Alien Dalvik will let you run Android apps on the Nokia N9

23 June, 2011

In case you were worried about application support for the N9, you have one less reason to worry now. Along with applications created specifically for the phone, you will even be able to run Android applications on it.

Thanks to a little something called the Alien Dalvik, a software that lets you run unmodified Android application on non-Android devices. All the developers have to do is repackage the .apk files and the applications can be used on other devices running Alien Dalvik. The application is able to utilize the full potential of the hardware and the user experience is virtually identical to that of using it on regular Android device. The software emulates the hardware controls on Android devices so the application can be controlled on non-Android devices.

According to Myriad, the developers of Alien Dalvik, it will be made available for MeeGo sometime later this year.



Reader comments

  • dinoflint
  • 24 Feb 2013
  • vCL

Still some 2 years on an no Alien Dalvik for N9. I would say if it hasn't happened by now it won't. This is really disappointing as the N9 is a great phone. Why Nokia bothered with their huge Singapore launch of the N9 is beyond me, especially knowin...

  • PuCiNhOOO
  • 29 Jun 2011
  • pXC

In my opinion, MeeGo can have a huge support given by the third party company ... lot of linux developers will give a big life to this phone ... I believe in that =)Just love this phone ... the slide kills me xD

  • Anonymous
  • 29 Jun 2011
  • L3W

Guess due to his is shareholder of Microsoft. He should have sold his 3m MS stock before became CEO of Nokia, to prove that he would focus on Nokia. Anyway, many people love Nokia, hate monopoly, he can try to stop consumers, but nothing can pre...

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