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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.