Friday, January 7, 2011

Android 2.3 GingerBread Running on iPhone 3G [Teaser Video]

Nick pan has successfully booted Android 2.3 OS into iPhone 3G using OpeniBoot. After the Hard work of the Hackers on putting Android Gingerbread into iPhone 3G, it's now possible to for us to run Android on our iPhone 3G. This is the first device on which Android 2.3 has successfully been ported using Openiboot. For those who don't know about Openiboot, OpeniBoot is an open source software based on iBoot that allows jailbreakers to insert their own code such as Linux kernel into iPhone and iPod touch.

OpeniBoot, currently, supports iPhone original, iPhone 3G and iPod Touch 1G but Nick Pack is also working to port the same hack into iPhone 4, however,  he didn’t mention any ETA yet.
We don't have an ETA for them but the iPhone4 port is under way and progressing steadily, other a4s should be able to piggyback it.
Check out the Teaser Video Running Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) on iPhone 3G:

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