Android ported successfully to HTC Touch Pro2

12 Mar
2010
Muhammad Ali


Just by the title of the post, you would have probably guess what the post is all about. More importantly, you would have guessed the genius folks behind it right? Yes, you are bang on target. XDA folks have done it again. They have managed to successfully port Android OS on the Windows Mobile powered HTC Touch Pro2. HaRET was used to boot the Google mobile OS on the Sprint’s CDMA based phone. Video has been included at the end of the post which will tell you about the degree of success that this port managed to achieve.

While watching the video I noticed the following points of the ported OS:

  • Hardware Keys functionality.
  • Fully functioning call system.
  • Send/Receive SMS.
  • Data exchange.
  • Smooth performance.
  • Notifications.
  • App Tray.
  • Customize Homescreen.
  • Browser lags randomly.
  • Functional Android Market.
  • GPS not working.
  • Working Accelerometer which lags just a bit.

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