Install Android 2.2.1 Froyo on iPhone 2G, 3G

We featured a Guide on how to Install Android on iPhone (2.1), Install Android on iPhone 3G, 2GInstall Android 2.2 Froyo on iPhone, here comes the guide that brings your iPhone to latest version of Android Froyo: 2.2.1

The new installations of Android 2.2.1 is now much more easier thanks to the release of BootLace 2.1, a Cydia App. The method is so easy that anyone can do it, without even connecting your iPhone to PC.

Compatible devices:

  • iPhone 2G running on iOS 3.1.2 – 3.1.3
  • iPhone 3G running on iOS 3.1.2 – 3.1.3 – 4.0 – 4.0.1 – 4.0.2 – 4.1

Supported Jailbreak Tools:

Pre-Requistes:

Make sure your iPhone is jailbroken, or follow our Jailbreaking guides.

How to Install Android Froyo 2.2.1 on iPhone 2G, 3G

Step 1. Launch Cydia -> Tap on “Manage  Tab”  -> Select “Sources” and in the upper right corner Click ‘Edit’ and then Click ‘Add’ and Enter this URL: http://repo.neonkoala.co.uk and then Tap on ‘Add Source’

Step 2. Search and install “BootLace”. Once installed, launch it from the springboard. Then, click “Install” to install  OpeniBoot


Step 4. Next,  Install ‘iDroid’ by tapping on its icon at the Bottom bar and “Install” it, as well.

Step 5. Now tap on ‘QuickBoot‘ icon at the bottom of the screen. And Tap on the Android Logo as shown in the screenshot below. It will reboot your iPhone with Android 2.2.1 Froyo. Thats all, wohoo!

Enjoy the Latest Android OS on your iPhone.

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  • Smarciano

    Can this be undone? I mean does the phone boot into Android, or iOS? I like both OS's, would like to be able to choose which to run without having to restore.

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    • Chico

      You can choose what ever os you want at boot with openiboot

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  • devon

    once into the android software, this is how you get out:

    press the “sleep” and “home” button on your iphone at the same time…this gives you the option to power down your phone. Press “power off.” Once your iphone has shut off, power it back on. A prompt will appear giving you the option to boot into iOS or Android OS. Use the “volume” buttons to choose which OS to boot into and then use the “home” button to select the OS to boot.

    Took me a good ten minutes to figure it out, hope it saves people some time. For me Android OS was really crappy on my 2g, so I'm uninstalling it all.

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    • Maxxcole

      how u uninstall it

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    • Aashan_freakinteen

      how do you uninstall??

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  • Twisted_transistor_13

    Your repo is empty. Cant find OpeniBoot

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