Originally Posted by EVOuser94
Uhm, kind of.... You will have to have some sort of ROM running, unless you built it yourself... Ubuntu touch is available but its gonna have to be ported to this phone, cyanogenmod is about the closest thing you get to native Android. Sense is just a skin that HTC uses just as Touchwiz is a skin for Samsung. You can remove all Sense from the phone and run native Android, which is built off of Linux but not a part of Linux per say...
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elaborate on Uhm, kind of... I'd like to know what you see.
Where i'm at with the thought is at the kernel for starters, it is linux kernel right ?
meaning if you put a hat on a pig the pig is still a pig
and as far as the vnc trip i'vd pull stuff out of the experiments ann then messed with them
some things worked, some things with linker error, and of course permission denied
there's a barrier between android/linux but i think it's flimsy
i had one succes with cross compiling something one time from a tutorial
so my thought was if i get a handle on the dependencies for any small linux program
cross compile it for arm and get it to work then i'm not entirely off
yes, no maybe ?