Thursday, November 22, 2007

Android - Runs on a real hardware

Here is a clip to show you Android running on a real hardware, Armadillo-500.



All credit is due to Ben "Benno" Leslie for his incredible work. All I've done is put them together.

By the way, the kernel is compiled as OABI with two additional feature enabled.
  • EABI support
  • OpenBinder

The kernel itself doesn't have to be EABI to run EABI binaries.

4 comments :

Nicolas said...

Hi. Great job! Did you compile the Kernel from Google sources or did you patch your own kernel with OpenBinder support (if so which patches did you use?).
Android can run on a Sharp Zaurus but it needs the custom Kernel with OpenBinder support.

Jooky said...

Nice!!!.
Please, Could you give me some tips to know how to port it to my board?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qIBE5FNIgWY

Looking forward to hearing from you soon

Josue said...

I love the computer-related issues when I was in college did a study called bluetooth laser keyboard, where I learned a lot about the kind of blue-tooth technology, which is super interesting.

Dakuro said...

When we got windows millenium here in Generic Viagra labs, every computer in the building takes 10 minutes to start haha I couldn't believe it was so amazing...