Etymology may be of some use here:
Android comes from two roots: Andr meaning man and -oid meaning shape or form of.
The former appears in a few other words, such as
- androgenous - having neutral gender
- polyandry - having multiple husbands
- misandry - contempt for males
- androgen - a male hormone.
-oid appears in many, many words:
- Spheroid - having the shape of a sphere
- geoid - having the shape of the earth.
- haploid/diploid referring to the number of unpaired chromosomes in a cell
- humanoid - similar in shape to a human.
- steroid - chemical compound with a shape similar to sterols (17-carbon 4-ring systems)
- trapezoid a quadrilateral having at least two parallel sides
To a native speaker, android and andorid sound very different, but I can imagine an accent that struggles with pronouncing and hearing "dr" as a single sound. Ezo and eoz are a little farther apart, though. If you can remember trapezoid (not trapeozid) you can remember android.