Android on the iPhone 3G, ready to go

May 21, 2010
Android on iPhone 3G

Android on iPhone 3G

The Android port to the iPhone 3G is now ready for download and installation to your iPhone. The master-mind behind the port had released videos of the port a week or so ago, but now he has released the necessary binaries. Even better, you can hit up PC World’s website for a nice how-to guide that covers the whole procedure.

Although this port does everything that you expect your smartphone to be able to do, it isn’t usable for day-to-day activities just yet–I haven’t implemented any power-management functions, so a fully charged iPhone running Android will last only an hour or so.

That’s a pretty big deal breaker even for me, but getting things set-up now for some dual booting action will certainly make things easier in the future. For the full read-me click here, and for the original article by David Wang at PC World, click here!

Comments

  • Joel

    Putting android on an Iphone is like putting a 250cc engine in a ferrari. Android OS is laggy and the apps suck compaired to Iphone.

  • Phil

    Apparently Joel has not used a recent Android phone. Get a HTC Desire.

  • http://www.joboxi.com Vern

    Calling an iPhone a Ferrari is like calling a Corvette a Ferrari. Yeah, you’ve got a pretty cool car, but when you act like it’s a Ferrari you just look like a d-bag. Every one knows you’ve got a corvette, so quit fronting.

  • g_willi

    Joel, I’ll put my Nexus One with froyo up against your POS iPhone 3GS anywhere, anytime, chump. We’ll see which one is laggy.