An archive of older Android firmware images that give you root access on your Samsung mobile.
A site where you can search on Samsung devices and build custom Android firmware that gives you root access if it's in there.
ToneDef is a small, but powerful tone dialer application for Android featuring DTMF, blue box, and red box tone generation. Use the keypad, enter a predefined sequence, or select an entry from your contact list. F-Droid is currently the recommended way to install ToneDef.
UnifiedPush is a set of specifications and tools that lets the user choose how push notifications* are delivered. All in a free and open source way.
TL;DR I JUST WANT TO KNOW WHAT TO INSTALL: ntfy (Android)
The app periodically scans your surroundings for potential tracking devices, like AirTags or other Find My devices.
The AirTags and other Find My devices are simple, small and perfect to track Android users! Without tracking warnings, as integrated on iOS, anyone could try to track your behavior by placing an AirTag in your jacket, backpack or car.
With the app you can play a sound on AirTags and find it easily. Afterward, you can view at which locations the device has tracked you. For this we use background location access. All location data never leaves your device
If you no one is trying to track you, the app will never bother you.
This application provides display and control of Android devices connected on USB (or over TCP/IP). It does not require any root access. It works on GNU/Linux, Windows and macOS. Tries to be lightweight, fast, and unintrusive. Android v5 or later required. Requires the adb debugging option. Does not require a separate application running on the phone.
Join the most popular Internet of Things platform with free Cloud, iOS and Android mobile apps, Web dashboard, and Machine Learning. Has mobile apps for interacting with interfaced devices. Assemble custom apps with a drag-and-drop builder. If it's networked and you can mess with it, you can get it talking to Blynk.
If you want to use their service, developer accounts are free but are limited to five (5) devices at a time. Paid service starts at $415us.
Open source: You can download the server's source code and run it yourself if you want. It's written in Java.
TinyCheck allows you to easily capture network communications from a smartphone or any device which can be associated to a Wi-Fi access point in order to quickly analyze them. This can be used to check if any suspect or malicious communication is outgoing from a smartphone, by using heuristics or specific Indicators of Compromise (IoCs). In order to make it working, you need a computer with a Debian-like operating system and two Wi-Fi interfaces. The best choice is to use a Raspberry Pi (2+) a Wi-Fi dongle and a small touch screen. This tiny configuration (for less than $50) allows you to tap any Wi-Fi device, anywhere.
A webapp that loads a virtual gamepad onto a mobile device's display. By interacting with the gamepad via the touchscreen, you play the game. Load the URL into a browser and go to town.
Supports up to four players.
Delta Chat is like Telegram or Whatsapp but without the tracking or central control. Delta Chat does not need your phone number. Uses the most massive and diverse open messaging system ever: the existing e-mail server network. Chat with anyone if you know their e-mail address, no need for them to install DeltaChat! All you need is a standard e-mail account. Full clients for multiple platforms available.
Rewtro is a weird retro game engine inspired by fantasy consoles and code golf that runs games encoded in a very small amount of data (2kb/3kb). This way is possible to share games using exoteric and usually data inefficient ways: i.e. sticking some PWA magic and a QR-Code reader to the engine I've made a fake gaming console for mobile devices. Games are coded using JSON structures. Includes tools for more easily building such games.
Source code for the Gotify Android client application. Can also be installed from the Play or F-Droid stores.
Enter the BART station you're at and the one you want to go to, and it'll figure out how many stops you need to go backwards to get on the train going the right way in relative comfort.
Bookmark this on your phone.
Write your apps in Python and release them for iOS, Android, Windows, MacOS, Linux, Web, and tvOS using rich, native user interfaces. One codebase. Multiple apps.
Build beautiful, responsive, readable interfaces. Lightweight, only 14k in size. Looks easy to use.
Personal media server. Kind of like Kodi, but you can use platform specific clients to access your media, just like you can from the television. Streams media as necessary. There's even an HTML5 client so you can use your web browser instead of an app or client. You can use Kodi as a client, too.
You can write native code in Go for Android and iOS.
A personal storage server for storing blobs of data. Basically a dumptruck for posts, files, and whatnot. Search, browser, and visualize. Can be mounted as a file system using FUSE. Can back up socnet data. CLI and web UI.
Github repo: https://github.com/perkeep/perkeep
Homepage for a mobile application that lets you map to and validate Open Streetmaps satellite imint. Part of the Humanitarian Open Streetmap project.
Application for transferring files to mobile devices. Throws up a QRcode in a terminal and spawns a web server. Scan the code, download the file.