‘Project Sandcastle’ Lets You Install Android On Your iPhone

Android for the iphone

Using the newly released checkra1n jailbreak to gain access to the bootloader of older iPhone models like the iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus, users can now install a semi-working version of Android on their iPhones, thanks to the Correlium team’s Project Sandcastle exploit (via 9to5Mac).

While support for additional phone models is currently in the works, ambitious iPhone 7/7 Plus owners can give the new hack a try. Of course, you need to proceed with caution since a lot of things can go wrong with the first beta of a work-in-progress hack. 

It is also worth noting that many components of the hardware are currently non-functional. Camera, Bluetooth, and cellular modems are not working in the current builds.

To find out more details and download the special builds, visit ProjectSandcastle.org.

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