Thread: Kindlet De-sandboxed kindlet loader
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Old 06-17-2012, 01:59 PM   #8
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Originally Posted by pwr View Post
It only allows for more powerful Kindlets. While using the available Java framework classes is possible, is quite limited compared to ixtab's; certainly it does not offer the possibility to change the Java bytecode on-the-fly. On the plus side, it does not require having to mess about with the bytecode . It's more high-level, if you like, with all the benefits and disadvantages it implies.

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-pwr
Great! More power (than stock firmware) with less "tampering" may not break so quickly with the next firmware update, requiring less "end-user maintenance".

Your method may be more desirable for beginners, while power users may prefer ixtab's method (which I use myself).
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