Here “running” Android on an iPhone

Here “running” Android on an iPhone

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Here shows Nick Lee how Android running on an iPhone. (Ill .: Screen Capture / YouTube)
Here shows Nick Lee how Android running on an iPhone. (Ill .: Screen Capture / YouTube)

No, you do not see visions.

Nick Lee is well known for running Windows 95. Apple Watch and Mac OS System 7.5.5 from 1996 on the same clock.

Android on iPhone


His latest antics are some of the newer cultivar where he has received the full version of Android to be streamed to an iPhone 6s. To achieve this you need a 3D-printed cover.

Lee cloned Android Open Source Project (ASOP) and created a customized version of Android Marshmallow to run on the card.

3D printed cover


Then he wrote out an iPhone cover in 3D and put together the card, a battery, a “boost converter” and a resistor. The first edition of the cover was relatively large, but the latest version is not much bigger than a normal cover.

Lee also got space for HDMI, USB connections and SD memory card reader. In the video below you can see him demonstrating how Android streamed to your iPhone.