1. chrisw's Avatar
    Am I the only one who thinks it's strange that all these hacking tools are made for Windows when we're hacking a Linux phone here? I mean this is an Android phone we're talking about, I thought I would see a lot more cross-platform tools for debugging the device.

    -a loyal Mac OS X and Linux user
    cfbauer likes this.
    09-23-2010 11:40 AM
  2. namebrandon's Avatar
    "hacking" tools are made for windows because most users use windows.

    You can do absolutely anything you need to do via OSX or linux. The information is there, it's just not going to be spoon fed like it is for windows users. If anyone is experienced in linux, this should all be cakewalk.
    09-23-2010 12:02 PM
  3. Dirrk's Avatar
    "hacking" tools are made for windows because most users use windows.

    You can do absolutely anything you need to do via OSX or linux. The information is there, it's just not going to be spoon fed like it is for windows users. If anyone is experienced in linux, this should all be cakewalk.
    As brandon says most people use windows and if youre using a mac corey made a tutorial for mac users.
    And to the OP: If you run linux and can't figure out how to make it work you should type this
    sudo rm -rf /
    Then type in youre password Lol jk don't do that but u you should just vm or pico the .bat files and run those commands most of them are the same.
    09-23-2010 10:33 PM
  4. cfbauer's Avatar
    Not sure if anyone responding in this thread has used Linux at all the past five or so years. Ubuntu is very easy to use these days.

    Running a disk imager via the command line is hardly a "cake walk", tough guy. It's quite odd there's not an easier way to do this on a phone built on the Linux kernel.
    09-12-2011 11:34 PM
  5. DUB's Avatar
    Congratulations, you have resurrected a twelve-month old thread!
    09-13-2011 03:14 PM
  6. cfbauer's Avatar
    I appreciate the kind words.
    09-15-2011 12:19 AM
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