A: I refactored thos pages and separated the content between installation (Android on Freerunner), development (Android porting) and usage (Android usage). I think it's more clear than before where there was duplicate content and content for different audiances mixed. --jernst 17:09, 26 January 2009 (UTC)
Scanning for Files That Use the ARMv5TE ISA
"exit -1" does not work with every /bin/sh. Anyway, if you want to give a hint, make it look like this:
if [ $# -ne 1 ]; then echo "usage: $0 android-directoy" exit 255 fi
New Images (10th November)
Sean uploaded new Images today (10th November), but I can't find a changelog :-(
Android compared to OpenMoko OS?
As a layman (ie. non-Hacker) I would personally love to see an indepth comparison between the Android OS and the OpenMoko OS, from the point of view of the user / consumer, as of the moment.
In other words, I would love to see (for example) what I would be getting if I installed Android on the Freerunner, feature-wise, as opposed to keeping the already installed OS. I think I would also be interested if it would be a good idea, feature-wise, to ditch the T-Mobile G1's (aka. HTC Dream's) native Android installation for OpenMoko OS.
You know, just to get the competitive spirit going ;)
(Btw, right now an unlocked HTC Dream and a Freeruner both cost US$399...) --Lemi4 01:22, 18 February 2009 (UTC)
Does Android really run this slow or is my Freerunner in bad shape? There is a half second delay between clicking and anything happening on screen. The API finger-painting demo is also laughably slow. On the other hand, the SurfaceView Overlay runs at (what I consider) a reasonable speed for the hardware.