Oukitel U8 – 2015 stagefright resolved, malwares.

Oukitel U8 – 2015 stagefright resolved, malwares.
Wednesday 25 January 2017
by philippe Vo cong tri
popularity : 1%

cf article 95 : Android Stagefright & other vulnerabilities – temporary solutions.Upd 16112015,26112015,25122015,26122015,20042016 (p8 solved)

Android Stagefright & other vulnerabilities – temporary solutions.Upd 16112015,26112015,25122015,26122015,20042016 (p8 solved)

1) Intro:

This is written mainly for me.

The Oukitel U8 with OTA update V15 20151010, left cve-6602 stagefright unsolved.

During 2016, I saw that the unknown source is switched on by itself. On the web people report that this and two malwares recents and beauty apk were the culprits (20151010).

A rom was released on needrom.com, 20151227, with no changelogs, I hesitated till yesterday. Some people report this version solved the malware problems. But no mention of stagefright.

I decide to give it a try.

2) Results:

Windows 7 (not anymore supported)

From needrom.com , http://www.needrom.com/download/ouk…, download the 3 files for flashing:

Official ROM V17.0_20151227 Last Update Android v5.1 (Rom name: OUKITEL_UniverseTap_FZ_V17.0_20151227)

– Install the driver.
– Extract SP
– Extract the rom zip

— Switch off Oukitel U8
– -Launch the SP program
— -Scattwer file
— – Choose Upgrade
— – Click on download
— – branch USB cable ….. check with windows panel peripheral manager for COM&LP

If not starting download, unplg and plug again the USB.

It will take some minutes to download and upgrade. When successful a popup screen will show up with a green ckeck symbol.

3) Conclusion:

– Unplug USB
– Power on
– Ok, the Oukitel U8 seems to be clean, reinstall the minimum. Check with Zimprium app: No more stagefright vulnerabilties (2015-2016), with android version 5.1 .
– No more Unknown-source switch to on.
– Coss my fingers …

– Thanks to people who are reporting their troubles and solutions on the web.

Oukitel U8 – 2015 stagefright resolved, malwares.

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Install Debian Jessie on Asus Eepc 1001PX

Install Debian Jessie on Asus Eepc 1001PX
Friday 13 January 2017
by philippe Vo cong tri
popularity : 1%

I wish you a happy new year 2017. Be it a wisier year for all of usmwho can decide and do. YES.

This is written mainly for me .

1) Intro:

After using Debian 7.x Wheezy for quite a long time on several oldies PC, ités time to upgrade to Jessie 8.6-

I am using workhorse like Acer Aspire One AOA-110 Netbook (1GB Ram) and Asus Eeepc 1001PX (2GB ram, Intel Atom N450).

AS a backup, I have an oldie Lenovo Tower …

2) Debian Jessie install caveats:

I describe what is working for me.

2-1 Aspire One:

2-1-a)

Download the iso image from a nearest Debian provider. I have tried to download from Debian main site unsuccessufully. Links, links …

USB key ,fat32,unmounted.

#cp Debian-8.6.0-netinst.iso /dev/mmclbkx && sync

Thanks to Debian guide and other contributions.

2-1-b Boot the pc with the USB key. Choose Install graphic. It detects Atheros Wifi,asks for SSID and passwd.

PS: The mshdc disk must be formatted to ext4 before any installation.

OK. Disk partitioning : mshdc 16GB (yes, true). ( / and swap partitions)

Taken a couple of hours to install basic gnome desktop and asked for Grub2 install. Ok.

2-1-b) Reboot PC, zork : No mshdc disk detected.

2-2 Eeepc 1001PX:

Insert the mshdc disk with Jessie, into its slot.

Boot the pc with alternate ” USB multiformat” ; ESC, F2 or whatever.

Bang, Jessie booted up !

I installed my usual packages, That’s it.

# uname -ra

Linux dynamic 3.16.0-4-686-pae #1 SMP Debian 3.16.36-1+deb8u2 (2016-10-19) i686 GNU/Linux

# cat /etc/debian_version

8.6

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