Developers of Bootlace Bringing Froyo to iPhone 4, iPad

Android, that OS that everyone loves, will now be on some of the best hardware Apple has to offer.

Android on iPad

The creators of Bootlace, the Cydia app that installs Android on an iPhone 3G, 2G, and the 1st generation iPod touch, are now porting their app and Android 2.2 ‘Froyo’ to the iPhone 4 and, perhaps a little more surprisingly, the iPad.

Due to the larger screen size, the iPad would theoretically present scaling or resolution problems within Android; the only Google-blessed tablet to date, the Samsung Galaxy Tab, has a seven-inch screen.

Though not officially mentioned or shown, support for the iPod touch G4 may be coming soon as well. Either way, iPhone 4 and iPad owners looking to leave the walled garden of iOS might have just found a very enticing reason to jailbreak their devices in the near future.

This all comes after hexxeh made OpeniBoot compatible with all of Apple’s latest iDevices, the open source implementation of iBoot that allows unsigned code to be booted up onto an iDevice.

Look for a video at the source link of OpeniBoot in action on Apple’s iPad!

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