How to Install Android on iPhone

how to Install Android on iphoneYes, The Title says it all. I was bored using the same iPhone menu, So I decided to mod it with any other OS. I tried finding Windows Phone 7 user interface but I found an awesome Android 2.2 for iPhone, So I decided to get it.

The Installation is pretty simple and any one can do it on their jailbreaked device. The only main requirement is jailbreaked iDevice with Cydia installed. If you too want Android 2.2 Froyo Interface on your iPhone then you'r on the Right place.

This Tutorial will help you Install Android 2.2 on your iPhone.

How to Install Android on iPhone

Step 1: Go to Cydia > Manage > Sources. Now Tap on Top-Right button 'Edit' and Now Tap on Top-Left button Add
Note: You can just search for Bootlace instead of adding repo, If you didn't find it then try adding repo to cydia.

Step 2: Add any one of the below listed repos (If you have BigBoss repo installed then skip this step)

http//repo.neonkoala.co.uk/

Step 3: Once repo gets installed, Search for Bootlace and Install it.

Step 4: After Bootlace got installed, Open Bootlace from Springboard and wait until it Patches Kernel.
bootlace iphone cydia

Step 5: Once Bootlace finish patching, Reboot Device.

Step 6: Now Open Bootlace and Install OpeniBoot 

open iboot cydia iphone

Step 7: After Installing OpeniBoot, Again Reboot
Step 8: Once OpeniBoot is installed, Tap on Install iDroid button and let it install.

open iboot idroid cydia

Step 9: Once iDroid gets installed, Do a final Reboot and Open OpeniBoot and Play Android.


idroid iphone


Since it is an emulator, It lags a bit But It is really good way to customize your iphone. I really liked it and below are a few screen shots of android running on my iPhone.

(Sorry for the clarity of Screen Shots, I used my camera to click these)


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Android running on iphoneAndroid running on iphone



Android running on iphoneAndroid running on iphone




Now enjoy Android on your iPhone. This won't install Actual Android OS on iPhone, This is just an emulator. Hope you liked the tutorial, please leave your comments below.
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Jim Luthra is a Third Officer in Merchant Navy and Chief Editor of The-Area51.com, He is a Blogger, Guitarist, Painter, Book Lover, Tech Geek, Basket Ball Lover, Traveller and Fitness Freak. He loves Traveling and Adeventure Sports.
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