The General misconception with people when they hear the word ‘Hack’ is getting something for free or stealing something. Hack broadly means-playing with the system to Get more out of it or do stuff that can’t be done. This video tutorial is exactly that, it is about having administrator control of a wifi network ie. Have control over who is using your wifi. So Use it fairly. Goodluck.
If you are reading this and still don’t have your own money making iPhone or iPad App empire YOU MISSED THE TRAIN, pal! Yep, you heard me right. Sounds harsh, I know, but someone needs to tell you the blatant truth already, so FACE IT: you missed the Gold Rush!
The answer is to build your own Android™ Empire. Sounds too bold? Ok lets start with Android™ House then! You have to start now before you miss the Gold Rush again!
Opportunities like this come once in a lifetime.
Today you have a chance to get ahold of the fully practical Crash Course called“App Dev Empire for the Android™”. No filler, no long introductions.
I value your time, and I know better than anyone that you have to start NOW.
In Lesson 1 we’ll download and install the development environment together, I will show you how to get around fast, the tools you really need to start fast! It’s very easy even if you don’t have any programming skills at all!These are actual video tutorials where you will be looking over my shoulder and duplicating my success!
Next we’ll get into creating your first project. You discover how to create a user interface for your first game. We will be creating your own “Scroll shooter” genre game! Just like iCopter, jetpack joyride or R-Type popular games. A simple to create game that still shows all the types of development you would need to create other games!
On the next step you will discover how to create the core of the game, how to connect actions in the game, and how to add ascrolling background.
In the next lesson we’ll create the main player, teach him how to behave in the game and use the player’s controls, how to avoid obstacles. We’ll also add some cool animations, such as explosions!
Next we explain how to check the interactions with the objects and teach our player to avoid the obstacles, adding more cool animations along the way.
Next we’ll add game bonuses to keep the player motivated. Finally we’ll set the conditions of game victory and defeat, and add some cool music and visuals.
In the final video tutorial we’ll show you how to export the finished game into the Android™ marketplace, called GooglePlay, submit, and start making sales!
In conclusion, you will have a full plug and play solution that you can be selling in the marketplace right away! And remember there is no approval or risk that your game will be declined! That’s the beauty of developing for Android™!
Creating a game is just a part of the story! Making money by selling it is where the best value is. That’s why I will not leave you stranded wondering where to get traffic, and will address this question in the final part of the course called “The Top 9 ways of monetizing your app or game and the top 7 traffic sources that will help you drive traffic and market your creation!”
And the best part – it is a fully multimedia self updating course! It means once you join, you are IN for life.This includes all the future updates that will be provided for free for you! There are no DVDs to be shipped or any other delays. You will get instant access to the member area where I collected all the necessary resources and lessons for you, including the video tutorials!
Remember this is a crash course, no filler, no water;forget wasting weeks and weeks on learning things you’ll never need. Only the information you really need to get started fast without requiring any prior programming skills whatsoever!
To start with the process of rooting your HTC One S, make sure that you are ready with the following:
- Ensure you have ClockworkMod recovery installed on your device.
- Download CWM-SuperSU-v0.96.zip (or the latest version of SuperSU from its official XDA thread) to your computer. Do not extract this file. Place this file in the root directory of your phone’s internal storage.
How To Root HTC One S using ClockworkMod recovery
To root your HTC One S using ClockworkMod recovery, follow the steps below:
- Power off your device.
- Hold down Volume down and Power buttons (Volume down + Power) until your screen responds.
- Choose the RECOVERY option from the list to boot into CWM recovery.
- Take a backup of your device by choosing ‘backup and restore‘, and then select ‘backup‘.
- After the backup is complete, ‘go back‘ to the main menu of CWM recovery.
- Select ‘install zip from sdcard’.
- Select ‘choose zip from sdcard’.
- Now select the file CWM-SuperSU-v0.96.zip (or the latest version of SuperSU) that you had downloaded earlier.
- Choose Yes, and CWM recovery will now start installing the file.
- After successful installation, you can reboot your device by choosing ‘go back’ and then ‘reboot system now’.
- Done! Your phone is now rooted (if everything went fine)!
- Open up your Apps list and you will notice a new app ‘SuperSU’. You can access it anytime to manage root permissions for different apps.
- Congrats! Your HTC One S is now rooted.
For those of you with Verizon HTC One M7 or M8, you know that Verizon has been going a bit too far by totally locking bootloaders on users while every other HTC One model on the planet is unlockable using HTCDev.com. Well, this is truly sad story but thanks to excellent Android expert XDA user JCase, you will be able to root your Verizon HTC One M7 or M8 easily using his WeakSauce application.
The process is pretty simple, you just need to download WeakSauce app (APK file) then install on your phone and run it. Then also install SuperSU app from Play Store and reboot your phone. Voila, your phone should be rooted in about 5 minutes max. Also, this does not void your warranty since it only gives your Verizon HTC One M7/M8 root. The WeakSauce app actually “roots” your phone on every boot as that’s how this app works but does not touch any of your bootloader parts.
Now, if you want to install custom ROMs, you can also go a step further and get S-OFF. While regular HTC One models do not require S-OFF to install custom ROMs, the Verizon model does require it since bootloader is still locked. To get S-OFF on your Verizon HTC One M7/M8, you can simply use FireWater.
Once that’s done, you can follow from Step 5 of our root page to install CWM or TWRP recovery.
Credits – XDA <— Please donate to the developer of WeakSauce JCase if you want to thank the developer who found a way to root the Verizon HTC One M7/M8.
Researchers have revealed that Android’s ‘factory reset’ feature doesn’t remove all data from devices, leaving up to 500 million users open to attack.
The University of Cambridge has revealed that, even with full-disk encryption in play, performing a factory reset on Android smartphones leaves sensitive information up for grabs on the majority of devices.
The university examined 21 phones, running Android versions 2.3 to 4.3, and found could up to 500 million Android devices might be at risk of leaving personal data available to attackers after being ‘reset.’
For example, the researchers found that they were easily able to access the previous owners Gmail account on 80 percent of the devices it tested.
“We were able to retrieve the Google master cookie from the great majority of phones, which means that we could have logged on to the previous owner’s gmail account,” the researchers said.
All of the 21 phones left some sensitive data behind, including information generated by Facebook and WhatsApp, images, videos and text messages.
They researchers noted Google’s own-brand Nexus firms fared better than those from the likes of HTC and Samsung, but said that all vendors need to do more to protect user data.
“The reasons for failure are complex; new phones are generally better than old ones, and Google’s own brand phones are better than the OEM offerings. However the vendors need to do a fair bit of work, and users need to take a fair amount of care.”
This research follows an investigation carried out back in 2014 which revealed that CEX and Cash Converters have been selling second-hand mobile phones containing sensitive information from their previous owners, despite promising these customers that the phones would be fully wiped before being sold on.
In a seperate report, the Cambridge researchers note that such companies could carry out large-scale attacks given the sensitive data they are able to access, made easier by third-party remote wiping service that also fail to clear information from devices.
“Antivirus software that relies on a faulty factory reset can only go so far, and there’s only so much you can do with a user process,” the researchers said.
“These failings mean that staff at firms which handle lots of second-hand phones (whether lost, stolen, sold or given to charity) could launch some truly industrial-scale attacks.”
These findings could spell bad news for businesses, with Good Technology revealing earlier this month that Android accounted for 26 percent of enterprise smartphone activiations in the first quarter of 2015.
Repost from : http://www.v3.co.uk/v3-uk/news/2409934/androids-faulty-factory-reset-tool-leaves-500-million-users-open-to-attack