By the end of the four chapters you’ll be able to carry a fully functional, custom and unrestricted Linux machine powered by a battery… in your pocket!
We’ll start covering the Huawei IDEOS u8150 phone and we’ll end up featuring the HTC Wildfire S, two of the most affordable Android devices in the market, if you don’t have any of these devices keep reading, you may get surprised of how easily could this be adapted to other devices.
- Chapter 1: How to build CyanogenMod
- Chapter 2: How to compile a custom Linux kernel for your Android device
- Chapter 3: How to run a Linux distro along your Android system.
- Chapter 4: Use cases on the wild.