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Hacked electronic cigarette plays Flappy Bird

Can a hacked electronic cigarette play games? Electronic cigarettes are unlikely to provide a platform to play games on mobile phones.ec fb

An e-cigarette user, and specifically an eVic-VTC Mini, has managed to break his personal device to apply the popular mobile game Flappy Bird.

So it can play the game on the built-in OLED display.ecig hacked

Balázas Bánk managed to use the upgraded firmware to install a custom ROM of the game. The game is playable without imperfections and is fully controllable using the custom ROM and existing ecig hardware.

Balázas Bánk even claims that friends of old Nokia may also have a functional version of Snake.

If you want to hacked the eVic-VTC Mini you use and implement Flappy Bird, Bánk provides the necessary files to the link that is at the end of the publication

Watch the video

https://mega.nz/#!ipYSSIbb!SBl3IMMGQ_NA9lZa3de0aNTMmetwvMyuvlpIe96YmcU

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