Google Glass has plenty of folks a little scared of being recorded in secret, but saying "OK Glass" and the recording light are kind of a dead giveaway. But a rooted pair of specs? Those could be a creeper's dream.
Though Google Glass runs Android, it's not exactly as wide open as your typical Android phone. And given its spot as the most futuristic tech available right now, you know hackers want to tinker with Google's specs. Legendary hacker Jay Freeman, famously known as Saurik who created the Cydia app store for iOS…
If you use a rooted Samsung S-Memo, it is not securely storing your Google credentials. Might wanna fix that. [XDA Devs]
Even though Google hasn't officially announced it, some users at XDA-developers have discovered that Google Music Sync, the much anticipated streaming music service from Google, is already working with rooted Android phones running Honeycomb's music player. Most of the details are still unknown but users say it works…
Joining the proud lineage of rooted phones, Droid 2 has officially been compromised. What took you so long, guys? As always, please proceed with extreme caution. It's not the most complicated hack in the world, but a wrong move could do some serious damage to your phone. [XDA Developers Forum via Engadget]
You could root your Droid X the old fashioned way, or you can download a program that'll do it for you with a single touch. I'm not gonna tell you your business, but this is a no-brainer, folks.
It was only a matter of time, really: the good people over at Droid X Forums have scrapped together a 12-step root that so far (based on limited feedback) seems to work.
11 days before the EVO 4G launches exclusively on Sprint, and hackers have already successfully rooted the phone. Video showing their finesse after the jump.
So like the Droid before it, the Cliq has been rooted. It's not ready for wholesale fun-making mods yet, however—it's not capable of handling new ROMs quite yet. But it will be, my friends. Mods like Cyanogen, Sense, and more should be coming soon, in case you're sick of Blur's Twitter interface being all up in YOUR…