Posted by Jerry Hildenbrand on 23 Jan 2012 7:55 am
If you're an Android hacker or developer, you know about BusyBox. For the lay-people among us, it's a utility that extends the limited commands provided by the Android toolkit in the shell -- copying and renaming files, reading and writing data, that sort of thing. Here's a chance to learn a little more, as Stephen Erickson has open-sourced his BusyBox installer application. A look at the...
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