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.
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- 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.
- 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.
- "Development History". yunos.os. Abgerufen am 2017-10-14.
On July 28, 2011, YunOS under Alibaba Group was officially launched
- 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.