David Wang “we’ve made tremendous progress and brought Android to iPhone 3G. Although this port is slightly more rough than the previous Android on first-generation iPhone port, this marks an important milestone for the more DIY-minded owners of the millions of iPhone 3G devices that’re out there,” said David. Those who want to try, you’ll have to wait couple of days when the packaged binaries & instructions for 3G are posted. “This port brings several other improvements along with many under-the-hood improvements and bug fixes, the Wi-Fi driver has been fleshed out with all Android-specific extensions, making it more stable & reliable. We’ve also added an Android icon to boot menu to make it more easily accessible. Also, audio support is tested and gotten it working in homemade bootloader, so support for audio in Linux/Android will be coming in a few days,” writes David.