Posts Tagged ‘Android on iPhone’

This custom-built DIY case for iPhone allows you to run Android Marshmallow on any iPhone. Check out the embedded video to see it in action.

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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.

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It’s quite ironic really when you think about it. Not content with the umpteen different Android handsets available these days, it seems some people want to run Google’s finest on their iPhones too.

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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.

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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.

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For those of you who couldn’t get Android 2.2.1 to work on iPhone 3G or 2G using the steps we posted earlier, we now have a complete step by step video guide on how to install Android 2.2.1 with iOS in dual-boot configuration on iPhone 3G & 2G using Bootlace in Cydia. Installing Android using this method with Bootlace wont replace your existing iOS installation. You can keep running both OS’ side by side.

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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.

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Yes you read that right! If the video embedded below is anything to go by, running Android on iPad will soon become a reality.

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Let me get this straight outta the gate: Google’s Android mobile OS is coming soon to iPhone 4!! Android can already run on iPhone EDGE (2G), 3G and iPod touch. The ports don’t work as well as they should do. since iPhone and Android don’t go along well (power management not optimized, iPhone’s battery drops to zero within a few hours) but it’s definitely great if you want to try out the so called open-ness of Android.

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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.

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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.

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Android port for iPhone 3G is now finally available for download. You can do pretty much everything that you would expect a normal Android phone to do but it is still not recommended for day-to-day regular use. The power management functions of Android for iPhone 3G are yet to be implemented so your phone will only last for an hour or so of Android use before the battery runs out. Yes, it is good only for showing off to your friends that you have Android running on iPhone 3G.

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