Android-X86 on 18/7/2012, 1:31 am#1
In case you did not know...
Android-X86 is an open source project in which users can port the versions of the Android operating system with their machines.
There are some builds for specific targets (tablets, laptops)
and some that are generally built as a template for developers to edit themselves.
Just a few days ~ a new build for the Lenovo S10-3T just came out (Christmas came early) so it's an active community of android-tricksters.
Should any of you would like to give some android-x86 a try...
there's a cool live feature in which you can boot your machine with the android os without installing anything - all memory +
It's really simple to do ...if you have a usb drive > plug it in.
1.) download the android image build
2.) download http://www.linuxliveusb.com
-this program will create your bootable drive
reboot > set your bios to boot usb > choose android live