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    Call us what you will: alchemists, home brewers, junkies, hackers, what have you...

    As to gaining access to the phone, has anyone else had any success via wifi sniffing ports and connecting via ftp/telnet/other "traditional" terminal connections (as opposed to a hardwire connection) to the Pre?

    I haven't had a chance to sniff around (and I'm in the office at the moment), so I just wanted to see if anyone has had any luck.

    Also, I saw in another post that someone had found the third party program folders...this is good. It means we may be able to start cracking at it.
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    lol ill open up nmap and let you know...nice thinking i didnt even think about this ill post any findings later in the day
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    I know it's a long shot, but it could work for a couple reasons...

    1. because it's not a typical way to connect to a cell phone, it may not be as locked down as should be (of course, services would have to even exist in such a form for this to even be a consideration)


    2. because this really is a next generation phone, there may be things in development to allow connection as a disk or something of the sort for the's wireless, it's easier.

    Like I's a long shot, but possible.
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    I'd be very surprised if the Pre has FTP/Telnet/SSH daemons running on it.
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  5.    #5 I said, it's a long shot...but if we never look, we definitely won't find it.
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    Root access via Telnet. I THOUGHT it could be possible.

    I found the port but hadn't been able to access it...looks like someone beat me to it.

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