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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by desolateone1, Sep 5, 2010.

  1. desolateone1

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    As some of you probably know, the ps3 has recently been hacked, allowing us to run unsigned code. The source code for the exploit leaked and a dev called KaKaRoTo managed to get it to run from a Nokia N900. The other day, KaKaRoTo released his source code and someone already ported it to the Palm Pre. This quick port was possible because the N900 and Palm Pre both share the same USB controller(mUSB) which happens to be the controller used by the Droid/Milestone.
    Maybe some of you guys can get this working on our milestones!

    This doesn't look too hard to do either. We shouldn't need to do too many alterations to get it working on the milestone.
    Here is what we apparently need to do to port it from the nokia.
    Just substitute the droid kernel for the milestone kernel.
    And here's a link to the source code over at github:
    PSFreedom

    Thanks and good luck to anyone who gives this a try!
     

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    I made an account just to say that I agree with this post and I would be willing to donate for a port of the code to the milestone.
     
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    Phones, more phones and yet more phones!
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    Nice things are moving right along...
     
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