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  • About droidvoider
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    U.S.A. - Straight Talk
    City
    California
    Home country
    United States
    Biography
    Started with Linux and C then I followed the money to Visual Studio. Then Java, now Android C/C++ :)
    Interests
    Android Design, C/C++ programming
    Occupation
    Programmer, but more integrating stuff though lately
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    (I don't have a Note 5 anymore.. It was stolen but never resurfaced)
    *** My exploits -- based on dirtycow 5195 vulnerability ***
    https://github.com/droidvoider
  • Devices
    Samsung Galaxy Tab 4
    Samsung Galaxy Tab S
    Sony Xperia Z4
    Samsung Galaxy Note 5

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  • Last Login: 1st January 1970 12:00 AM
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Find the open sources for your device and download them. You need to match the build number from that release to the build number for the AOSP sources and download those as well. I have only done Samsung so far but the instructions are fairly clea...
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root freddierice's trident actually does give a root shell!! dirtycow is the old version in that example and it doesn't always work, but if you try a few times in row it eventually works and we have root!! It not only is giving root IT IS INJECT...
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Now tested up to downloading AOSP and make toolbox you should be all set Please give thanks to this thread: https://forum.xda-developers.com/newreply.php?do=newreply&p=43622764 Warning: I hacked my way through this stuff a few weeks ago I am no...
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Added: Examples of basic make files for Android. happy coding If you get an error Please reissue the command but pipe the output to a file. make toolbox > /home/droidvoider/Desktop/build_toolbox-output.txt zip that up with your sourc...
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Working with C cross platform Ubuntu is Linux based just like Android and this makes testing blocks of code extremely easy. You of course can't use Android headers and in some rare cases you can't test the code on Ubuntu at all but in most cases y...