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    Raspberri Pi on Android

    I hope the Andriod guys get a build that will run on the RasPI. From what I here the instruction set on the RasPi model A and Model B is not new enough to support a recent version of Andriod.
    It would be so cool to carry around a full Andriod computer on a board the size of a credit card.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozzy-FB View Post
    It would be so cool to carry around a full Andriod computer on a board the size of a credit card.
    i think they call that a smartphone....

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozzy-FB View Post
    I hope the Andriod guys get a build that will run on the RasPI. From what I here the instruction set on the RasPi model A and Model B is not new enough to support a recent version of Andriod.
    It would be so cool to carry around a full Andriod computer on a board the size of a credit card.
    I'd certainly be interested to play with an Android-Pi, but it'd have to be very specialised to be useful...

    Android is basically a locked down version of Linux designed for ease of use on portable devices so it has potential but would need some major tweaking to make it worthwhile I think (ICS would be great, but won't run on the R-Pi)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozzy-FB View Post
    It would be so cool to carry around a full Android computer on a board the size of a credit card.
    What about a full Android computer the size of a USB flash drive?


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    Almost there,they've just got to get the sound working properly.

    Android 4.0 Ported To Raspberry Pi - Muktware

    25 for a media centre with a bazillion applications. Not too bad.
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    anyone know anymore about this?

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