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Android on Nokia

Can I install android on a Nokia phone?

Is Android available for other phones except the HTC T-Mobile G1?
Can i install it on my Nokia or Blackberry?

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  • Anonymous Feb 27, 2009

    currently which mobiles support Android OS.I want name of the companies with model numbers.Or a good link.
    And how to install Android on android enabled phones with steps.


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In some cases it is Possible to Port the Android OS ontoa phone, it has to meet certain hardware requirements though which i am unable to find at work for you due to my internet being Blocked out ! if you search online on Google for some sort of Android OS Porting advice. im sure you will find something !

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