The Motorola Atrix 4G doesn’t have be the only smartphone capable of converting into a desktop-like workstation, thanks to a bit of hardware and software. Industrious XDA user Lokifish Marz has come up with a way to do likewise with an EVO 4G, a keyboard and mouse, plus a fresh install of CyanogenMod 7, as seen in this video. It includes a special desktop-like web browser, keyboard mapping for all of Android’s buttons, the ability to take calls over the speakerphone, and more. To get this working you’re going to have to set aside a couple of hours, as the list of steps is pretty large.

Source: XDA

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