Before your beloved Android phones could even dream of getting updates. Open – iBoot has been upgraded to run the latest version of droid on the iOs bearing Smartphone. Android 2.3 will now be available as a direct option while installing Open-iBoot, soon.
Check Out the video of the device with Android 2.3 below
Yes you read that right! If the video embedded below is anything to go by, running Android on iPad will soon become a reality.
OpeniBoot on iPad
The folks who brought us OpeniBoot based Bootlace for running Android on iPhone 3G are now working hard on porting it to iPhone 4 and the large-screen-tablet iPad. For those of you who don’t know, OpeniBoot is an open source implementation of iBoot bootloader for Apple iOS based devices. It allows booting of unsigned code such as Linux kernels on the device. OpeniBoot is critical for booting and usage of Linux based distros such as Android on the iPhone as it sets up and initializes many devices ready for the Linux kernel to take over. Currently, only iPhone 3G, 2G and the 1st-gen iPod touch is supported.
We have a small update for you on OpeniBoot for iOS devices
. Incase you were wondering about support for the 4th-gen iPod touches, Hexxeh has just confirmed that they he and his team has tested the required binaries on a iPod touch 4G and needless to say, it worked just like it did on other A4 devices like the iPhone 4 and iPad.