Android on the iPhone

Sep 27, 2010 - 3 Comments

android on iphone You can install and run Android OS on the iPhone, thanks to a tool called iPhoDroid. I’m not sure why you’d want to do this, but it’s fun to know that you can.

Grab the iPhoDroid download on the developers site or Google Code, the tool runs on both Windows and Mac OS X and is about a 50mb download.

Personally I like iOS so I’m not about to run Android on my iPhone, but if you feel like giving this a go, then have at it and report back the results. If running it on your phone is too big a jump, you can always run Android in a virtual machine that’s preconfigured too.

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Posted by: Paul Horowitz in iPhone

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  1. Sparrow says:

    Hey man have you even looked at what this actually is?

    Its just a backup for iOS, go watch the video on the Website

    • James Northrope says:

      There’s a downloadable utility on the dev site that will install a poorly working version of Android, it’s just hidden in a myriad of advertisements and false links

      Not worth it IMO, just stick to iOS

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