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Mobile hacker Brandon Roberts has managed to shoehorn Android onto his N900 along with the Maemo 5 OS for a dual boot setup. [via livbit]

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  1. Christian Berger says:

    I mean the N900 is running perfectly fine Debian Linux. Why would anybody even want to run Android on it?

    1. samsearcher says:

      I think this is really interesting and would like to try it on my N900 just because it can be done. I would would even install windows on it if could be done, now that would be really lame. You Maemo fan-boys make me sick I say hack it any way you can. Maemo-MeGo HoMo

  2. Anonymous says:

    Nokia is right when they refer to this device as a Mobile computer. I’ve been using it for almost a week and it surpasses all my expectations, and bear in mind that Nokia will be pushing updates to the OS to make it even better. 

  3. Anonymous says:

    Nokia is right when they refer to this device as a Mobile computer. I’ve been using it for almost a week and it surpasses all my expectations, and bear in mind that Nokia will be pushing updates to the OS to make it even better. 

  4. Anonymous says:

    Nokia is right when they refer to this device as a Mobile computer. I’ve been using it for almost a week and it surpasses all my expectations, and bear in mind that Nokia will be pushing updates to the OS to make it even better. 

  5. Anonymous says:

    Nokia is right when they refer to this device as a Mobile computer. I’ve been using it for almost a week and it surpasses all my expectations, and bear in mind that Nokia will be pushing updates to the OS to make it even better. 

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