While some may rush to claim that this is in fact an useless port, we’ve just learned that Windows 3.11 was seen running on Nexus One, as shown in the following image. There’s also a video at the end of the article, showing the Google Phone paired with a physical keyboard and working its way through the ancient OS.


There’s a guide on how to get the platform running on your Nexus One over here and it relies on the DOSBox solution. You can mess around Notepad, play some Minesweeper and check out a laggy Control Panel. Oh, the craziness of it all!

[via Engadget]

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