Android on iPhone 4 and iPad is Coming Soon [VIDEO]

The developers of Bootlace, the OpeniBoot based Android installer for iPhone 2G and iPhone 3G are working their butts’ off for porting Android to the iPhone 4 and iPad.

If your not aware of OpeniBoot, it’s an open source implementation of the iBoot bootloader found in iOS devices. It enables booting of unsigned codes such as Linux kernals. OpeniBoot is very useful for booting and using Linux based kernals such as Android on iOS devices as it preps up the device for the linux kernal to take control.

Here you can check take a look on the video below to watch it in action:

Google Ads:

[via Twitter]

Tags: ,

Related Articles

  • TweetDeck for Android going Beta Later This WeekTweetDeck for Android going Beta Later This Week
    TweetDeck has announced in a new blog post that they are going to run a Beta Test of an Android app, This app focus on true multi-stream. Dodsworth (TweetDeck Founder) said that TweetDecks Android ap...
  • Finally Android for iPhone 3G is Available for DownloadFinally Android for iPhone 3G is Available for Download
    Planetbeing has ported Android for iPhone 3G, its finally available for download. The power management functions of Android for iPhone 3G are yet to be implemented so your phone will only last for an...
  • Android 2.3 Gingerbread Ported to iPhone 3G [Video]Android 2.3 Gingerbread Ported to iPhone 3G [Video]
    After just a couple more weeks of work, hackers could made tremendous progress and brought the recently released Android 2.3 Gingerbread to the iPhone 3G.iPhone 3G is the first device on which Android...
  • TweetDeck beta for Android Hands-On VideoTweetDeck beta for Android Hands-On Video
    TweetDeck just released its beta version for Android smartphones, now anyone can test the new beta version of TweetDeck, I used other social media Android apps but it did not give my expectations, I t...
  • Android Port for HTC HD2 will be available soonAndroid Port for HTC HD2 will be available soon
    The work is being done by the developers to run the Andorid OS on the HTC HD2, the faced a breakthrough at XDA, so they are in the way to get a Linux bootloader to work on the HTC HD2, but the develo...
Leave a comment