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Old 02-02-2012, 08:23 PM   #1
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Android on IPhone

Hi all,

I have an old IPhone supposed to be IPhone2G (or just IPhone). I expect installing Android on it. On googling there are dozens of instruction (mainly youtube). I wonder which of them will be the right guide for me. Could you please shed me some light? TIA

Furthermore how to find the IPhone model? If my old IPhone is NOT suitable for running Android, what other Open Source Linux mobile can work. (I have IPhone3G here but I won't touch it).

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looks risky. daring to try it?


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