One of the best reasons to use Android devices is to be able to perform more operations on the platform freely, and now this feature has also been extended to Apple iPhones. Hackers have found ways to port Android to jailbroken iPhones.
The Correlium team today released an ongoing hacking beta to get the Android operating system running on iPhones.
By using the checkra1n jailbreak vulnerability to access the bootloader of older iPhones, Project Sandcastle allows you to install Android on iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus. Other iPhones are being supported.
In addition to currently only supporting the iPhone 7 series, many components of the hardware are currently not functioning. Cameras, Bluetooth, and cellular modems do not work in the current version. Judging from the operation video, the system operation is not smooth, and there is a freeze.
The checkm8 bootrom vulnerability released at the end of 2019 affects all iPhone models from iPhone 4s to iPhone X, and because the problem lies in the hardware ROM, Apple cannot fix it with software.
Corellium and Apple are currently in a legal dispute over iOS virtualization in cloud services.
Learn more and download special versions at ProjectSandcastle.org
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