Rasp­berry Pi-based box makes root­ing An­droid phones easy

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Root­ing An­droid phones with a Rasp­berry Pi-based box will now be sim­pler and more in­ter­est­ing. Ac­cord­ing to Wikipedia, “An­droid root­ing is the process of al­low­ing users of smart­phones, tablets and other de­vices run­ning the An­droid mo­bile op­er­at­ing sys­tem to at­tain priv­i­leged con­trol (known as ‘root ac­cess’) within An­droid's sub­sys­tem.” All you need to do is to con­nect your de­vice to the in­ge­nious box named CA­SUAL, an ab­bre­vi­a­tion for 'CrossSODWIRUP $'B 6FULSWLQJ 8QL­fiHG $QGURLG /RDGHU'. C$68$/, GHYHORSHG Ey long time hard­ware hacker Adam Out­ler, helps the user to plug in the de­vice and feed its ex­ploits over ADB.

The­o­ret­i­cally, you don't need a screen, mouse or a key­board to op­er­ate

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