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iPhone Running Android

Programmer Nick Lee, known for putting Windows 95 on an Apple Watch, unveils his latest project: a 3D-printed iPhone case that lets you run a fully-operational version of Android on an iPhone. First, he cloned the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) to make a custom Android Marshmallow build to run on a board he purchased. He then 3D printed an iPhone-sized enclosure, and proceeded to install the board, battery, resistor, along with a boost converter to make the lightweight case you see above. That's not all, HDMI, USB ports, and an SD card slot was added to finish things off. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of a crazy drone racing battle.

5. Drone Racing Battle



4. Shooting Through Bulletproof Glass



3. Gamer Uses Potatoes to Play Skyrim



2. Fastest Lap Ever at the Isle of Mann



1. How Much Everyone Working on a $200-Million Movie Makes










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This entry was posted on 06/08/2016 01:30am and is filed under Google Android, iPhone, Picdump, Software .
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