Surfing the internet constantly hearing about Open Source, Linux, Android and going crazy with curiosity to try it on your Windows Mobile device? This guide will explain step by step how to install the famous operating system from Google on your WM smartphone. Android is an open source operating system based on Linux Kernel. Has multiple functions and a huge saving of resources than Windows Mobile and therefore much faster than the latter.
Given the radical diffusion in the market for this OS, there are many network applications that are specifically developed for Android and not feel any lack of Windows Mobile. However, already installed as soon as you find useful in apps including Processes Manager, Explorer, a crowded market and unbelievable but also the terminal. Linux (Root permissions are enabled phone) I leave you only imagine what you can do with a Linux terminal on a smartphone.
Contrary to popular belief, the greatest threat to Microsoft in the smartphone market is not Apple's iPhone, but our favorite system: Google Android. This OS has taken the place of Windows Mobile as a manufacturer Multi OS, HTC to Samsung. The biggest advantage of Android for the manufacturers is its price: they must pay for Windows 7 Phone, while the use of Android is free. Microsoft is well aware of this problem and has recently launched a campaign to demonstrate that Android was not worth the trouble. As part of this campaign it launched last weekend a lawsuit for wrongful use of patent against Motorola, one of the first Android smartphone manufacturers in the world.
Microsoft said that Android is not free, you must pay the patent for him. Even if Google is not part of this trial, it is easy to guess who is the real objective of this strategy, this step is interpreted as particularly desperate. In short, many high-end phones for a system that will be quite innovative in the user experience but also a brand new operating system. Microsoft chose to start from scratch, integrating Xbox Live and Zune as well as 6 hubs: Contacts (Windows Live, Twitter and Facebook), images, games, music (Zune Marketplace, FM Radio) and Video Marketplace and Office (Office, Outlook Mobile, and One Note).