Is Google Testing Andromeda "Hybrid OS" On The Nexus 9?

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  1. DroidModderX

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    There have been rumors swirling around that Google is working on a Hybrid OS which would merge Android together with Chrome OS. This hybrid would make for a one size fits all OS that would work for tablets and cell phones alike. Google may be getting closer to realizing this goal.

    Sources have found references to the Nexus 9 in AOSP code associated with the Hybrid OS. Who knows if Google is looking to release the OS on a tablet as old as the Nexus 9 or are just using the device to test the software. Either way I would love to test the PC like software. Who knows maybe we will see something at the October 4th event.

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    Looks very exciting. I am anxious to see Google take Android and Chrome OS and make it device universal similar to how Microsoft has done with its OS. With "one size fits all", your screens will always look either identical or at the very least well formatted no matter what size screen and on what device you use it. Bring it on.

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