The guys at redmondpie has written a guide on how to install Android 2.2.1 Froyo on the iPhone 3G and iPhone 2G. Head over to this post to read the guide. Note that you need to have a Jailbroken iPhone to make this happen. Need help jailbreaking your phone? These guides and tutorials will show you how to jailbreak your iPhone / iPad / iPod Touch.
Simply select a widescreen wallpaper from Settings or Photos, and watch your background scroll behind your icons! Wallpaper scroll speed is configurable from Settings. Need help jailbreaking your phone? These guides and tutorials will show you how to jailbreak your iPhone / iPad / iPod Touch.
Easily enable and disable features on your device straight from Settings without having to edit a plist. Toggle one or more features and then press the Respring button. By default, only the default features for your platform are enabled as of version 1.0.1. Need help jailbreaking your iPhone or iPod Touch? Then check out these guides.
Enable/disable these features:
Multitasking – Gives you the user the option to turn Apples native multitasking feature on and off at will.
Homescreen Wallpapers – The ability to enable and disable Apples own implementation of backgrounds in SpringBoard on and off.
Unified iPod – Whether you like iPod.app on your iPod Touch or having Music.app and Video.app on your iPhone, this gives you the choice.
AppStore – Don’t like what the official AppStore has to offer, or want to prevent people from using it? this gives the ability to turn off the AppStore.
Contacts (iPhone models only) – Stand-alone contacts make no sense when you have the Address Book in Phone.app? using this option you can turn it off.
HDR (Requires hardware camera) – Enable HDR on unsupported devices or disable it from your iPhone 4, the decision is yours.
GameCenter (iPhone 3G only) – Enable GameCenter on your iPhone 3G.
Camera.app (Requires hardware camera) – Disable the camera on your device.
Voice Control (Voice control capable devices only) – Disable Voice Control on all supported devices.
iControl automatically manages the state of your WiFi, 3G, Bluetooth, and 2G radios to maximize the battery life of your iPhone. iControl also extends battery life by allowing you to designate apps that iControl should kill after you lock your phone. Once you have configured your preferences, i.e. you’d like WiFi, Bluetooth and 3G on only when your phone is unlocked (or charging too!) and the rest of the time you would like your iPhone to leverage the battery saving 2G mode, iControl will make it happen every time you unlock and lock your phone. By ensuring that you use only the fastest battery sucking radios like 3G and Bluetooth when you need them iControl will extend your battery life by up to 100%!
Timestamps for ALL messages(SMS/MMS). Tired of having to guess when a message was sent or received, solely because Apple only wants to put a timestamp on every so many messages, every so often, seemingly randomly? Well, that problem is now solved. Enjoy