A video has appeared on YouTube, showing that the Raspberry Pi is also compatible with the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system. A number of enthusiasts has been able to trick the OS into thinking it's running on a smartphone or tablet. Unsurprisingly, ICS doesn't run very smooth though, given the Raspberry Pi's specifications of 256 MB RAM and a single-core 700 MHz ARM processor. While this causes delays and unresponsiveness, it's quite a feat to get it to run on a $25 system. At the time of writing, people are trying to make the audio work as well.
If all goes according to plan, the two Ice Cream Sandwich kernels will be fused and released to the audience. It's possible that additional tweaks will be made to make the OS run more smoothly.