Posts Tagged ‘Android on Windows Mobile’

We have previously seen different Windows phones like HTC Touch Pro2, Touch HD and Touch Diamond2 running Android OS through an emulation software named Haret. For different reasons, developers so far have not been able to do the same for HTC HD2 which by far is the most superior Windows phone available today.

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Last month, we informed you about an emulation software named Haret which enabled Windows phones to run Android OS side by side with Windows Mobile 6.x. This solution required booting into Windows Mobile first, before you could run Android using Haret. But now, some folks at XDA-Developers have released a new software/tool named Gen.Y DualBOOT which enables Windows phone users to dual boot Windows Mobile and Android OS on the very same handset.

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It was only last month when we informed you about an emulation software named Haret which enabled Windows phones to run Android OS side by side with Windows Mobile 6.x. The initial release was not stable enough with lots bugs and broken functionality. But now, folks over at XDA forums have released a more stable version of Android OS for HTC Touch HD – which was one of the most popular Windows Mobile based device before HD2 dropped in.

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Do you want to test Android OS on your Windows Mobile phone? Well folks over at XDA-Developers have managed to (soft of) port Android 2.0.1 (Eclair) on selected Windows Mobile based HTC phones through an emulation software named Haret. If you have HTC Touch Diamond2, Touch Pro2 or Touch HD, you can go ahead and try it out to get a taste of Android OS on your Windows phone.

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Zenulator of XDA-Developers forum has managed to port the Android-powered HTC Sense UI from HTC Hero to several different Windows Phones. The ambitious project called vogue-hero is basically a complete port of the original Android Build from HTC Hero with Sense UI to HTC Touch – a Windows Phone.

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