Android 2.3.1 ‘Gingerbread’ Gets Ported to Nokia N900

This may come as a surprise to some, but for everyone else it’ll be a relief. Nokia N900, which runs on the OS Maemo, is a great tool for developers and crazy guys who like to hack and break into their phones and make it do awesome things, but for a normal user, Maemo can be quite twitchy.

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Obviously the Nokia N900 has awesome features that enables it to run Android and other OS’s on its hardware. A few days ago DrunkDebugger started working on a platform transplant for the Nokia N900, the idea being ‘to successfully transplant Maemo with the new Android 2.3.1 a.k.a Gingerbread’.

It’s still a work-in-progress though, as all the features of the Android OS aren’t quite functional on the Nokia N900.

Check out the video for Android 2.3.1 running on Nokia N900:

Let us know if you have ported your Nokia N900 to run any other OS.

One thought on “Android 2.3.1 ‘Gingerbread’ Gets Ported to Nokia N900

  1. wat else we need . thts a perfect one

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