Returns GSF ID, not Android ID Using Xprivacy I forced these values to something of my choosing. This app returns the GSF ID, not the Android ID. I'm not a developer, but I have encountered applications that store the Android ID in their backups and load defaults if the backup is restored on another device. As such, knowing the original Android ID can be really helpful (so that it can later be spoofed with Xprivacy). Unfortunately, this app returns something else.
HAHAHA no I got it, was happy with how quick I got it, copied it to the clipboard, then soon found out it was wrong. Idk why. It's called the same thing as what the Verizon website was asking for. So what's the problem?!
WARNING: impossible to get rid of No matter what you do even if you restore your device this program comes back. Use at your own risk!
Don't get much easier Brilliant work man brilliant work. Im impressed beyond words. When i grow up i wanna be a Chrome developer too.
Works Just works! I know how to pull up my ID without, but I figured I'd review anyway. As far as @Larry Thomas Jr what you are looking for and what your router shows is your phone's MAC ADDRESS, not Androids internal device id.
great, does exactly as it says and necessary for rooted device when you need to get device code name and other info besides your basic model for app that require this or looking for customized ROMs. Thank you devs!
- Build with SDK 24 (Nougat)
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