The number of devices supporting the Android OS is increasing, as is the number of ports that the operating system has seen so far. Open source is surely neat business, because now the OS has hit HTC Touch and gets messed around with in the following video:


Not everything’s perfect, though, as, in spite of having that custom soft keyboard, you’ll lack GPS, Bluetooth and USB support and won’t quite like the way the QVGA display handles the UI. The hack’s available right now and it takes just a restart to go back to Windows Mobile. Give it a go and leave us a comment here!

[via Engadget Mobile]

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