Requirements: Android 2.3.3+
Overview: XMBC, the very popular open-source media center software, has been successfully ported to Android

 Today we announce XBMC for Android. Not a remote, not a thin client; the real deal. No root or jailbreak required. XBMC can be launched as an application on your set-top-box, tablet, phone, or wherever else Android may be found.

 If you don't understand just what this is, think of having Win dows Media Center running on your Android device, fully customizable, open-source, and with full Python plug-in support. Now think of it on Google TV boxes, Android-on-a-stick style devices, or the Nexus Q. Music, video, internet apps like Pandora, all running on Android device. XMBC does all this, and more. Have a look at Wikipedia if you're not familiar with the media center concept.

 NEON Devices
 Newer multi-core Samsung devices
 Cortex A8 SoC's
 Nexus 7
 ASUS Transformer TF300T
 Samsung Galaxy S III (all variants)
 Galaxy Nexus
 Xperia S
 Nook Tablet
 HTC Evo 3D
 Samsung Galaxy S 2 (ATT for sure, likley all variants)
 Droid Razr Maxx
 Samsung Galaxy S (Captivate confirmed, varients likely work too)
 Galaxy S I Epic 4g
 Samsung Rugby Smart (likely Galaxy W as well)
 Snapdragon S4 MSM8960
 Droid Bionic
 Pantech Burst
 Droid Razr
 Viewsonic G Tablet

 Non-NEON Devices
 Motorola Atrix / Photon / Electrify
 Acer A100 / A500 / A200
 Eee Transformer TF101
 Toshiba Thrive (7" and 10")
 Motorola XOOM
 HP Touchpad (CM9)
 Sony Tablet S
 LG Optimus 2x
 Advent Vega
 Droid X
 Galaxy Tab GT-P7510

 My Fork (Includes Tegra2):

 This version build in 201208015
 Thanks to kemonine96

 What's new in this version:

 Xbmc for android will be released officially with XBMC 12 "Frodo", around November 2012.
 All builds now and later available are some WIP alpha versions with no support just for people information.

Download Instructions:
 NEON Devices (Nexus 7 / Tegra3 / Newer Samsung Devices)

 Non-NEON Devices (Tegra2 / A500 / A100 / Thrive)