Google Android OS On iPhone 4 and iPad Using OpeniBoot Bootlace


by casey on November 12, 2010

The developers of Bootlace are trying their best to install Google Android OS on Apple iPhone 4 and iPad. Bootlace is an OpeniBoot software that makes it possible to install Android on Apple devices. At the moment it is capable only to install Android on iPhone 2G and iPhone 3G devices. We are waiting for them to bring it for iPhone 4 and iPad as well.

Devices that support Bootlace to install Android on Apple: (Present)

  • iPhone 2G on iOS 3.1.2 or 3.1.3 jailbroken with Blackra1n, Redsn0w or PwnageTool.
  • iPhone 3G on iOS 4.x jailbroken with Redsn0w or PwnageTool.

Devices that support Bootlace to install Android on Apple: (Update coming for)

  • iPhone 4
  • 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.

It seems they are very close to unveil Bootlace for iPhone 4 and iPad. Check the images and a video below:

iboot iPhone

iBoot ipad

Also check the How to Guide to install Android on Apple iPhone 2G and 3G:

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  • Speeder12

    Um…. Well has anyone else noticed that that is not q iPad in the picture above. Check the screen size and were he home button is located.

  • QuadFeed

    plz make a port for 3gs!

  • Kgillespie

    This is old news. Why say soon? It’s been months now

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