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Old 12-16-2009, 06:51 AM   #1
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porting linux on this phone

Hi pls i have this phone a PS185Y running a samsug 2442 processor
an RF GSM/GPRS triband phone,please how do i port linux on this phone,please and completely new at this,the phone already runs a windows mobile os.
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Advice. Forget that idea. you are in way over your (and my) head.

You need a development environment to correctly compile for that cpu, and considerable detailed hardware info on the chips inside the phone. Where are you going to get drivers for things? Samsung is unlikely to divulge that stuff.


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