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Seeking to port Android to my client's device

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Seeking to port Android to my client's device

Postby CookedGryphon » Mon Nov 30, 2009 7:34 pm

My client is quite a small company producing cheap rugged devices which currently run Windows CE.

Hardware wise they should be perfectly capable of running Android and the advantages of doing so are obvious. They are willing to provide all device APIs, specifications and existing drivers, whatever information they can. Is there anyone who would be able to offer advice in how to go about porting android to this platform, or who would like to take on/help with the project (while my client doesn't have a massive budget, there is some money set aside for this project)

Thanks

(note: ideally you would be UK based, though that isn't essential)
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