Bringin’ the noise, bringin’ the funk. Google is working on an Android Live CD for your Desktop OS’ing pleasure. Thanks to a tip off from our resident coder Devolio, we’re able to report that Google is working on a downloadable Android OS that can be burned to a cd and run on your desktop computer from said CD without any installation to your harddrive necessary.
This is still in its infancy, but if you were to download it, it is fully bootable.. A few screen shots, courtesy of Devolio, for your drooling pleasure:
Please note, that this is not your grandmothers emulating software; this is the real deal. Now all they need is a Puppy Linux type of install and we’d be set!
After a second look over, this isn’t a release from Google. This is a community project run by Android enthusiasts. FSM bless the open source community.
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TAGS: Android Live