YunOS

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YunOS (also called Aliyun OS[1]) is a mobile operating system derived from Android and created by the chinese company Alibaba Group.[2] The system was officially released in July of 2011.[3]

Devices running YunOS are able to execute Android-Apps, however, Google classifies the system as being not compatible with Android, mostly because it does not meet the Android compatibility program.[4]

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  1. Ben Madison. "How To Enjoy YunOS Wallpapers on Android". Abgerufen am 2017-10-14. YunOS, also called Aliyun OS is a Linux distribution designed for smartphones, as well as other devices based on the Android Open Source Project. 
  2. Liam Spradlin (2012-09-15). "Aliyun App Store Confirmed To Be Distributing Pirated Android Apps, Many From Another Pirate Site". androidpolice.com. Abgerufen am 2017-10-14. Aliyun OS [...] is a Linux-based operating system built by Alibaba Group, China's largest Internet firm by transactions. While the OS doesn't use Dalvik, it is, for all intents and purposes, an Android clone. 
  3. "Development History". yunos.os. Abgerufen am 2017-10-14. On July 28, 2011, YunOS under Alibaba Group was officially launched 
  4. Jon Brodkin (2012-09-15). "Google blocked Acer’s rival phone to prevent Android "fragmentation"". arstechnica.com. Abgerufen am 2017-10-14. [...] Alibaba's Aliyun OS, which can run Android apps but hasn't met the requirements of the Android compatibility program.