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Topic # 60102 19-Apr-2010 14:12
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hi there,

Can anyone please tell me whether or not it is possible (and easy enough) to install Google Android 2.1 on an existing i-mate JasJam running on Windows Mobile 5.0 PocketPC HTC Innovation Herm100? Also, if possible, please provide any links where I can download the Android 2.1 os and any supporting forums threads on this issue. I know it's a big ask but any response is much appreciated.

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WN 

[Moderator edit (MF): moved to correct forum. If you post in the wrong forum you don't get as many replies]


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  Reply # 320241 19-Apr-2010 14:33
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Hi Weng,

Not only did you post this in the wrong forum (there's a Mobile handsets forum here), you missed the Forum Usage Guidelines completely.

Please read this first to learn how to get the best out of Geekzone: http://www.geekzone.co.nz/content.asp?contentid=1046

And to answer your question: I don't think the JasJam supports Android. See this forum for more info: http://forum.xda-developers.com/forumdisplay.php?f=306




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  Reply # 320243 19-Apr-2010 14:37
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Sorry, matey. And thanks for the prompt reply.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 320387 19-Apr-2010 18:44
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You won't get Android going on that device. You won't have enough ram to boot Android. The TP2 which is a much newer device with more ram and even that struggles to run a cut down version of Android 2.1 and I have done this.

So for all intents and purposes, the answer for you is pretty much no.




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