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[-]  17-07-17 23:46

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You can root your Google Wifi router, but you'll need a screwdriver
There's an open-source project on GitHub called GaleForce which allows you to customize your Google Wifi router, as spotted by Android Police. Under the hood, Google Wifi is running a version of Chrome OS Linux. GaleForce (Google Wifi's hardware codename is "Gale") lets you run a VPN server, customize your gateway IP address, or do any other system admin sort of thing that Linux makes possible.
The bad news is you'll have to get your hands dirty. To put the router in developer mode, you'll need ...

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