Dual Boot Android Windows Ce 15
Dual Boot Android and Windows CE 15 on Your Device
Do you have a device that runs Windows CE 15, such as a standalone GPS unit or a Pocket PC? If so, you might be interested in running Android on it as well. Android is a popular open-source operating system that offers more features and flexibility than Windows CE 15. However, installing Android on your device might not be easy, as it requires modifying the firmware and partitioning the storage. Fortunately, there is a way to dual boot Android and Windows CE 15 on your device, using a bootloader called OSLoader.
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What is OSLoader?
OSLoader is a dual boot bootloader for Android on Windows CE devices, developed by XDA Senior Member jwoegerbauer . It is based on the Gen.Y DualBOOT project, which was started in 2010 to bring a Windows Mobile and Android dual-boot bootloader to WM devices . However, OSLoader has been rewritten in MortScript to extend its support to landscape-oriented touchscreen devices running Windows CE 15.
OSLoader does not install Android on your device by itself. You will still need an Android build that works for your device, and use HaRET to boot Android. OSLoader simply offers a convenient way to choose which operating system to boot into at startup. You can switch between Android and Windows CE 15 anytime you want, without losing any data or settings.
How to Install OSLoader on Your Device
Before you install OSLoader on your device, make sure you have the following requirements:
A device that runs Windows CE 15 with a landscape-oriented touchscreen.
An SD card with enough space to store the Android build and OSLoader files.
An Android build that works for your device. You can search for one on XDA Forums or other sources.
A PC with a card reader or a USB cable to connect your device.
Once you have everything ready, follow these steps to install OSLoader on your device:
Download the OSLoader.zip file from this XDA thread .
Extract the contents of the OSLoader.zip file to the root of your SD card.
Copy the Android build files to the root of your SD card as well. Make sure the folder name is "Android" and the file name is "zImage".
Eject the SD card from your PC and insert it into your device.
Run the OSLoader.exe file from your device's file manager. You will see a menu with two options: "Android" and "Windows CE". Choose "Android" to boot into Android, or "Windows CE" to boot into Windows CE 15.
Enjoy dual booting Android and Windows CE 15 on your device!
Tips and Troubleshooting
Here are some tips and troubleshooting advice for using OSLoader on your device:
If you want to change the default boot option, edit the OSLoader.ini file on your SD card. Change the value of "DefaultOS" to either "Android" or "WindowsCE".
If you want to change the timeout for choosing the boot option, edit the OSLoader.ini file on your SD card. Change the value of "Timeout" to any number of seconds you want.
If you encounter any problems with booting Android, check the log.txt file on your SD card for any error messages. You can also try different Android builds or settings for your device.
If you encounter any problems with booting Windows CE 15, check the wince.txt file on your SD card for any error messages. You can also try resetting your device or reinstalling Windows CE 15.
If you want to uninstall OSLoader from your device, delete the OSLoader.exe, OSLoader.ini, log.txt and wince.txt files from your SD card. You can also delete the Android folder if you don't need it anymore.