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    How to make Android app works in Windows Mobile?

    Hi, Recently i bought Samsung Omnia which has Windows Mobile OS. I have some doubt. I know its silly but still want it to be cleared. I would like to know that is there any possibility of using Android App in our Windows Mobile Phone. Can we do any conversion??



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    Re: How to make Android app works in Windows Mobile?

    To make Android app works in window mobile:-
    To run Android you will need a microSD card that is typically a card less than 2GB and a *Windows Mobile phone .
    And you have to format the *microSD card.
    Then the first step to installing Android is finding the right Android port for your phone. You will need to find the port that works on your phone as well as the version of Android you want to run.*
    Once you have found the right port for your phone.
    Once you have moved the correct startup.txt file to the andboot folder, copy the entire andboot folder to the root of your newly formatted microSD card.
    Plug the microSD card back in the phone and open the file browser on your phone and browse to the memory card. Make sure the phone is plugged.
    Open the andboot folder and run haret.exe.
    Once the basic Linux settings are done your new “Android” phone will boot to a welcome screen
    You should get some scrolling text and probably a nice Android logo.*
    Change any settings and install any apps you want

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    Re: How to make Android app works in Windows Mobile?

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    Interested in Android but think you need to buy a new phone to try it out? Actually, your Windows Mobile phone may already have the capability of running Android. Today we show you how and the type of phone you’ll need
    To run Android you will need a microSD card that is not SDHC (typically a card less than 2GB) and a supported Windows Mobile phone (see below). You can check your microSD card compatibility by looking at the card to see if it shows the “HC” label.
    The microSD card will need to be formatted in FAT32. Plug the microSD card into the computer and right click on it and choose format.
    Now that the microSD card is formatted, the first step to installing Android is finding the right Android port for your phone (see below). You will need to find the port that works on your phone as well as the version of Android you want to run. Versions start at 1.0 but typically you will find ports for version 1.6 or 2.1.Once you have found the right port for your phone and Android version you want to use, extract the files to a folder using 7-zip .
    After the files have extracted there should be a folder called “andboot”. Go into the andboot folder and there will be another folder called “startup config” or “startup”. Open this folder and you will need to find the right startup.txt file for your phone. Inside each folder will be a single “startup.txt” file. Copy the file for your phone model to the root of the andboot folder. This file will tell Android what type of hardware you have, how big your screen is, how much RAM your phone has etc. so it is very important to choose the right file. If you are confused on what these phone names are please read below on finding your phone model.
    Once you have moved the correct startup.txt file to the andboot folder, copy the entire andboot folder to the root of your newly formatted microSD card.

    Plug the microSD card back in the phone and open the file browser on your phone and browse to the memory card. Make sure the phone is plugged into power before the next few steps because on some phones running on battery may cause the phone to hang.
    Open the andboot folder and run haret.exe. If the right startup.txt file is in the root of the andboot folder you should be able to click “Run” and you will get a quick loading screen while haret turns off Windows Mobile and starts up Android.
    You should get some scrolling text and probably a nice Android logo while the phone boots up the first time.
    Once the basic Linux settings are done your new “Android” phone will boot to a welcome screen so you can walk through the rest of the settings like setting up your email account

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