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Discussion in 'Jailbreaks and iOS Hacks' started by iTitos, Jan 15, 2012.
i want to make a dumb question !!
can i run iOS on android phones ?!
:/ i wonder because one of my friend he buy recently the Galaxy Nexus S
and i want to put him the iOS!!
Yes you can. Just use and iOS launcher. Google search it.
It won't actually be ios for obvious programming reasons but it will look and act like it.
Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; CPU iPhone OS 5_0_1 like Mac OS X) AppleWebKit/534.46 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.1 Mobile/9A405 Safari/7534.48.3)
That would probably be the closest you will EVER get.
Be a great trick to plan on an android fan. Lol
There are lots of androids themes lockscreens etc in cydia I haven't looked at them much since I'm not that interested. if you just search android in cydia it will pull up allot of them..
Here's the basic concept: Operating systems are made to run on specific hardware.
I think it only works up 3.x firmware though.
Like not being able to run Windows on a Mac?
They are made to run on specific hardware. Does not mean they can't. Case in point: Hackintosh,
Root the Nexus and look for the MIUI rom. It is the closest to iOS you can get legally on Android
Correct. All the virtual machine technology, e.g., hackintosh, VMWare, Parallels, etc., have a layer of emulation software that sits between the hardware and the operating system that 'fools' the operating system into thinking it's running directly on supported hardware.
I have windows on my mac.
Which was my point.....
Try installing Windows on your Mac without emulation software, which includes Boot Camp, and see how far you get.
What? I didn't know Android uses Cydia. Read before 'trying' to help others.
Windows is installed an ran from your hard drive. On its own partition. Other than the bios. What is being emulated?
Go back to my original statement; Operating systems are made to run on specific hardware. What's Windows designed to run on? PowerPC? No. Solaris? No. Intel? Ding, ding, ding. We have a winner. What kind of hardware are recent Macs built with? Intel! Where do the drivers come from so Windows can talk to the Mac Intel hardware? Boot Camp! Does Boot Camp do any emulation? I don't know. I don't use it. My original statement stands and is not contradicted by you running Windows on your Mac.