To run google android on the truely hardware, you may need the google android file system image.
Google android file system consists of two parts: system and data.
You can find the google android file system image on benno's website: Android filesystem images
You can also extract the google android file system by yourself from the android emulator by the following way:
1. download the google android sdk and extract onto your platform
2. start up the google android emulator
3. upload a busybox tool to the google android emulator, you can find a busybox binary on benno's website: busybox for android, you can also find the cross-compiler (select ARM GNU/Linux, and IA32 GNU/Linux) and create a busybox tool by yourself.
4. to upload files to the google android emulator, run the following command:
# adb push filename /target_folder/filename
the target_folder is the folder on the file system of google android emulator. e.g. /system/bin/
put the busybox to /system/bin, so you can see busybox tool in the extracted file system.
5. open a google android shell command window:
# adb shell
6. change the busybox mode to 555:
# chmod 555 /system/bin/busybox
7. create the tarball for /system and /data:
# busybox tar cvf /system.tar /system
# busybox tar cvf /data.tar /data
8. pull the tarball file from the google android emulator:
# adb pull system.tar /system.tar
# adb pull data.tar /data.tar
a note: when you want run google android on your truely hardware, the data.tar is not a must.