Now run Android on your iPhone with Project Sandcastle

The Correlium team has made it possible to run the Android Operating System on iPhone however, the project is still in its Beta phase and currently only working on the iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus.

There is somewhat of a process to installing Android on your iPhone and requires jail breaking through checkra1n and has some risks associated to it but that’s kind of a given at this point.

Apart from only being available to the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus at this point, there are even more limitations like much of hardware being non functional like the camera, bluetooth, cellular modems and more.

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This isn’t the first time the team over at Correlium has achieved something like this as over a decade ago, the co-founders of the Correlium David Wang and Chris Wade managed to achieve something similar where they were able to boot Android on the Original iPhone.

How to Install Android on iPhone:

Here is the complete guide to the method and all credits go the creator of the video DJFeelOfficial.

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