Previously we have shown you the bootlace which is a Cydia app that allows to install Google Android OS On Apple iPhone. Now you can install Android 2.3 Gingerbread on your iPhone 3G device via OpeniBoot. This time we have found a video for you to see how actually it works.
You can dual boot your iPhone 3G device with Android 2.3 Gingerbread, Linux and the already installed Apple iOS.
You can test it on your own iPhone 3G device at your own risk. You cannot compare the performance with the original. As you can see in the video that Gingerbread operates slowly on the Apple 3G device. Many people are guessing that GPU acceleration is not currently supported by the Gingerbread OS.
In terms of usability its not good but you can install it to test and feel how an Android OS feels like on an iPhone once its released.
No estimated time of arrival. We will keep you updated as soon as it is made public. Stay connected to VeryRite.com.
Also check out the video to see Android 2.3 Gingerbread on iPhone 3G in action:
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