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By d-two, Recognized Developer on 17th April 2012, 08:38 PM
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It is confirmed the Android port for Blueangel work on Harrier!!!

look here...
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there any chances to run Android on Himalaya??
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there any chances to run Android on Himalaya??

in some time, but now i'm working on Blueangel
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Good news - d-two

If Android will be available with a happy to test
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I tried d-two's Android for Blueangel on my Harrier, it works.
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Good news - d-two

If Android will be available with a happy to test

I agree
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Wifi for Android Harrier
As the bootloader of the forthcoming Android version supports SDHC up to 16GB, the following card may be a solution:
http://www.ebay.de/itm/SanDisk-EYE-F...item2a2667609b
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As the bootloader of the forthcoming Android version supports SDHC up to 16GB, the following card may be a solution:
http://www.ebay.de/itm/SanDisk-EYE-F...item2a2667609b

Up to 32GB!
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As the bootloader of the forthcoming Android version supports SDHC up to 16GB, the following card may be a solution:
http://www.ebay.de/itm/SanDisk-EYE-F...item2a2667609b

Unfortunately, the Eye-Fi cards do not support SDIO and does not expose the Wi-Fi circuitry to the host. The host only sees a regular SDHC card. The wireless ability of the card is completely isolated from the host and is controlled by the MCU on the card. Neither the host nor the onboard MCU knows what the other is doing. The only thing Eye-Fi can do for the Harrier is let us copy photos taken on it wirelessly to the internet or to a PC running proprietary Eye-Fi software.
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Up to 32GB!

I beg your pardon, silly me!

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Unfortunately, the Eye-Fi cards do not support SDIO and does not expose the Wi-Fi circuitry to the host. The host only sees a regular SDHC card. The wireless ability of the card is completely isolated from the host and is controlled by the MCU on the card. Neither the host nor the onboard MCU knows what the other is doing. The only thing Eye-Fi can do for the Harrier is let us copy photos taken on it wirelessly to the internet or to a PC running proprietary Eye-Fi software.

Thank you. Wish your answer wouldn't be this disappointing... Found it on some fotographer site, and of course they don' care if their device uses WiFi. From the decriptions i found i couldn't tell if communication outside this Eye-Fi browser would be possible

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