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Can anyone give me a detailed explanation on androids?

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that's the android cop http://www.androidworld.com/android_cop.jpg
you mean human-like robots, or the operating system?
The latter.

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from the horse's mouth: http://www.android.com/about/
you'd think i live in a cave or so... Thank you for the help, anyway.
well your question is very vague, it's not clear what you want and it's possible to write a big books just about android
well, do write a book :) the ones they got me consist of 'far-too-intelligible' words I find very difficult to comprehend.
Android is an open platform operating system. So anyone can write programs that can run on it for free. It is developed by Google and is used on Smartphones, tablets and other devices.
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