Install Android on a LapTop

by Jean Guillon » Fri, 10 Apr 2009 01:52:24 GMT


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 Can I install Android on a Laptop ?

Thx

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Install Android on a LapTop

by Mark Murphy » Fri, 10 Apr 2009 06:13:33 GMT


 


That would probably be a question for whoever might be working on
porting Android to work on your variety of laptop.

You might consider scanning the archives of the [android-porting] Google
Group to see if anyone is porting Android to your desired hardware:

 http://source.android.com/discuss 

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