BusyBox Pro 71 (MOD Premium)

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DEVELOPER Stephen (Stericson)
Updated 2020/02/17
Varies with device
Version 71
Requires Android 4.0.3 and up

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This application requires root!

Fastest, most trusted and #1 BusyBox uninstaller and installer!

More than 20 million installations and more than 100,000 5-Star ratings

MIPS support is coming soon for arm and intel-based devices.

The new XDA Developers book includes “XDA Developers Android Hacker’s Toolskit: The Complete Guide To Rooting, ROMs, and Theming.”

Handster named the winner of the best utility software award for Android.

This installer is the only one that doesn’t require internet permission and is ad-free!

Only installer that can install any Busybox binary for Android. You’ll find it on the internet and it will be installed!

The Pro version has no ads or nag screens. It also includes the uninstall feature, Advance Smart installation feature, the ability handpick the applets that you like, safety check for missing applests on start and better overall support. The pro version will get more updates than the free one.

The source for this application can be found here: https://code.google.com/p/busybox-android/.

Featured on the BusyBox website at: http://busybox.net/products.html

The BusyBox source code can be found here: http://git.busybox.net/busybox/.

BusyBox is a must-have for every rooted phone BusyBox is required for almost every confirmed application. If you have a root phone, BusyBox will be essential.

Note that I didn’t write BusyBox. This installer was written by me and cross-compiled BusyBox for Android. For more information, please refer to the “About” menu or visit www.BusyBox.net.

BusyBox provides many standard Unix tools similar to the more powerful GNU Core Utilities. BusyBox was designed to be small and easy to use with the Linux kernel. It is ideal for embedded devices. It is known as “The Swiss Army Knife of Embedded Linux”

What’s New

Updated Busybox binary to 1.32.0


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