iPhodroid: Automated Installation of Android OS on iPhone 2G and 3G [Mac]

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  1. Ryan

    Ryan Well-Known Member

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    iPhodroid…

    The advantage of this app is that it will automagically transfer all the files to your iDevice, and keeps the device on safe, because no installation is processed. But it is only available for Mac users. However, if you use iPhodroid, you will no longer need a Linux machine or a Linux virtual machine.

    NOTE: You should disable the auto-lock on your iPhone. To do this, go to Settings>General>Auto-lock and set it to ‘Never’.

    You will need:

    • A jailbroken iPhone 2G or 3G running firmware 3.1.2 ( NOT 3.1.3 )
    • The device should be jailbroken with PwnageTool, RedSn0w or Blackra1n. Won’t work with Spirit (not an iboot exploit)…
    • OpenSSH installed with default password ( alpine )
    • Macfuse installed on your Mac
    • and of course… iPhodroid

    How to:

    • Download iPhodroid and extract
    • Install Macfuse
    • Run iPhodroid and hit run – the process should take around 5 minutes

    Enjoy…


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  2. ripply

    ripply Active Member

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    That's nice. Anyone know when it's coming out for Windows?
  3. MrDodi

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    Tried this on mine.
    He he was unable to do "apt-get installer "
    So i had to do this on my iphones terminal with -f command.
    But after that. worked great.
    Running it now.. its a bit sloppy.. but its even on legit Android Devices

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    That is cool.
    Seconded.
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    Sarcasm Siempre New Member

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    Nice. Any plans for iPod touch 1G support?
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    So what part of the installation does this replace? What else do you have to do after?
  7. MrDodi

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    Nothing, it does everything for you.
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    If only this were for the 1G and windows

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    nice, I may try this.
  10. ripply

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    Would this work on ubuntu? Because I'm willing to install ubuntu just for this.

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