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(Noticia) Android en Nokia N8

posiblemente mi futuro nokia N8 tendra android y problema resuelto

No es la primera vez que vemos Android en un Nokia pero si en uno con Symbian^3 precisamente lo más criticado de este N8 y con lo que muchos soñabais se ha hecho realidad, han conseguido instalar Android 2.3 en un Nokia N8.



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@jalanporfavor Hace más de 3 años
mm ps felicidades compa!! hhaahaah
@Angus_Young10 Hace más de 3 años
Buenas, te edité el título para que cumpla con las normas de la comunidad... puse el título un poco más descriptivo de paso, saludos
@la_mancha Hace más de 3 años
los malo es que perdes el usb on the go (symbian 3^ esta optimizado para eso) y ademas el procesador del nokia n8 es una mierda... lo que hace que sea rapido al n8 es que symbian 3^ utiliza el gpu también, es como si fuera de doble núcleo!!!
@Angus_Young10 Hace más de 3 años
Ahí le di +1 para nivelar jaja... creo que lo habrán hecho por ser un Nokia...
@josecabre Hace más de 3 años +1
siempre hay pajeros aburridos con su patetica vida que ponen -1 a todo....

un detalle respecto al nokia:resolucion nHD la cual no existe en android :/ hay que optimizar todo o ver a medias las apps
@Shaggy4 Hace más de 3 años
Escribir otra respuesta...http://www.clipset.net/samsung-y-apple-ponen-fin-a-la-era-de-nokia/
Ahi ta mejor :p
@faziten Hace más de 3 años +1
si al N8 le ponen android exitosamente le pego una patada al MM2 de mier $%$% y lo cambio por un N8

:baba:
@TINCHORIO3 Hace más de 3 años -1
Y no pensaste en un Atrix...? Ayer estaba hablando con un amigo mío que trabaja en Personal en Córdoba y justamente ayer le entraron 15 Motorola Atrix. O sea que ya están llegando, y el loco ya se reservó uno
@josecabre Hace más de 3 años

TINCHORIO3 dijo:Y no pensaste en un Atrix...? Ayer estaba hablando con un amigo mío que trabaja en Personal en Córdoba y justamente ayer le entraron 15 Motorola Atrix. O sea que ya están llegando, y el loco ya se reservó uno


ese celu es una masa pero hay 800 pesos de diferencia :/
@ayrton1991 Hace más de 2 años
yo tengo un defy y creo q despues de muchos años cambie de marca porque siempre obte por NOKIA y hasta ahora q tengo este motorola con android nose es como que no me va, pero bueno ya va llegar el N9 y lo voy a regalar a este ja
@Taino30 Hace más de 2 años
yo tengo un nokia n8 y la verdad quiero q pongan SO android en mi n8 cn todo lo q trae vale la pena espero por q no quiero un cel android o galaxy me gusta mi nokia n8 y si no lo harían bueno me quedo con mi nokia pero me compro un galaxy jajaj
@Taino30 Hace más de 2 años

maxi1632 dijo:aca creo que ta todo para flashearlo
y el que me dio -1 que me diga porq... xP

lo voy a leer y traducir si a alguien le interesa

N8x0Install Flashing How To - N8x0 - To Android And Back NEW HOWTO GUIDE FOR DJ_STEVES BUILDS (based on Android 1.6 Donut) --CHANGELOG-- Removed Google apps due to crashing and causing problems Edited init.rc memory settings to allow more memory to be used. Added E-Buddy Messenger Added ASTRO File Manager Added AndChat IRC Client Added Connectbot ssh/telnet client Added Snake Game Added Twidget Lite Widget Removed Voice Search/Dialer Home screen now allows adding/moving/deleting items Touch screen seems to be a bit inaccurate right at the bottom so try to keep off the very bottom edge - not too hard because buttons are fine size wish I would say this build is just about usable - it still crashes when it goes to sleep sometimes though (omap watchdog reboots it) Boot up does take some time so please be patient. RootFS: http://www.loadsofspace.net/nitdroid/rootfs-nitdroid-0.5.0.tar.bz2 Kernel: http://www.loadsofspace.net/nitdroid/zImage N8X0 Flashing Howto For Current Build: 2GB memory card minimum is recommended due to the partitioning I have setup. With this kernel image you have to use an external SD card. N810's internal SD card won't work because the kernel image is configured to boot from the external memory card. HOW-TO: Download above files to a working folder. Load up your favourite disk partitioning tool and partition the SD card as follows. The example below is an 8GB card: primary partition 1 = 1.43gb win95 lba type (vfat) pri partition 2 = 1.86gb linux swap pri partition 3 = 1.86gb linux (ext3) pri partition 4 = 2.48gb linux (ext3) Format the above partitions as needed. Parts 3 and 4 MUST be ext 3 as kernel does not have ext2 support currently. Mount partition 3 as the root partition e.g. using mount for an SD card on /dev/sdb /dev/sdb3 /mnt Create the data folder and mount partition 4 on it, again for an SD card on /dev/sdb mkdir /mnt/data mount /dev/sdb4 /mnt/data Extract the rootfs to the root and it should place files into the correct folders. Note: you must not leave out the p flag to tar. tar xjvvpf rootfs-nitdroid-0.5.0.tar.bz2 /mnt Unmount both partitions as they are now finished with. If you haven't already grab the Nokia flasher tool tablets-dev.nokia.com restricted downloads In the terminal run the command, assuming you put flasher in same folder as zimage. ./flasher-3.0-static -f -k zImage --enable-rd-mode -R Note: If you get the error 'Error claiming USB interface: Device or resource busy...." while attemptuing to flash, it is because automount or similar has mounted the n8x0 before the flash utility. To prevent this you must remove the kernel modules that recognise the N8x0 as a filesystem, using the commands: sudo modprobe -r cdc_phonet sudo modprobe -r phonet IMPORTANT: WHEN DEVICE REBOOTS AFTER FLASH, PULL THE BATTERY AND PUT IT BACK IN AND BOOT, AS THE KERNEL WILL PANIC IF YOU DONT Keep the cover open and be prepared to pull out the battery because the flashing+rebooting phase happens very quickly! You can put the battery back, close the tablet and boot normally after that. Old Howto archived here for reference: (How to install android on n8x0 using Ubuntu host computer) 1. Prepare memorycard: [ALL DATA ON THE CARD WILL BE DESTROYED] - Open up a terminal window. - Insert memorycard you want to format - type dmesg | tail You'll see something like this: [28457.047170] sd 8:0:0:0: [sdb] 7915520 512-byte logical blocks: (4.05 GB/3.77 GiB) [28457.050878] sd 8:0:0:0: [sdb] Assuming drive cache: write through [28457.055041] sd 8:0:0:0: [sdb] Assuming drive cache: write through [28457.055047] sdb: sdb1 Now we know the card is device "sdb" it could also be sdc or sdd or so. - type: [replace "sdb" with your card] sudo fdisk /dev/sdb [replace "sdb" with your card] Now the fdisk should open. Type in the following commands: [This will create a new parition table, confirm if needed o [This will create a new primary partition size 100MB] n p 1 <enter> +100M [This will mark the first partition as bootable, select partition 1 if asked] a [This will set the partition type, select partition 1 if asked] t c [This will create second partition size 100MB n p 2 <enter> +100M [This will create third partition size rest of the diskspace available n p 3 <enter> <enter> [This will write all the changes to the card, confirm is asked w Now lets format the partitions we just made - Type in terminal [replace sdb with you memorycard] sudo mkfs.vfat /dev/sdb1 sudo mkfs.ext3 /dev/sdb3 Now the memorycard is correctly formatted for NITdroid. Let's put in the nitdroid root filesystem: - Type in the following commands sudo mount /dev/sdb3 /mnt -o noatime - Download the rootfs to your home directory and name it "rootfs.tar.bz2" - Run the following commands cd /mnt sudo tar -pjxvf ~/rootfs.tar.bz2 At this point, a lot of text should appear. Once it finishes, you can unmount the memorycard - Run the following commands cd / sudo umount /mnt That's it. Memorycard is ready to use. 2. Flash Android kernel - Download flasher-3.0 from tablets-dev.nokia.com restricted downloads to your home directory. - Download the kernel zImage to you home directory and name it zImage - Open up terminal window - Turn your n8x0 off and connect the USB cable. - Turn the n8x0 on while holding down the home button. (This should leave the device in a flashing mode, NOKIA screen with USB logo in top corner) - Run the following commands chmod +x flasher-3.0 sudo modprobe -r cdc_phonet sudo ./flasher-3.0 -f -k zImage --enable-rd-mode -R Done. Now remove the USB cable and android should boot. 3. Flashing back to Maemo. - Download flasher-3.0 from tablets-dev.nokia.com restricted downloads to your home directory. - Open up terminal window - Turn your n8x0 off and connect the USB cable. - Turn the n8x0 on while holding down the home button. (This should leave the device in a flashing mode, NOKIA screen with usb logo in top corner) - Run the following commands chmod +x flasher-3.0 wget -c -O zImage http://stskeeps.subnetmask.net/mer/0.16/mer-armel-n8x0-standard-v0.16.zImage sudo modprobe -r cdc_phonet sudo flasher-3.0 -f -k zImage Done. Now remove the USB cable and Maemo should boot.





chuleta tiene mucho locura no me arriesgo hacerlo jajaja
@6sErGiO6 Hace más de 2 años
Hola yo tenia un defy y lo perdi ,ahora me compre un N8 pero la verdad extraño al sis android me simplificaba todo lo unico que me reconforta es cuando utilizo la camara en hd saludos
quedo a la espera del 2.3 de android para todos
@martyn2442 Hace más de 2 años -1
N8 es crap!!! AGUANTE MOTOROLA!!! android 2.3
@elf0r0k0 Hace más de 2 años

Taino30 dijo:

maxi1632 dijo:aca creo que ta todo para flashearlo
y el que me dio -1 que me diga porq... xP

lo voy a leer y traducir si a alguien le interesa

N8x0Install Flashing How To - N8x0 - To Android And Back NEW HOWTO GUIDE FOR DJ_STEVES BUILDS (based on Android 1.6 Donut) --CHANGELOG-- Removed Google apps due to crashing and causing problems Edited init.rc memory settings to allow more memory to be used. Added E-Buddy Messenger Added ASTRO File Manager Added AndChat IRC Client Added Connectbot ssh/telnet client Added Snake Game Added Twidget Lite Widget Removed Voice Search/Dialer Home screen now allows adding/moving/deleting items Touch screen seems to be a bit inaccurate right at the bottom so try to keep off the very bottom edge - not too hard because buttons are fine size wish I would say this build is just about usable - it still crashes when it goes to sleep sometimes though (omap watchdog reboots it) Boot up does take some time so please be patient. RootFS: http://www.loadsofspace.net/nitdroid/rootfs-nitdroid-0.5.0.tar.bz2 Kernel: http://www.loadsofspace.net/nitdroid/zImage N8X0 Flashing Howto For Current Build: 2GB memory card minimum is recommended due to the partitioning I have setup. With this kernel image you have to use an external SD card. N810's internal SD card won't work because the kernel image is configured to boot from the external memory card. HOW-TO: Download above files to a working folder. Load up your favourite disk partitioning tool and partition the SD card as follows. The example below is an 8GB card: primary partition 1 = 1.43gb win95 lba type (vfat) pri partition 2 = 1.86gb linux swap pri partition 3 = 1.86gb linux (ext3) pri partition 4 = 2.48gb linux (ext3) Format the above partitions as needed. Parts 3 and 4 MUST be ext 3 as kernel does not have ext2 support currently. Mount partition 3 as the root partition e.g. using mount for an SD card on /dev/sdb /dev/sdb3 /mnt Create the data folder and mount partition 4 on it, again for an SD card on /dev/sdb mkdir /mnt/data mount /dev/sdb4 /mnt/data Extract the rootfs to the root and it should place files into the correct folders. Note: you must not leave out the p flag to tar. tar xjvvpf rootfs-nitdroid-0.5.0.tar.bz2 /mnt Unmount both partitions as they are now finished with. If you haven't already grab the Nokia flasher tool tablets-dev.nokia.com restricted downloads In the terminal run the command, assuming you put flasher in same folder as zimage. ./flasher-3.0-static -f -k zImage --enable-rd-mode -R Note: If you get the error 'Error claiming USB interface: Device or resource busy...." while attemptuing to flash, it is because automount or similar has mounted the n8x0 before the flash utility. To prevent this you must remove the kernel modules that recognise the N8x0 as a filesystem, using the commands: sudo modprobe -r cdc_phonet sudo modprobe -r phonet IMPORTANT: WHEN DEVICE REBOOTS AFTER FLASH, PULL THE BATTERY AND PUT IT BACK IN AND BOOT, AS THE KERNEL WILL PANIC IF YOU DONT Keep the cover open and be prepared to pull out the battery because the flashing+rebooting phase happens very quickly! You can put the battery back, close the tablet and boot normally after that. Old Howto archived here for reference: (How to install android on n8x0 using Ubuntu host computer) 1. Prepare memorycard: [ALL DATA ON THE CARD WILL BE DESTROYED] - Open up a terminal window. - Insert memorycard you want to format - type dmesg | tail You'll see something like this: [28457.047170] sd 8:0:0:0: [sdb] 7915520 512-byte logical blocks: (4.05 GB/3.77 GiB) [28457.050878] sd 8:0:0:0: [sdb] Assuming drive cache: write through [28457.055041] sd 8:0:0:0: [sdb] Assuming drive cache: write through [28457.055047] sdb: sdb1 Now we know the card is device "sdb" it could also be sdc or sdd or so. - type: [replace "sdb" with your card] sudo fdisk /dev/sdb [replace "sdb" with your card] Now the fdisk should open. Type in the following commands: [This will create a new parition table, confirm if needed o [This will create a new primary partition size 100MB] n p 1 <enter> +100M [This will mark the first partition as bootable, select partition 1 if asked] a [This will set the partition type, select partition 1 if asked] t c [This will create second partition size 100MB n p 2 <enter> +100M [This will create third partition size rest of the diskspace available n p 3 <enter> <enter> [This will write all the changes to the card, confirm is asked w Now lets format the partitions we just made - Type in terminal [replace sdb with you memorycard] sudo mkfs.vfat /dev/sdb1 sudo mkfs.ext3 /dev/sdb3 Now the memorycard is correctly formatted for NITdroid. Let's put in the nitdroid root filesystem: - Type in the following commands sudo mount /dev/sdb3 /mnt -o noatime - Download the rootfs to your home directory and name it "rootfs.tar.bz2" - Run the following commands cd /mnt sudo tar -pjxvf ~/rootfs.tar.bz2 At this point, a lot of text should appear. Once it finishes, you can unmount the memorycard - Run the following commands cd / sudo umount /mnt That's it. Memorycard is ready to use. 2. Flash Android kernel - Download flasher-3.0 from tablets-dev.nokia.com restricted downloads to your home directory. - Download the kernel zImage to you home directory and name it zImage - Open up terminal window - Turn your n8x0 off and connect the USB cable. - Turn the n8x0 on while holding down the home button. (This should leave the device in a flashing mode, NOKIA screen with USB logo in top corner) - Run the following commands chmod +x flasher-3.0 sudo modprobe -r cdc_phonet sudo ./flasher-3.0 -f -k zImage --enable-rd-mode -R Done. Now remove the USB cable and android should boot. 3. Flashing back to Maemo. - Download flasher-3.0 from tablets-dev.nokia.com restricted downloads to your home directory. - Open up terminal window - Turn your n8x0 off and connect the USB cable. - Turn the n8x0 on while holding down the home button. (This should leave the device in a flashing mode, NOKIA screen with usb logo in top corner) - Run the following commands chmod +x flasher-3.0 wget -c -O zImage http://stskeeps.subnetmask.net/mer/0.16/mer-armel-n8x0-standard-v0.16.zImage sudo modprobe -r cdc_phonet sudo flasher-3.0 -f -k zImage Done. Now remove the USB cable and Maemo should boot.





chuleta tiene mucho locura no me arriesgo hacerlo jajaja




facil ya lo hice en mi vivaz y quedo
@maxorchuck Hace más de 2 años +1

martyn2442 dijo:N8 es crap!!! AGUANTE MOTOROLA!!! android 2.3


Posiblemente en sistema y algun hardware pero en camara el N8 se lleva de calle al motorola
@BrianMaggot253 Hace más de 2 años

martyn2442 dijo:N8 es crap!!! AGUANTE MOTOROLA!!! android 2.3



Motorola quench modeado hasta los dientes, Problem? jajajaja ese si que es un fierro!
@babacafloyd Hace más de 2 años
disculpen mi ignorancia, tengo un N8 y sinceramente no se una goma de programacion quien me explica un poquito como hacer esto? Gracias
@gastrons Hace más de 2 años
bueno, pero no veo comentarios ni fotos de como queda el n8 con androi?? Taria bueno pa saber si me tiro o me quedo con el so belle ...
@VictorGiovanyRod Hace más de 1 año
bueno seria la unica posibilidad de seguir usando el n8 adaptando android por que este telefono ya no tiene mas actualisaciones su ultima actualisacion fue simbian belle asi q se tiene que descartar
@Maguinho88 Hace más de 1 año +1
Cuek, si hay actualización, salio Nokia belle Refresh, que esta siendo liberada paulatinamente... y symbian no tiene nada de malo
@mariaiguerrapere Hace más de 8 meses +1
no cambia mucho solo la aplicacion espejo XD
@MATTUTES Hace más de 1 año
HOLAA AMIGOO YO TENGOO UN NOKIA N8 Y KIERO CAMBIARLE ES SISTEMA OPERATIVO A ANDROID KIERO QUE ME DEJES EL TUTURIAL Y EN ESPAÑOL PARA ENTENDERLO Y PODER HACERLO MAS FACIL , SI LOGRAS Q MI N8 PASE A ANDROID SOS UN GENIO ... SALUDOSS
@Andy_crep Hace más de 1 mes
Alguien sabe si funciona el método? Saludos.
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