Android Device ID Changer shell script


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Android Device ID Changer shell script

this is worked "ANDROID NOUGAT" how can i use it for "ANDROID OREO"
-plz help me...
Code:
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echo "                       ×~•DEVICE ID CHANGING×~•"
sleep 2
echo "
"
COUNT=1
while
do
[ $COUNT ];




echo "settings put secure android_id " | tr -d '\n' > X1
od -x /dev/urandom | head -1 | awk '{OFS=""; print $4,$7$8$9}' > X2
cat X1 X2 > /system/bin/aaaa

rm -rf X1
rm -rf X2

chmod -R 777 /system/bin/aaaa

sh /system/bin/aaaa

rm -rf /system/bin/aaaa


########################
awk -v min=1111111111111111 -v max=2999999999999999 'BEGIN{srand(); print int(min+rand()*(max-min+1))}' | tr -d '\n' > id
awk -v min=6500000000 -v max=6509999999 'BEGIN{srand(); print int(min+rand()*(max-min+1))}' | tr -d '\n' > idd
cat /dev/urandom | tr -cd 'a-f0-9' | head -c 9 | tr -d '\n' > name
######
cat /proc/sys/kernel/random/uuid | tr -d '\n' > device_idB
od -x /dev/urandom | head -1 | awk '{OFS=""; print $2$3,$4,$5,$6,$7$8$9}' | tr -d '\n' > device_idD
od -x /dev/urandom | head -1 | awk '{OFS=""; print $2$3,$4,$5,$6,$7$8$9}' | tr -d '\n' > device_idF
######

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Android Device ID Changer shell script

this is worked "ANDROID NOUGAT" how can i use it for "ANDROID OREO"
-plz help me...

Code:
echo "                       ×~•DEVICE ID CHANGING×~•"
sleep 2
echo "
"
COUNT=1
while
do
[ $COUNT ];




echo "settings put secure android_id " | tr -d '\n' > X1
od -x /dev/urandom | head -1 | awk '{OFS=""; print $4,$7$8$9}' > X2
cat X1 X2 > /system/bin/aaaa

rm -rf X1
rm -rf X2

chmod -R 777 /system/bin/aaaa

sh /system/bin/aaaa

rm -rf /system/bin/aaaa


########################
awk -v min=1111111111111111 -v max=2999999999999999 'BEGIN{srand(); print int(min+rand()*(max-min+1))}' | tr -d '\n' > id
awk -v min=6500000000 -v max=6509999999 'BEGIN{srand(); print int(min+rand()*(max-min+1))}' | tr -d '\n' > idd
cat /dev/urandom | tr -cd 'a-f0-9' | head -c 9 | tr -d '\n' > name
######
cat /proc/sys/kernel/random/uuid | tr -d '\n' > device_idB
od -x /dev/urandom | head -1 | awk '{OFS=""; print $2$3,$4,$5,$6,$7$8$9}' | tr -d '\n' > device_idD
od -x /dev/urandom | head -1 | awk '{OFS=""; print $2$3,$4,$5,$6,$7$8$9}' | tr -d '\n' > device_idF

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