Since both Android and iPhone CPUs use the same ARM instruction set, we
were able to utilize a mobile-webkit buffer overflow to get iOS to boot
on an Android device—and we’re giving it out to anyone who wants it.
your Android phone’s web browser to see how to get iOS 8 running on
your Android phone, or scroll down for the written guide. The process is
literally one tap, so anyone can do it—no root required.
Just in case you’re wondering, this process does not require root access
and none of your existing data will be touched. Just be sure that your
device meets the following requirements to dual-boot iOS 8 on Android.
- Android 4.0 or higher (yes, even Lollipop)
- 1 GB of free storage space
With the requirements met and your device ready, follow the short list of steps below to get iOS 8 up and running.
- click this add once,
- Browse to AndroidHacks.com from your Android phone.
- Tap the giant “Dual-Boot iOS” button at the bottom.
- Wait for the system to install.
- Use your new iOS 8 system on Android!
Note that this process is completely reversible. Since it’s a dual-boot
system, you can easily revert back in your power options. Also, if your
Android device doesn’t have a physical home button, you can return to
the home page in iOS by tapping on the status bar.
As expected, some apps from the iOS App Store you install may
force-close, but most system apps should work well enough to showcase
the operating system to friends. Let us know what apps worked for you in
the comments below.