Called Gen.Y DualBOOT, the application is free and has been published over at the xda-developers forum.
This is the thread where you can read all the instructions you need and download the application – note that you still have to install Android yourself, before running the app, as this is just an application that lets you choose between Windows Mobile and Android when you start your phone.
Reportedly, the Gen.Y DualBOOT app works with Windows Mobile smartphones that have WVGA, VGA and QVGA screen resolutions.
A nice video demo of the Gen.Y DualBOOT on an AT&T HTC Touch Pro2 can be watched below (via PocketNow):
Now I wonder if there are any apps that let you boot Windows Mobile on an Android smartphone… although I don’t think there are too many users who’d want that. Or are there?
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