Android 3.2 hacked into a netbook, Asus performs best
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An opportunity arrives for the old Asus Eee PC which will let you put an extra life on the netbook. The Android Honeycomb can be installed to these PC’s with a new hack to this platform.
An initiative called the Android-x86 has hacked the Android 3.2 version, they have been working on porting of the Android open source code to different platforms. They have made it possible with the help of a few steps and download and after you will be able to run the Android 3.2 version on the PC which is mainly designed for the Tablet PC’s.
They are also currently working on getting the same for the Ice Cream Sandwich too. They also said that they have had more luck with the Asus Eee PC’s and also suggested that this OS will not be supported by the Window’s based Machines.
They also commented that if you install the Android version properly then you will also be able to include applications from Android Market.