Today, as I promised, as I saw you all wanted me to make this video, I'll show you how to install and configure OpeniBOOT in order to run Android on old Apple devices like iPhone, iPhone 2G, iPod Touch 1st Generation and so on.
Having Android on an Apple device was always something very interesting and triky due to the differences between Android and iOS compatible components, so what happens when Android meets an iPhone? Well, yopu basically get yourself a great operating system installed on a great device. Sounds cool, isn't it? Of course it is, and if you happen to have some old Apple device compatible with OpeniBOOT and the iDroid Project, then why not starting this small, yet amazing "garage" project?
You only need a couple of tools to get yourself started, and, of course, a great tutorial to follow 🙂
This tutorial is compatible with iOS 3.x to 4.x
The tools used including the rare IPSW are here:
The rare IPSW for iPod Touch 1,1 (iOS 3.1.2): //bit.ly/1TmTg9r
Old RedSn0w version: //bit.ly/1ROb7Zb
OIB Tools Windows: //bit.ly/1mez0g0
iBOOT files: //bit.ly/1mmwi7D
For better stability while uploading payload to the phone, please run Redsn0w in Compatibility mode with Windows XP if you are running Windows 7 and with Windows Vista if you are on Windows 8 /10.
This is the result after doing everything: