Originally Posted by sonnhy
Thanks! Clear answer! But if i don't care about being 'tappable' can i give it a try? How can i make a symlink of /dev/random to /dev/urandom?
Btw, the soft-brick isn't so dangerous because i can simply flahs the backup over..
No luck...I tried
ln -s /dev/urandom /dev/random
Both at runtime and as a init.d script...does not work...
Ok guys...I changed the way the zip mounts system...it now uses temporary busybox...should suit more devices now...but if nothing is applied (e.g. you type "su", "seeder" in terminal but error shows), then you have to mount system manually in recovery...Here's the new Seeder_v5.zip, no changes, no need to reflash for the current users...
If you get a status 0 error, kindly replace the update-binary in the zip with another from any zip that works with your device...