The Villiv S5 (which is similar to the S10 if the name is right) has an Android-x86
build target of its own. And even if it doesn't work, you can still install the generic build on it fairly easily (just download the ISO image and make a USB key with Unetbootin
). The latest x86 build of Android is Froyo (Android 2.2). But be warned: Apparently, the Android Market (because it is the open source version) isn't on it, and apparently there's no way to use the Android Market Web client unless you have the Market app installed. However, thankfully (even though I did not test this) if you have an Android phone besides you can try moving the Market app to the phone's microSD card and use an SD card adapter to transfer the app to your Android-x86 tablet. However, there's no guarantee that this will work, because there might be architecture incompatibilities to deal with.