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Question [Q] Android on my HTC Trophy 7

Dear Amazing developers,
I am sure you have encountered this question several times but I just need to understand if I can install Android system on my HTC Trophy 7, I am hating how microsoft is hounding their users in such stupid way. Please advise.


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Not possible....yet. But, team from XDA.CN are working on Android ROM currently for HTC HD7. I think that if they make it for HD7, it could be done for all wp7s out there...
Here's the video about their progress.



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Not possible....yet. But, team from XDA.CN are working on Android ROM currently for HTC HD7. I think that if they make it for HD7, it could be done for all wp7s out there...
Here's the video about their progress.



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thank you so much, do u know an estimate or a time range?
 
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Unfortunately noone does... I can guess that it might me avalible in let's say 1 month or more... If you ask me, I would love it to be avalible tomorrow, but i highly
doubt it happening.

We can only say thumbs up for this project and keep our fingers crossed that they
don't encounter heavy problems during the realisation of this project!
 
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looooooool... Yep thats exactly what am doing RIGHT NOW
 
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I can wait , just cant get into WP7 Ive tried and tried to like it but its still a 50/50 thing.
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i think if the HD7 has nand Android i think its not so hard to port then Android
to Trophy and Mozart because they has the same CPU.
 
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I can wait , just cant get into WP7 Ive tried and tried to like it but its still a 50/50 thing.
Why don't you just sell you WP7 phone and get yourself a new Android device ? The market price on a Trophy is as high as it's going to be, so you'll get the most for it now.

Also you don't not have to worry about Hacking Android to get it on the phone, that sometimes might not offer the best performace or hardware not working correctly.

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Is there anything new about putting Android on HTC Trophy, since last reply and asking about this was about the end of April..?

Thanks, and thumbs up for developers...
 
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