Google has designed its immensely popular mobile OS Android to run on ARM based devices that are mostly used in the mobile arena. However, it don’t prevents some geeks out there to play around with the code and recompile the source code to run on x86 computers where Windows is so dominant these days. We have already seen the earlier versions of the Android to be ported to the x86 and the latest target was the newly released Gingerbread that has been successfully ported to the x86 architecture based computers.This build currently has broken Wi-Fi and sound functionality but otherwise should work fine according to the reports. It requires Java versions 1.6 and a 64-bit environment. via
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