[Q] Is it possible for a WinCE MIPS Device to Load up a MIPS Android?
Let's see. I have a Casio E-750, an Old PocketPC
which has a 200mhz NEC VR4131 MIPS Processor
and has a 32mb of RAM and 32mb of ROM
and could load almost any --big--
CF card (I actually tried loading up an 8GB CF card and it worked.) Around the year 2000-2003, I see sites rising up telling that you can actually Boot a Linux in your old PocketPC during those days, People made that possible using a bootloader. CyaCE
. It's a boot loader almost similar to GRUB, i think. Though I'm not so sure if it actually erases your ROM and replaces it with the bootloader.
There's an Android System Image for MIPS floating around the Android SDK.
Around Year 2010 (correct me if i'm wrong) one of you guys made HARET and made Booting Android possible to all ARM based Windows Mobile Devices.
I came up with the idea of Using CyaCE (Since it's the only bootloader for MIPS) to use it as a bootloader for this little old thing I have and just put up the Android MIPS System Image on it.
Is it POSSIBLE for such a thing to happen that this Old.Old Thing here Could ever load Android?