Total_Noob's PSP Emulator Custom Firmware for the Vita. CEF can be downloaded here.
#199965 by rafael707
Fri Nov 16, 2012 1:31 am
boriswinner wrote:
rafael707 wrote:
boriswinner wrote:If we'll have a kernel exploit, maybe it would be possible.
Now you can run Android in Bochs(or QEMU, i don't remember) running WinXP.
Or try x86 version of Android in Bochs direclty.


To have a different OS we need access to the bootloader, ie: cIPL. Kxploit wouldnt be enough.

It's only emulating x86 android in PSP emu (emulator in emulator, arm emulates mips which emulates x86, lol).


why would you emulate android from PSP emu :roll:


Without Bootloader access, no (autobooting) android OS.

Same for newer PSPs, we have kernel access, but its not enough to let the full CFW launch at the start of the PSP. No bootloader access, no cIPL.
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#200009 by rafael707
Fri Nov 16, 2012 6:16 am
Jd8531 wrote:No bootloader access- and thats something difficult to obtain if not impossible imo. :lol:


I say 2 year hopefully... Or not :lol:
#200071 by thedicemaster
Fri Nov 16, 2012 2:11 pm
while not truly impossible, it's quite pointless as long as we only have access to the psp emulator.
333mhz cpu with 64MB Ram(perhaps even 32, if the emulator emulates a 1k) is not enough to handle android.
there are ways to get it to work, but you'd have problems like boot times over an hour and constant force closes in apps.
even if you could get it to work, you wouldn't get far because you have no access to the touchscreen.

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