Play Angry Birds…. On Your Blue Angel (No Android Required!)
Just to show that the fact that a device may be old does not mean it is dead, we have some interesting news for Blue Angel owners. I know it is likely a known trick as this comes from the HTC Mega, but XDA member zainuintel made a thread where he provides step by step instructions on how to run one of the most popular games in mobile device history on one of the best and most robust devices in HTC’s history: Angry Birds on the HTC Blue Angel. The best part is that you do not even need Android to do this as it is a java emulated version. You will be required to use some sort of a java player on your device such as JBlend, which happens to be the one that is recommended by the OP. According to zainuintel, the app should be compatible with most QVGA devices running Windows Mobile. So, if you still have your old device(s) laying around and want to take them for a spin, for old times’ sake, certainly give this one a go.
Please leave some feedback in the thread if you do decide to try it out.
Angry Birds on BA
YES! i have figured a way on how to play Angry birds on this device!
You can find more information in the original thread.
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