Thursday, May 12, 2011

Running Android On Apple's iDevices

Previously we talked about Android for HTC non Android phones, Now we will discuss about Android for Apple's idevices. Yes this is made possible by iDroid project, you can port Android OS to your idevices with the help of this project but you need to have OpeniBoot which allows booting of unsigned code such as Linux kernels on the device. The only problem is that some Android features will not work although developers frequently release updates to get more feature to work on these idevices. The latest release of iDroid project was Pepparkaka 11.04 which will install Android 2.3.2 (Gingerbread) on your idevices.

Following are some supported devices:
iPhone 3G
iPod Touch 1G

Note: All Android features may not work on above mentioned devices.

Developers of iDroid project are working on support for other devices like iphone 2G, iphone 3GS, iphone 4, ipod touch 1G, ipod touch 2G, ipod touch 3G, ipod touch 4G, ipad, ipad 2G.
To get more information about supported Android features on these devices checkout this link. or if you want to download iDroid or want to get more info about this project then visit here.


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