BusyBox Now Available for Non-Rooted Smartphones

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  • 06 Jun 2013
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  • It is a well known fact that most advanced functions for the Android OS require that the handsets be rooted so access to the system folders can be allowed. Linux related tools such as BusyBox – necessary for enhancing the devices capabilities also require that the device be rooted to be installed, at least until now.


    Developer Burrows Apps, also known for some of the more advanced options available on the Play Store, has launched the unique app BusyBox Non-Root. Like the naming suggest, the app allows users to install BusyBox even on non-rooted devices and use the advanced features it offers.

    Installing BusyBox through this app is as easy as pressing a button. It requires at least 110 MB free on the device’s internal memory and also includes a Terminal Emulator for programming the system with new parameters. The app will also download the latest version of BusyBox right on your phone and upgrade it when needed. It is available for free on the Play Store.

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    • Jared Burrows

      Thank you for posting my application!

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