iPhodroid , the tool that will automagically install Android OS on your iPhone 2G/3G was updated for iOS 4.0.
A few days ago we told you about iPhodroid , an automated installation of Android OS on your iPhone. The app gets a major update which brings new features
Yesterday we told you about iPhoDroid , an easy automated way to install Android OS on your iPhone. We got a lot of emails about … HOW TO: Use iPhoDroid To Install Android OS On Your iPhone [video]Read more
The advantage of this app is that it will automagically transfer all the files to your iDevice, but it is only available for Mac users. However, if you use iPhodroid, you will no longer need a Linux machine or a Linux virtual machine.
Students get iOS apps running (slowly) on Android
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.
As you might know, Android OS was successfully ported to the iPhone. It all started with Planetbeing about a year and some change ago and continued with iPhoDroid and Bootlace. Thanks to all this guys, we can have a dual-boot iPhone ( iOS and Android OS ) in minutes. But, what about Android users?