Phoenix OS

Phoenix OS

Phoenix OS is based on Android operating system, and it is suitable for smart tablets, laptops, desktop computers and other large-screen devices. It inherits many features and functions of classic personal computer operating systems and also supports millions of mainstream Android applications. Phoenix OS adopts with the start menu as a comprehensive entrance of the system. Compared with traditional Android systems, Phoenix OS supports operation of multiple windows and multiple tasks, and easy mutual switching between applications, which greatly improves utilization efficiency. It supports classified file management, LAN access, global search, and even the mouse operation, window dragging and file decompression.

Phoenix OS v2.1.1

  • VirtualBox (VDI) 32bit Download Size: 818MB
    SHA256: bd5fd4ad5d79823a85e735ad913e82c75fa1a70f93b579eebc34bc057d4ec49e
  • VirtualBox (VDI) 64bit Download Size: 912MB
    SHA256: ecc7d4a01cafdcf85b71a1c5e5f3952e9ba0aa9af1d4ee309f6f46dac7242c1c
  • VMware (VMDK) 32bit Download Size: 824MB
    SHA256: 07dbfc8f3caa4f9e82f4941f29057743a24c2bddb95340680287922c1b7ab4a0
  • VMware (VMDK) 64bit Download Size: 926MB
    SHA256: 06aefc2a63a9352ca6bf6f31736323fbbd19f9389295384a70bfc772f11f2d54

Disable Mouse Integration for VirtualBox: Run virtual machine go to menu Machine > Disable Mouse Integration or simply press Right CTRL + i to enable/disable mouse integration.

Phoenix OS v1.2.3-277

  • VirtualBox (VDI) 32bit Download Size: 1.07GB
    SHA256: 557f3dd17909850d8e8dfc975cec4c4efe886c86f2b55949bfe5f8246c745455

Disable Mouse Integration for VirtualBox: Run virtual machine go to menu Machine > Disable Mouse Integration or simply press Right CTRL + i to enable/disable mouse integration.