The “Project Sandcastle,” as its known, has a brand new website, that gives you explicit instructions on how to get the Android 10 on a handful of the iPhones. As of now, the list of compatible iOS devices is fairly short, with just the followed devices of iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, and seventh-generation iPod Touch working with the hack.
Even then, Android on an iPhone’s will be the severely limited for now only. The Basic functions such as the camera, audio, cellular and network connectivity, but the Bluetooth don’t work yet. In other words, don’t plan on flashing the Android on an iPhone 7 Plus and using it as on your daily driver.
Still, Project Sandcastle has promised that, If you love the Apple’s hardware but can’t stand to use iOS ecosystem and you could, in the future, just you have a viable option to swap it out for the Android.
Conversely, if there are any features that you love about Android and that the iOS doesn’t offer, you could feasibly even swap back it and forth between the two operating systems on a single device as well.
It should be noted that, isn’t that the first time we’ve seen the Android on an iPhone. Over the ten years ago, a pair of developers got Android working on the very first iPhone model. As luck would have it, those two developers are David Wang and Chris Wade are part of the Project Sandcastle developers team.
If you want to try out Android on your iPhone and you have an compatible hardware, you can check out the Project Sandcastle site here to give the beta a shot now and enjoy your multi ecosystem on your single device.