Installing Android on Nokia Phones having Symbain OS

by Shiv » Thu, 29 Oct 2009 04:14:28 GMT


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 Hello,

I would like to know what are the possibalities of installing Android
on Nokia Phone which have symbian S40 or S60 installed on them.

I took a look and some groups who have installed it on Nokia Internet
Tablets which use Maemo platform which inturn is Linux. However I
didnt get any info on how this could be done for Symbian based phones.

Any info would be very useful.

Best Regards,
Shiv...

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