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Hey, everyone, welcome back to the core. So in the last video, we talked about things like I m e i o and e s n again I mentioned that's an important section two, if you haven't watched it yet Policies video and go back and watch the previous video
In this video, we're gonna talk about android devices, so we'll talk about things like the android architecture.
So speaking of the android architecture's So we see here that we have the are limits, Colonel. So android devices are limits based. If you didn't know that,
then we have our Andhra android run time to R, D. V, M or Dal. That virtual machine that's been discontinued. But you wanna understand well in newer devices, But you want to understand that D V M stands for Dalva Virtual Machine and understand its android related.
We don't have our libraries are application framework and ultimately our applications that, like you, are I interact with, you know, so things like our browser, you know, our contact lists. You know, we're texting Grandma that sort of stuff.
We have different android libraries,
so things like our media framework which contains, like recording or playing back videos sequel Light Stoli es and S G l. And you want to know that one for your exam s Oh, that's used to render to D and three D graphics free type of renders have been mapped in vector fonts Web kit
displaced web pages. As the name implies,
lib See is a C system library again is the name kind of hints there on. And then we've also got core java that which provides java functionalities
S O D v M R Dalek virtual machine. You just wanna understand it executes applications that are written for Android. It also controls power management and memory management. So again, keep those in mind for your exam as well.
So the android boot process. So what occurs here? And this is a good graphic to use. So we got our Bucaram boot loader colonel in its eye goat and then system servers. So just make sure you understand. Where's I got fits in the process for the exam as well.
So boot rum is activated than the you know, the boot load is loaded into ram than the boot loader. Initializing starts the colonel, the colonel then initialize is the different controllers caches and memory protections. Then the innit process launches and then the site coat. It's responsible for spinning up new V EMS for each app that started.
And then, of course, we wrap up with the system servers launching as well.
So breaking android like you know. So how do we get into this and get the data on it? So one thing we can use to bypass a phone lock in an android device. So again, remember this this for your exam, using the android to Bug Bridge or a D B.
We could also root android devices. So things like one click root Kingo Android route, Tower route and Rescue Route. One key aspect for the exam to keep in mind is if you see if it's asking me something like, you know, jail breaking or whatever and you see and it's and it's asking on android devices,
Uh, in most cases, anything with roots in the name would be correct, right? So you'll notice the android device Jailbreaking. Ah, lot of it says route in the name.
So in this video we talked about the android devices. We talked about android architecture and also ways, you know, different tools we can use to jailbreak and ordered android devices.
And the next video we're gonna talk about Apple IOS.
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