ChipDoc, on 18 June 2011 - 05:36 PM, said:
Welcome to the forums, Mikerla!
That is a VERY good question. There's actually quite a lot available to run - you can install anything using apt-get or Synaptic - but what about those Android apps? Possibly they can be converted to .BOD files on an as-requested basis as other apps are now. But I don't know if that's something we can do with Android apps, and wouldn't really know how to go about discovering the answer.
But that's a REALLY good question to be asking as we forge ahead into the land of Android hardware. Thanks, Mikerla!
Not sure there is a thing as Android-Hardware.
There is hardware that needs an OS to make it useful. And that could be Windows, iOS, Android or another Linux-based OS, maybe there are even others.
People ought to be able to choose what they want on it. That choice includes the choice for apps. Having windows you are limited to apps that are available for windows, so are the apple apps and android apps. Using Bodhi based on debian leaves you with apps that come as .deb or you need to compile from source.
So far Bodhi works (as most linuxes) very well with intel and AMD processors, but not on the ARM processor or other processors especially developed for mobile. And that is what will change when Jeff succeeds his mission.
Just my two cents,