Linux on HTC

Android builds come from the AOSP kitchen of Stinedb and the XDAndroid Kernel Developers. I try to keep the OS builds as up to date as possible within this article. This in not an emulator, nor is it a full ROM! Haret.exe closes down Windows, and boots Linux off of your Storage Card to launch Android. To boot back to WinMo all you need to do is reset your handset!

Downloads

Android v2.2 Froyo (FRX02): This build is completely stock, directly pulled from the stinebd repo, with some updated gapps packages. Stock Launcher2 Home and stock theme. WM Start-up Utility with Update tool.

Download direct from our cluster (superb speeds!).

Instructions for .cab:
If you are having trouble booting after installing this over an old version of android, make sure that you delete data.img file from your SD card.

1. Copy to SD card
2. Install: This .cab has to be installed directly to your SD card or it will not work!
3. Soft Reset your handset
4. Run Project Android (MJGDroidUtil.exe) from your new start menu icon and enjoy!

Important: You might need to update your .NET compact framework. Just download and install into your device the following file:

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/confirmation.aspx?FamilyID=e3821449-3c6b-42f1-9fd9-0041345b3385&displaylang=en

Linux Booting!   Android on HTC touch pro2

Posted on: 08/02/2011








Penny, posted on 04/11/10 07:57:39
I've finally figured out how to get Microsoft.net framework onto a windows mobile device. First you have to download the latest microsoft.net framework on your PC. You can go to Download details: .NET Compact Framework 3.5 Redistributable Then you need to install it on your computer. Once installed go to the location where it was installed, on my computer it was C:\Program Files\Microsoft.NET\SDK\CompactFramework\v3.5\Wind owsCE. In that folder there will be a lot of files. There should be 7 files that are compatible with PPC/windows mobile etc. For windows mobile find the one labeled NETCFv35.wm.armv4i Copy this file to your windows mobile device and open it from there. It's a hasstle but now I don't get any errors when opening games.
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