Not happy with your expensive iPhone and wondered if it’s possible to run any other operating system on your iPhone, maybe, how to install Android on an iPhone or Linux for iPhones?
Android phones can be rooted, and iPhones can be jailbroken to unlock new features, but so far, it’s been close to impossible to get Android running on iPhones, given the mobile device hardware constraints and software limitations.
However, it’s now possible to smoothly run Android on an iPhone—thanks to a new initiative, dubbed Project Sandcastle.
Undertaken by cybersecurity startup Corellium, Project Sandcastle is the consequence of a 13-year-long developmental effort to port Android to iOS and as well as demonstrate that Apple’s much-vaunted security barriers can indeed be compromised.
“Where sandboxes set limits and boundaries, sandcastles provide an opportunity to create something new from the limitless bounds of your imagination,” the project website says. “The iPhone restricts users to operate inside a sandbox. But when you buy an iPhone, you own the iPhone hardware.”
“Android for the iPhone gives you the freedom to run a different operating system on that hardware. Android for the iPhone has…