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June 8, 2009

Reward offered for O2 Joggler hack

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by David Allen

Anyone who is using the O2 Joggler will know that the touchscreen device is powered by Molin Linux.

It has a few apps preloaded, with the promise from O2 that more would be on the way through the O2 Litmus Store, but as of yet these have failed to materialise.

This has caused some users to become frustrated with the device, and in fact one user has become so annoyed that he is offering £1,000 to anyone who can hack the Joggler and get Flash to work on it.

Apparently nobody has stepped up to the plate yet and the offer is still standing.

All potential hackers need to do is get on over to hackthejoggler.com where all reasonable ideas will be considered.

What O2 thinks of this plan is anyone’s guess.

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