Enforced Verified Boot: The Danger In Disguise For Android 7.0 Nougat OS

When we heard the coming of Android 7.0 Nougat, we were all happy and even now, the excitement is still there as everyone is expecting it to be shipped on his or her device. But something scary was recently revealed at Android developers.

Android 7.0 is said to come with a feature known as Enforced Verified Boot With Error Correction . What this means is that your device will undergo quick boot verification anytime it is being restarted and if there is a strange boot image, it will automatically bypass it or corrupt the phone's software and brick the device.

Although this is a security measure taken by Google in the right direction to provide advanced protection on android devices but it is actually a danger looming to happen for tweakers like myself and you. It simply means we might not be able to root any android device on the Nougat OS. Also, there might be nothing like flashing recovery images or flashing of custom ROMs.


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Now tell me how you will feel as a tweaker using a non rooted device.
Anyway, am not completely scared of it because am very convinced that there must be a way to break it down and root the devices. After all, iOS devices with one of the strongest security features also gets Jailbreaking so this one won't be a big problem once we take care of it.


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  2. Dem just dey play! When e enter 9ja we go know na. Meanwhile, wizzy, is there android 6.0 marshmallow update for infinix zero 2? I have searched online but to no avail. Please help me out. I need it. Thanks

  3. Please I need innjoo i2s marshmallow or lollipop ROM Wizzytech I trust u to hv it ��

  4. Have not used any device on Android 7 and i won't be able to confirm the nature of things now as per this caption.