[guardian-dev] IOError's Moto E hardware mod's
patrick.c.connolly at gmail.com
Tue Jan 13 11:00:54 EST 2015
Ah good point! Recently bought aSamsung LTE hotshot pro from t-mobile and
it runs android.
(recommendation caveat: Unfortunately, the fine print of the purchase is
that they won't give you the carrier unlock code until you spend $100 more
on plans after purchase. It does appear to be otherwise compatible between
USA and Canada fwiw.)
Q: Why is this email five sentences or less?
NOTE that my incoming emails are delayed from arriving in my inbox until
9am daily. If you need to reach me sooner, please use other means of
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On Jan 12, 2015 10:33 AM, "Hans-Christoph Steiner" <
hans at guardianproject.info> wrote:
> Nice :-) Also makes me wonder if there are any actual hotspot devices that
> are running Android. That would be perfect.
> Nathan of Guardian:
> > Moto E is my "daily driver" device (cheap, ubiquitous, no front facing
> > camera, good performance, etc). From Jacob/ioerror:
> > ***
> > Motorola Moto E modifications
> > What if you could have a phone that wasn't a walking room bug? What if
> > it was a useful, cheap and easy wifi hotspot but with an actual user
> > interface? Wouldn't it be nice if it had good battery life?
> > The Motorola Moto E (model: XT1021 and related devices) is an affordable
> > modern Android cellphone. It may be purchased in cash at your local
> > MediaMarkt for around 100 Euros. It is easy to modify for your everyday
> > surveillance detection, counter-surveillance and anti-surveillance
> > needs. This phone is popular as it is compatible with SnoopSnitch.
> > Nearly full information about the chips used on the phone are available.
> > A high resolution tear-down image of the mainboard is floating around as
> > well.
> > This was a quick hack to have a reasonable device for runng SnoopSnitch
> > without carrying around a portable microphone. It isn't a serious effort
> > to hack on the phone.
> > https://people.torproject.org/~ioerror/skunkworks/moto_e/
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