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How to Run Android Jellybean in Windows Phone 8.1

Recently i came across many UI transforming apps available for Windows Phone 8.1 and we also discussed and told you about the Two Apps which can change Windows UI into Android – Super 8 and Galxy S5+. but i found an App that really works better than Galxy S5+ and Super 8 and converts the Metro Apps UI into Android’s 4.2 Jellybean UI.

The app is called “Fundroid Lite” which can be installed on any  Windows Phone via App store, it’s free. You can also find the Links at the end of this post.

I have also included a Video of How to Run Android 4.2 Jellybean on Windows phone” above, you must watch the video to see how it works. Below are some screenshots :

Also See : 7 Simple steps to run Android on PC’s 


The “Fundroid Lite” can transform and change the followind apps UI :

  • Android 4.2 interface
  • Android LockScreen
  • Widgets
  • Full Settings page
  • Backgrounds
  • Phone call
  • Contacts
  • SMS
  • EMail
  • Music Player
  • Social: Facebook, Twitter, FunDroiders, Live Pict
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Overall out of many it performs best but the Question is even though it;s a really nice app for android lover but why some one take windows if he love android? Do leave your comments below.

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Written by Ravi Singh

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