Android on X86: We have Google’s Power

We were overjoyed to hear that Intel x86 can now run Android. That would mean the Host and Targets can some day have the same platform for development. This is Great news!!

Here is the link to the Project page:

or are the Official Intel Website giving the Instructions to installing Android on x86:

Here is the Video of Android Running on Intel N450 based Systems:

This is the Link:

If you wish you too can buy these boards here:

Intel Atom Dev Kits Link

Let us know if you get some of them..


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