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[How To] Install Android Operating System On Your iPhone

Bootlace is bringing Google’s Android magic to the Jesus Phone. The two greatest smartphone operating systems ever created can now coexist on a jailbroken iPhone 2G or 3G, letting you choose between iOS and Android at bootup. This hack supports the iPhone 2G on iOS 3.1.x jailbroken with Blackra1n, PwnageTool, or Redsn0w, or the iPhone 3G at iOS 4.x jailbroken with PwnageTool or Redsn0w. Here’s a how-to to help you get started.

 

 

 

 

1. In Cydia, add this: http://repo.neonkoala.co.uk/ to your sources. Search for Bootlace, and install it. 

16fa5cba4aotLace.png Install Android on your iPhone Directly from your Device with BootLace

2. Launch Bootlace from your homescreen, and go to the OpeniBoot menu on the bottom. Install OpeniBoot from this screen. 

3. Bootlace will now automatically determine your firmware and device and downloads the proper files to install iBoot and Android.

4. Reboot your device, and then launch the Bootlace app again. in the QuickBoot menu, you can now boot your device into Android, or the Console.

5. You can check the Android/iDroid versions under the iDroid menu, and you can completely remove the Android installation there as well.

let us know how this went for you! Any problems? Tell us in the comments.

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Bootlace is bringing Google’s Android magic to the Jesus Phone. The two greatest smartphone operating systems ever created can now coexist on a jailbroken iPhone 2G or 3G, letting you choose between iOS and Android at bootup. This hack supports the iPhone 2G on iOS 3.1.x jailbroken with Blackra1n, PwnageTool, or Redsn0w, or the iPhone 3G at iOS 4.x jailbroken with PwnageTool or Redsn0w. Here’s a how-to to help you get started.

 

 

 

 

1. In Cydia, add this: http://repo.neonkoala.co.uk/ to your sources. Search for Bootlace, and install it. 

16fa5cba4aotLace.png Install Android on your iPhone Directly from your Device with BootLace

2. Launch Bootlace from your homescreen, and go to the OpeniBoot menu on the bottom. Install OpeniBoot from this screen. 

3. Bootlace will now automatically determine your firmware and device and downloads the proper files to install iBoot and Android.

4. Reboot your device, and then launch the Bootlace app again. in the QuickBoot menu, you can now boot your device into Android, or the Console.

5. You can check the Android/iDroid versions under the iDroid menu, and you can completely remove the Android installation there as well.

let us know how this went for you! Any problems? Tell us in the comments.