List of platforms that android has been ported to

by Elvis Dowson » Sat, 01 Aug 2009 05:41:56 GMT


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 Hi,
       I'd just like to start a thread to list all the platforms that
android has been ported to, so please feel free to reply to this
thread and add to the list.

ARM7 core - TI OMAP 3503/3530 platform
x86

Has anyone done a port of android to a 16-bit microprocessor platform?
Possibly a Freescale or Samsung ARM core variant?

Elvis Dowson
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List of platforms that android has been ported to

by Dafydd Monks » Sat, 01 Aug 2009 07:15:06 GMT


 I think that the big two here are ARM (for most applications Android
will be used for) and x86 for netbooks, etc. The older ARM cores are
still 32bit, but I can't see Android running on an ARM4 or ARM5 core -
but I've not really got the experience to tell you there, its just my
hunch from knowing what I know of those platforms.

Ooh, and I don't think it's possible to port Android to a 16bit MCU...
the Linux kernel is inherently 32Bit. Even if you could, I'm not sure
what the advantages would be as realistically it's only going to be
32bit platforms that are attractive.

Ooh, and to add my personal experience to this, I can confirm that
Android works nicely on the Asus EEE-7x series (x86)... and works well
from a USB stick on that platform. Not tried it on a full PC.

~Dafydd




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List of platforms that android has been ported to

by Howard M. Harte » Mon, 03 Aug 2009 10:32:02 GMT


 I ported it to a Sophia Systems Sandgate 2g (PXA270) platform, but
never got the touchscreen to work correctly.  It was usable with a USB
mouse and keyboard, and the filesystem was on Compact FLASH.

-Howard





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List of platforms that android has been ported to

by Xinyu Chen » Mon, 03 Aug 2009 16:58:03 GMT


 


Android has been ported onto Freescale's:
i.MX31, ARMv6
i.MX37, ARMv6
i.MX51, ARM Cotex A8

BR
Xinyu Chen
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List of platforms that android has been ported to

by mizmit1222 » Thu, 06 Aug 2009 14:41:14 GMT


 Hi,

I've ported Android on to;
Sharp Zaurus C3000 - PXA270 (Armv5)
Beagleboard - OMAP3530 (Cortex A8)
A router - Marvell Orion 88F5181L (Armv5)

Regards,





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