Install Android on iOS devices (iPhone and iPad)
OpeniBoot is an open source implementation of Apple Inc.’s closed source bootloader iBoot that allows install Android on iOS devices; allows the booting of unsigned code on supported iDevices (such as Linux kernels).
It can be controlled via OpeniBoot console (oibc) which can be connected to from a libusb enabled computer.
With iDroid is possible to use the Android operating system on iPhone and iPad devices.
iDroid need a jailbroken device with the app Bootlace. It is an Android version that is developed explicitly for iPhones.
There are numbers of tools that are available for the iPhone jailbreak. Any of them can be used to make sure that the iPhone is jail broken to get the process started. It is also advised to browse the guides that are available online to make sure that the jailbreak is not an issue at all.
- The first step is to install Bootlace. Launch Cydia and hit Manage > Sources > Edit > Add, then add the repo.neonkoala.co.uk repository. Tap Add Source, tap the repository and install Bootlace.
- Launch Bootlace (you may need to restart your iPhone to make it appear) and allow it to patch the kernel. Hit Reboot.
- The next stage is to install OpeniBoot. Launch Bootlace and select OpeniBoot > Install > Continue.
- Tap iDroid > Install > OK and wait for iDroid to install. This will take a while, so be patient, and if your battery is low, you may want to plug in your phone before you start.
- Tap QuickBoot from inside Bootlace, then the Android icon. Reboot into Android and you’re ready to go.
Dual-Boot Android on IOs
The dual-boot is a terminology which makes sure that the user gets the best and the state of the art results. It is a terminology which allows the users to save the file space.
It also makes sure that the user gets the best outcome by saving the space as it only downloads the source files and leaves the others completely. It also ensures that the URL from where the dual boot is executed is also bookmarked so that the user never has to look for it again. The process that is to be followed in this regard is as follows.
The Gadget Hacks team has built a simple one-tap mod that allows you to dual-boot iOS on your Android phone right from your browser by utilizing a mobile-webkit buffer overflow, and taking advantage of the fact that both Android and iPhone CPUs use the same ARM instruction set. Using the same techniques, we’ve also built a way to dual-boot Android on an iPhone.
- No root required
- 100% reversible (as easy as uninstalling an app)
- None of your existing data will be touched (no need to reinstall apps or contacts)
Visit AppleHacks.com from your iPhone for that mod.
•Major bug fixes
This guide can answer the following questions:
•How to install Android on iOS
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•Is it possible to install Android on iPhone
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