Android-x86 - Google Android Optimized For Netbooks

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Android-x86 is a project which provides an easy way to install Google Android on a Netbook. The latest version is based on Google Android v1.6 Donut and is optimized for x86 netbooks. It includes support for OpenGL on Intel 915 and 945 chipsets (Intel Atom), it's not restricted to low screen resolutions like the official Google Android. [...]

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