazing performance.
It is curious that Google has never given official support to the Raspberry Pi something that does make Microsoft with Windows 10 IoT Core – but fortunately community developers have managed to translate the virtues of this mobile operating system for these devices.