iOS on something else?

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  1. Beans48

    Beans48 New Member

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    Is there a way to run iOS on an android phone?
    Just wondering...
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    XxRedRumxX Well-Known Member

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    no, never.
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    I heard from my friend someone pulled it off... but i myself HIGHLY doubt it.
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    TdIT'd be cool if they could thou. I'd use my droid and droid 2 more often
  6. Beans48

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    I've just got a Samsung Galaxy Spica, so I wanted to know, just incase I could get my iPod app on there

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    flashisflamable New Member

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    No, porting a proprietary OS would be illegal if redistributed
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    magic4ball44 Banned

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    Even if they could it would be illegal.
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    So why is it legal to use Android on iPhones?
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    Badd_Blood Well-Known Member

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    Android is Open-source im pretty sure. They allow anyone to modify and redistribute it. That's why it is on so many phones and modified on different phones.

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