If you want to change iPhone operating system, you have two options – whether to change it to the top common Android platform or to go for the modern, but not that liked by everyone Windows Mobile. Ok, or at least these are the main alternatives you have in case you are up to change iPhone operating system. And since this material has already started with the clear statement you do not actually need Windows Mobile on your iPhone, let`s skip to the Android part. There is a very easy way to make the change – fast and safely. Plus – once you do it, you will be able to get the two groups of benefits: those of having an iPhone and those of using the most intuitive and budget-friendly mobile operating system, Android.
Here are all the steps you need to follow, when you finally make the decision to change the iPhone operating system, specifically to Android:
Make sure you have a reliable 3G connection. Otherwise, the entire process will be a failure. And you might eventually end up with no properly working OS on your precious iPhone.
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The easiest way to change iPhone operating system:
- Visit App Store and download it.
- Finish the jailbreaking successfully.
- Go back to App Store and download Cydia.
- Launch the app.
- Press on Manage button of the Cydia.
- Choose Sources and go to Edit option.
- Then go to Add option.
- Add the repo,nenkoala.co.uk.
- Finish the Cydia process.
- Install the Bootlace after adding the new repository.
- Proceed with Bootlace by patching the kernel.
- Press Rebook and soon, the iPhone will signal it is rebooted.
- Go back to Bootlace and press the button OpeniBoot to let it download and get installed on your device.
- Find the iDroid option and press it.
- In few minutes of installation, you will Android OS system installed.
- Reboot and switch off the iPhone – just in case – to make sure have succeeded to change iPhone operating system faultlessly.