Someone on Xda-developers managed to port bochs to the Android platform, and it can boot Haiku.
I have tested this on the only android device I have around the house , namely my old xperia x8. This is a first gen device with 160 ram and a 600 mhz arm v5 cpu. I get all the way to seeing the pointer on the screen and being able to move it but then it locks up my phone.
Anyone with a phone/tablet that has 1ghz or up cpu should run this pretty decently.
So I created a zip file with Alpha 3 and everything you need to get this running.
Just unzip it to the root of your sdcard. It should be something like /sdcard/SDL /sdcard/Bochs2_5_1.apk. Install the apk and run it. That should be it.
On my phone it takes around 10 minutes to see the mouse pointer , but then again any newer phone has several times the processing power of mine, not to mention more ram. So you probably should see the desktop in less then 5 minutes.
There is no need for root.
The screen works as a touch pad , volume buttons are left and right click.
This is something to try out just for the fun of it. Don’t expect much functionality.
I’d like to hear how it runs.
Here is the zip. http://dl.dropbox.com/u/6739631/haiku%20android.zip