Multi-touch Support for Android on iPhone 3G

Ashesh Shah
August 18, 2017
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In last week, we have seen a video of Android operating system running on iPhone 2G phone. The hacker who had developed this trick has now successfully added multi-touch support for Android on iPhone 3G.

The hacker has written a piece of driver code for Zephyr2. It basically brings multi-touch feature on the iPhone. Apparently, Apple also uses this driver on their iDevices, which mainly includes iPhone, iPod Touch and newly launched iPad.

Android OS is now almost ready to run on iPhone 3G, but there are some major issues that need to be solved before moving ahead in the process. If Android OS runs appropriately on iPhone 3G, it’s quite possible to run it on iPad tablet. However, it will require much time and development to get full featured Android OS for iPad models.

For time being, watch the following status update video of Android on iPhone 3G.

Resource:
http://www.tech-exclusive.com/2010/05/02/multi-touch-support-for-android-on-iphone-3g/

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