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  1. Built-in Applications
  2. General

    Normal Desktop Customized Desktop with Widgets
    Applications Menu Quick Search

    Internet Surfing
    New York Times
    Wikipedia Weather Channel
    Add a Bookmark Multiple Windows

    Wifi Settings

    Turn on Wifi Configure Wifi AP
    Wifi Connected Wifi Infomation

    Ethernet Configuration

    Turn on Ethernet Configure Ethernet Device


    Music Album Listen Music
    Play Video Adjust Volume by Hotkeys


    View Thumbnails View a Photo
    Slide Show Share Photo


    JetBoy Lunar Lander


    Select Locales Traditional Chinese
    Simplified Chinese Japanese
    Korean Greek

    Power Off Dialog

    Pressing Power Button Power Off Confirm

    Powering Off

    Virtual Machine

    Boot to VESA mode Virtual Box
    Play Music on Qemu Browser (1024x768)

  3. Third Party Applications
  4. AndAppStore

    Search Applications Downloading
    Downloaded Complete Installation Confirm

    Rock On - Music Player

    Rock On Controls Playing Music

    File Manager

    OI File Manager AndExplorer

    Android VNC

    Setup Connect to Remote

  5. Installation
  6. Boot Selection Select Devices
    Boot Selection Installation Complete
This is a project to port Android open source project to x86 platform, formerly known as "patch hosting for android x86 support". The original plan is to host different patches for android x86 support from open source community. A few months after we created the project, we found out that we could do much more than just hosting patches. So we decide to fork our code base that will provide android x86 support on different x86 platforms, and set up a git server to host it. To reflect this major change, we create this new project. Tested platforms The tests are done by the project members and others from android-porting group. * Most Eee PC Models, including o 701 o 701SD o 900 o 900A o 901 o 904HD o 1000 o 1000HE o 1000HD o 1005HAG o S101 o T91 (VESA mode), touchscreen works. o Eee Top 1602C (VESA mode), touchscreen works. o Lenovo ThinkPad x61 Tablet Except T91 and Eee Top, all can run the native resolutions (800x480 or 1024x600) via i915 driver. Thanks to the kernel mode setting (kms) feature introduced in kernel 2.6.29. Features The following features are available in the latest test build (get it). * Kernel 2.6.29, KMS enable * Wifi support with GUI * Ethernet configuration GUI * Better disk installer * Power Suspend/resume (S3 mode) * Battery Status * Software mouse cursor * Mouse wheel * Support netbook native resolution * Audio (ALSA) * V4l2 Camera support * External monitor support * External storage auto mount support * Support external keyboard * Proxy settings * Debug mode with busybox * Bluetooth Source code We provides a complete, compilable and workable source tree. Read GetSourceCode for how to use it. You can also browse the code online. Development (2009/11) What we are working on now * Merge Android 2.0 (Eclair) (beyounn, completed) * Multiple platforms support (cwhuang) * Update to kernel 2.6.32 (iksaif, completed) * Touch screen calibration (bhundven) * Camera support for Eclair (Swan and Wallace) To do list * support external monitor * improve bluetooth support * better power management * multi-touch touchpad support * support 3G and GPS * test out all default applications Join us If you are interesting in running Android on PC or netbook, consider to join us. See how to contact us. Credit * Dima Zavin , the original guy ported the Android to EeePC 701 * Lim , Wrote original "HOWTO Build Android-X86 Full Source" and "How to use x86 android platform on virtualbox " * Chen Yang for the instructions on the how to make boot-able image and how to build Android for VMware, and investigations on almost all of the build breaks and run time issues * Jackie Wu for the fix in alarm.c * Niels Keeman for the investigation on the path issue in the battery service jni code, v4l2 camera support (android-m912 project) * Luca Belluccini for the first patch to fix the path issue in the battery service jni code * Kevin Jeng for adding the mouse wheel support * Andrew Hughes for the works on iwlwifi4965 and Thinkpad x61 testing Of course, there are other people who gave helps. But there are too many e-mails and it is very hard for me to go through each e-mail to find the related person to list here. So, if you think we missed your name here, please kindly drop us an e-mail ( contact at ).