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Putting Mobile OSX on HP Touchpad?


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As most of you know, HP had a huge flash sale for the new HP Touchpad, and I ordered one. I'd like to know if there's any way to put the iPad software on it?

I know some site did it to test how It'd run.
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No, as that would illegal. The mobile IOS can only be installed on a genuine Apple mobile device such as the iPhone or iPad.
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You won't find any help for that sort of thing here, bro. This forum doesn't talk about the illegal stuff.

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