What if you could have a phone that wasn’t a walking room bug? What if it was a useful, cheap and easy wifi hotspot but with an actual user interface? Wouldn’t it be nice if it had good battery life? The Motorola Moto E (model: XT1021 and related devices) is an affordable modern Android cellphone. It may be purchased in cash at your local MediaMarkt for around 100 Euros. It is easy to modify for your everyday surveillance detection, counter-surveillance and anti-surveillance needs. This phone is popular as it is compatible with SnoopSnitch. Nearly full information about the chips used on the phone are available. A high resolution tear-down image of the mainboard is floating around as well.
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