Use Bootlac in Cydia
While most of the time, installing Android software on an iOS device can cause a lot of lags and glitches, if you have an old iPhone version – iPhone 2G and iPhone 3G, it is not so bad.
Seeing as it’s an old iPhone version we’re using, it’s not so surprising that the Android software needs to be old as well. Android 2.2.1 Froyo works well. In this guide, we’re going to show you how you can install Android 2.2.1 Froyo on an iPhone 2G or 3G.
Before we begin, make sure that your iOS device is already jaibroken and has the jailbreaking tools PwnageTool, Redsn0w and Blackra1n.
Install Android on iPhone:
- After jailbreaking your device, open Cydia and https://repo.neonkoala.co.uk/
- Tap Add Source
- When the source is made, download Bootlac from Cydia
- Install then open the app
- From Bootlac, install Openibot.
- When Openibot is installed, tap iDroid tab. The iDroid tab should be located on the bottom, tapping it will install iDroid.
- When iDroid is installed, tap Quick Boot Tab. This will boot your device.
- When your device is booted, you will see that it is now running Android OS.
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