I found a few hours ago my good old Casio E-200 on the garret which I used a lot in the past (Especially because it supports USB host mode)
. Windows Mobile 2002 is not really useful anymore these days and you barely find apps for it, so I had the idea to install Linux on the device.
Here are the specifications:
So is there any ARM compatible Linux distro which could be installed on the device?
Operating system: Microsoft PocketPC 2002
CPU: Intel StrongARM 1110 @ 206 MHz
Memory: RAM 64 MB and ROM 32 MB
Display: TFT, 240 x 320 Pixel, 65536 colors
Interface: Serial/USB and IrDA (ver. 1.2)
Expansion slots: SD-Card (MultiMediaCard) and CompactFlash Type I and II as well as PC card via an extension module
Battery: Li-Ion rechargeable, up to 12 hours of running time CR2032 for memory protection
Input: Touch Screen, Microphone, 3 user-configurable buttons, a control pad.
Extras: Speaker and Stereo 3.5mm headphone jack
I found only a few websites in Google which suggest "Wing Linux" and Android 1.x, but I doubt that it works.