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Can I make an Always on Serever out of my Android Phone





Possum
Hi

I have an old Android phone. I wont get anything for it if I sold it and I have always wanted to make a server.

Do you think I can turn my old phone into a server..


I am doing a Google on this subject. But you guys seem know more than Google lol


thx
Marcuzzo
It's not that we know more than google, we just use it Very Happy

see here http://lmgtfy.com/?q=running+server+on+android+phone

think of it, a 35 rasberry-pi will run android too and you can use them as server aswel, but IMO it isn't worth the trouble.
The server isn't going to be a high end server and can only be used as (small) storage or media player ( if you're lucky to get it running )
deanhills
Yeah! Marcuzzo is back! Cool

Am curious. What are the maximum applications you're using your Smart Phone for? I.e. are you using it to manage your servers for example? What kind of Smart Phone are you using, and what applications are you using the most?

Note: Oops! Just noticed you've been back for a while. Must have missed your posts! Brick wall
Possum
Point taken Marcuzzo.

Now I feel bad.. But I also think I'm onto something now. After reading the results from your link... lol

I now realize I really want to run a torrent from my phone. I wonder if transmission will run on it..

I will definitely google it this time first..

thx
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