iAndroid is a new iOS application for jailbroken devices that simulates the Android operating system experience on the iPhone or iPod touch. While it's still very far from completion, the project is taking shape.
Android 2.3.1 Gingerbread has been finally released for iPhone 3G, 2G and iPod touch (1st-gen). Android ports for iPhone 4, iPad and iPhone 3GS are said to be coming soon.
Hackers have finally managed to port Android 2.3 Gingerbread on a jailbroken iPhone 3G. It looks a bit sluggish, but that is to be expected, everything else seems to be working fine as can be seen in the video embedded below.
We have a small update for you on OpeniBoot for iOS devices. Incase you were wondering about support for the 4th-gen iPod touches, Hexxeh has just confirmed that they he and his team has tested the required binaries on a iPod touch 4G and needless to say, it worked just like it did on other A4 devices like the iPhone 4 and iPad.
Yes you read that right! If the video embedded below is anything to go by, running Android on iPad will soon become a reality.
Yes you read that right! The Italian site iDroid has managed to port the latest Android 2.2 OS (aka Froyo) to iPhone 3G. This port is based on the same iBoot method which was originally released for both iPhone 2G and 3G with Android 1.6.
Thanks to iPhoDroid, you can now install Android on your iPhone 2G and iPhone 3G faster and easier than ever before. We have already covered detailed guides on how to install Android on your iPhone 2G and 3G, but they were long and complicated. With iPhoDroid, you’ll be able to install Android on your iPhone with iBoot within minutes.
The same person who ported Android to the iPhone 2G and iPhone 3G is now working on bringing Android OS to an iPod touch (minus calling feature). We were anticipating this one for a while, and hopefully the port will see the light of day soon!
Previously, we saw Android running on an iPhone 2G and we also posted a complete step by step guide on how you can dual boot your jailbroken iPhone 2G to run Android OS side by side with iPhone OS. After seeing Android run on an iPhone 2G, 3G (iPhone) users got curious on when they will get to try Android on their handset. After weeks of hard work, it’s finally done! iPhone 3G now runs Android.