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Android on iPhone 3G

Is there a way to run android on iPhone 3g?

I think this will be a great thing!!!
In case you know if this is possible, please post the steps for this to be done.

Thank you.
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The iPhone DevTeam is working on this, so you'll be able to mount android on iphone.

The project is called iBoot, and it goal is to give users an option weather to load the iphone with it's regular OS, or a Linux based OS, since android is Linux based you'll be able to load it on to your iphone.

This is a link to a 3 min movie on Vimo that demonstrats android on iphone.

As you can see this will take a while, but it will be possible.

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It is possible to run android on the iphone if it is possible to for the system to use the iphone's hardware which I am sure the Dev team can do.
One thing that is tricky in the hardware sense is that the android system requires the home and return hard buttons. Iphone only has a home button.
All the other android phones also have the call and end call buttons. I am not sure those are required, but if they are that will also cause problems.

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