To run Android you will need a micro SD card that is not SDHC (typically a card less than 2GB) and a supported Windows Mobile phone (see below).You can check your micro SD card compatibility by looking at the card to see if it shows the “HC” label.
To run Android again, just open the file browser and run again.
After the files have extracted there should be a folder called “andboot”.
Go into the andboot folder and there will be another folder called “startup config” or “startup”.
Tip: If you are running Android on a phone that does not have an active data plan but does have wifi, you can get around the startup screen by tapping on the welcome screen in this order: top left corner, It is usually recommended that you leave your phone alone while it syncs your information for at least 10 minutes.
Once the initial syncing is done the phone should start running faster and you can play around with installing apps.