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Discussion in 'Android Custom & Themes' started by themuffinman612, Mar 8, 2010.
Nevermind, fixed my problem
If you want to install Busybox to any ROM, download this file. Unzip it and copy the 2 files to the root of your SD card. After that, use a terminal emulator and type the following commands:
dd if=/sdcard/busy.sh of=/data/local/busy.sh
That should solve your problem.
This thread is almost a decade old. So I am sure the guy above me is either spamming or just reminiscent of rooting. If anyone was to try to use either busybox or update.zip, it wouldn't even work with modern phones.
That said, yall remember having to have busybox to get practically all root apps to work. Download Titanium Backup and the first prompt the app pops up, "you need to install busybox".
Haha definitely good memories