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The iDroid Project devs successfully ported Android 2.3 Gingerbread to the iPhone 3G, and they announced their success by posting the vid you see above. We’ve seen great progress since last summer when PlanetBeing proudly announced that he managed to port Android OS to the iPhone 2G and 3G. We are still waiting to see if somebody can port ( or if it is possible ) Android OS on A4-chip iOS devices.
We will keep you updated as soon as we have more info. Stay tuned….
iDroidMini – Yet Another Alternative To iPhone’s MobileSafari. iDroidMini was inspired by MobileSafari, Android browser & Opera Mini. It got potential but, right now is kinda sluggish. (atm) You can find iDroidMini for free in the appstore.
PS: view the vid in full screen mode. DemoGod had a major fail, and i had to do the vid with in Safari
Back in 2010 and 2011 running Android OS on an iPhone as a dual-boot was the hottest thing. First there was Bootlace, followed by iPhoDroid and iDroid. Planetbeing was the first one to port Android to iOS, and you can watch him discuss his port here, followed by Sergio McFly with iPhoDroid and the team behind iDroid. In October 2011 Myriad announced Alien Dalvik, which was suppose to be some sort of Android emulator-thing for iOS. But the project didn’t really take off.
Was iOS ported to Android? No, but some Columbia University students managed to get iOS apps running on Android with their Cider compatibility layer. Cider is not an emulator or virtual machine, but it tricks apps into believing that they’re in a native environment: they adapt code on the fly to make it work with Android’s kernel and programming libraries. Even 3D benchmarks run properly.
First, you could dual-boot iOS and Android OS on your iPhones thanks to people like PlanetBeing, Sergio McFly ( iPhodroid ) and all the guys behind the iDroid Project. Now, thanks to developers @ Myriad, Android apps can run on Apple’s iPad via Alien Dalvik v2.0 which they announced as part of the company’s push for Android software on tablets, TVs, in-care infotainment and more.
A few weeks ago we told you that the iDroid Project devs have successfully ported Android 2.3 Gingerbread to the iPhone 3G, and today we get a preview build which is available for iPhone 2G, iPhone 3G & iPod Touch 1G and is ONLY as a binary package ( because this is a preview release, it will NOT be distributed via Bootlace ). For more info on the release read the iDroid Project forums….
A few weeks ago we showed you how to install Android OS on your iPhone 2G/3G with Bootlace. Today Bootlace was updated to support the iPod Touch 1G and to fix various problems it had with redsn0w.
Using iPhoDroid, you can install Android OS on your iPhone. But you know that. Over the time, using iPhoDroid got ridiculously easy, but you need a computer to run it. How about installing Android OS directly on your iPhone? No computers, no wires, nothing… Now you can do that, thanks to Bootlace 2.1.
Yes, it is finally here. iPhoDroid, the application that automates the installation of Android OS on iPhone, was finally released for Windows, and it works with both Windows 32bit and 64bit.
Even though Apple won’t allow competitive browsers on the iPhone, we still get alternatives. Just the other day we talked about iDroid Mini Browser, and a couple of weeks ago about Alternate Web Browser. Both browsers are an excellent alternative to MobileSafari and you can find both in the appstore.