Thursday, July 16, 2009

LiveAndroid change PC to "no speech smartphone"

This Google's program allows users to explore this operating system on x86 systems instead to put money to buy G1 phone or HTC Magic.

First, users download a "LiveCD image" of Google Android (Cupcake version 1.5) and write to a disk. After bringing the disk into CD-ROM and reboot the computer, they can learn the foundation of Google without installation or affect other files in hard drive through the virtual technology.

However, some original test shows LiveAndroid does not support Wi-Fi and audio. More at

LiveAndroid screen.

Interface system is quite nice on the laptop.

Users can try the standard package in the system.

Photos: PCMag.


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