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Re: Android Lock Screen bypass

October 13th, 2018, 9:29

lcoughey wrote:I'm curious, does this work with BlackBerry devices running Android too?


Never tried it, but this is really a good subject for me here.

the reason why not tested is that we don`t see BB here a lot maybe 1/10000 very very rare for us. but worth trying

Thank you for bringing this subject will look into it.

Re: Android Lock Screen bypass

October 13th, 2018, 9:35

lcoughey wrote:I'm curious, does this work with BlackBerry devices running Android too?


Sorry, i tried to edit the prev. post but seems its gone

Anyway,,,

Luke, do you have any Ref. Doc. or List of BB phones with Android OS?

i was looking here at the latest BB list: https://www.gsmarena.com/blackberry-phones-36.php

but since am not so good on those particular models/phones, perhaps few samples from phones that you know will make it easier to find & buy.. to test it here

Thank you

Re: Android Lock Screen bypass

October 18th, 2018, 10:34

It doesn't even seem like you plug the usb in enough to make an connection!...just an tennsy emulating an HID keyboard and entering the correct password or just buffer overflow..

Re: Android Lock Screen bypass

October 20th, 2018, 3:49

quiksilver4730 wrote:It doesn't even seem like you plug the usb in enough to make an connection!...just an tennsy emulating an HID keyboard and entering the correct password or just buffer overflow..


In life while you are moving you might (most of the time) find barking (objects) everywhere, you may respond/react with one of 2 only options:
A- through a stone to that (object), but the (object) keeps barking.
B- move on and let the (object) alone... doing what he is doing most.

Me myself, i prefer the 2nd. option.

probably "quiksilver4730" (am talking to you here now) did not see the prev. 2 demos its more clear there.
and use real names to define your self rather than hiding urself behind nicknames.

Re: Android Lock Screen bypass

October 22nd, 2018, 10:28

C-Claim that you came up with this "IDEA" :lol: ..Its posted all over the internet well before your posted..then try to hide your
development board and make a bunch of bogus videos..Ill use my real name as soon as you start too!...All i was trying to point out is you didn't plug the usb plug in enough to make an connection..

Re: Android Lock Screen bypass

November 25th, 2018, 2:54

Update here,

for those who asked whats the Diff. between the 2 cases which i listed before where my solution works with one and does not with the other one i made this video to show you the diff. between both.

Secure Boot enabled/disabled

you may PAUSE the video and read the notes from the google phone.

here is the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OM3nFWI8ocY

thank you

Re: Android Lock Screen bypass

January 5th, 2020, 11:07

einstein9 wrote:seems my wish will never come true.. :lol: Anyway
Bolo wrote:Really must say WOW..... just one question: phone need support OTG, correct ? Or non-OTG phones is also supported ?


Any android phone "Bolo" will work regardless of the OTG support.

in fact the reason why i came up with this idea is the following case scenario:

Some airports provide the power CHARGER service, and one day i was sitting @ the Airport waiting for my flight i came up with this IDEA
As i mentioned in Youtube Desc. the solution is customizable and imagine a USB HUB with 2 wires, one connected to the phone to charge it
and the other is connected to MY USB, Anyone connects his phone will be UNLOCKED 1st. (timer can be set here to unlock) and then
we can upload a REMOTE controlled HIDDEN SERVICE. and thats it.

i think you got the big picture here.

I think 2 years back one Russian came up with the KILLER FLASH design, where he used Capacitors to charge and then Dis-charge and kill the connected
device (PC/Phone) when attached. after 2 years of his discovery i saw some idiot in TV somewhere in USA talking about it live (stealing the Russian Idea)

As a slogan from Steve Jobs "people don't know what they want until you show it to them"
I started this Android project and its ready in 2017 for the Law Enforcement only.

:beer: :agree:



This was in 2016 , Where many people had doubts about it...

In Nov 2019 came out, Ref. link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aP8yrkkLWlM

Re: Android Lock Screen bypass

January 8th, 2020, 6:46

einstein9 wrote:Update here,,

Demonstration on Android 9 Pie with latest security patch update was successful
Works very well,

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gSawPnDSHxc

Test Phone: OnePlus6
OS: Android 9 Pie
Time needed: About 1min

Killing Advantage:

- No Loader/Phone modification is required to terminate the locked screen (you may lock it back just like nothing happened)
- Very Fast, in most cases less than a minute.
- USB Debugging & Developer Options are DISABLED
- Flight Mode (no Wifi or BT connectivity)
- No Computer or software is required to unlock the phone (expensive licensed Apps)
- Works in ANY Android ver. (so far v.9 Android Pie)

:> :wink:




Are you selling it?


What is the price?

Re: Android Lock Screen bypass

January 25th, 2020, 2:12

einstein9 wrote:seems my wish will never come true.. :lol: Anyway
Bolo wrote:Really must say WOW..... just one question: phone need support OTG, correct ? Or non-OTG phones is also supported ?


Any android phone "Bolo" will work regardless of the OTG support.

in fact the reason why i came up with this idea is the following case scenario:

Some airports provide the power CHARGER service, and one day i was sitting @ the Airport waiting for my flight i came up with this IDEA
As i mentioned in Youtube Desc. the solution is customizable and imagine a USB HUB with 2 wires, one connected to the phone to charge it
and the other is connected to MY USB, Anyone connects his phone will be UNLOCKED 1st. (timer can be set here to unlock) and then
we can upload a REMOTE controlled HIDDEN SERVICE. and thats it.

i think you got the big picture here.

I think 2 years back one Russian came up with the KILLER FLASH design, where he used Capacitors to charge and then Dis-charge and kill the connected
device (PC/Phone) when attached. after 2 years of his discovery i saw some idiot in TV somewhere in USA talking about it live (stealing the Russian Idea)

As a slogan from Steve Jobs "people don't know what they want until you show it to them"
I started this Android project and its ready in 2017 for the Law Enforcement only.

:beer: :agree:



I wrote about this 2 years back, and some people were thinking its a silly or dump idea
now its verified here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=32aGHSQExaA

:idea:
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