Discussion in 'Gome Flytouch II Firmware' started by pg1, Apr 1, 2011.
Is it possible to install windows on a flytouch 2?
I don't have one but I do not think that you can. Why would you want WinCE?
I'm running #2752 & I find it slow & buggy, no flash support & I use the office products quite a lot with my ipaq 214.
Sorry but I have no experience with the flytouches. If I were you I would invest in a better tablet.
Maybe if you updated your tablet it would work better check this out http://www.androidtablets.net/forum...33-flytouch-2-generation-1-update-3245-a.html
Thanks, I'll give it a shot.
With my experience with windows ce on my ipaq rx1950. They say linux and android could be created for the ipaq itself so I would think wondows ce could be but you would have to create your own build, find the drivers, set it up for a the size of touch screen and grav sensor and so on. I would think creating a windows xp port would be easier than ce as it would have to be either 5.0 or 6.0. Nothing fancy.
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I know you can have windows on the ZT-180. Putting an installation together without all the drivers would be a waste of time. In the meantime, I upgraded to #3245 and the difference is huge. The tablet is much better.
How do you do the above?
Not sure which you're looking for ...
The ZT-180 firmware is here Specs - There's a good chance you'll brick your device with this - but I suppose you could try.
I've loaded #3245 from the link RGOCAL provided http://www.androidtablets.net/forum...v2-2-android2-1-1-stable-smooth-official.html - it's miles better than the original official version I had.
there is an emulated version of win95 0n appplanet didnt install on my superpad having a real windows version. on a superpad wont work due to the processor not being. x86 not sure about any other tablets
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