Root Access to Android OS Easy as One Click

August 19, 2009 by Rico Mossesgeld  
Filed under Cellphones

Root Access to Android OS Easy as One Click

So it’s reported that, that full access to an Android OS device is as easy as downloading a 4MB app called FlashRec and executing it. The app basically replaces the devices recovery ROM with a less restrictive one, so completing the process requires asking the device to do recovery. The user-friendly aspect? This hack is kind enough to allow backups of whatever it overwrites, so returning the whole setup to “pristine” condition is possible.
hat’s the point of “rooting” the Android OS? It pretty much opens up the device to any modified Android OS of a user’s choosing, allowing customization on … [Read More]

Google Android Bug Shows Benefit of Open Source and Free Flow of Info

Google Android Bug Shows Benefit of Open Source and Free Flow of Info

Imagine typing out a text message, tapping in “reboot”, and wondering why your phone actually rebooted. That’s a quirk caused by a hilarious—but serious—bug affecting G1’s running on the RC29 firmware revision. I totally understand why Ed Burnette called this the “Worst. Bug. Ever.” over at zdnet.com. A bug that ultimately gives a casual user complete access to your smartphone if you happen to leave it unattended is a very bad thing indeed.
At the same time however, Ed’s discussion of the issue also shows the advantages of open source, and why being able to share info quickly over the internet … [Read More]


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