Installing Android on iPhone (Jailbreak)
There actually are people who want to use the Android operating system on their iPhones – for whatever reasons. If you are one of this group, we have some good news for you: It is possible to install “iDroid“ on jailbroken iPhones. It is an Android version that is developed explicitly for iPhones.
If you want to install Android on your iPhone, you have to jailbreak the iPhone first. You will find more information about the jailbreak and which iOS versions/iPhones are possible to jailbreak in our Jailbreak section: Click here.
Install Android on iPhone
For the following steps, you should connect your iPhone to the charger.
Open the Cydia -Store on your jailbroken iPhone. Tap Manage > Sources > Edit > Add and enter the following address:
Confirm the input by clicking Add Source. The source should now be added. In this new source, you have to search for Bootlace and install the application.
At this point, you might have to restart your iPhone, in case the app Bootlace is not on your Home Screen. Open the app now. You will be asked to allow a restart to patch the kernel. Confirm this by tapping
Open the app now. You will be asked to allow a restart to patch the kernel. Confirm this by tapping Reboot.
After the restart, open the app Bootlace again and go to OpeniBoot > Install > Continue.
Tap iDroid > Install > OK and wait until iDroid is done installing. This process can take a while. Make sure your iPhone is attached to the charger so that it has enough power.
Once the installation is done, open the app Bootlace again and go to QuickBoot. Tap the Android icon. This way it will do a reboot and you will be able to use Android on your iPhone afterwards.