Hacker News has an interesting article that provides instructions on how to audit an Android phone using an iPhone application.

The article is written by Jens Häusler, a developer who is using an Android version of the popular XDA-Developers forum app.

The app has been installed on more than 3 million devices worldwide, including over 30 million Android devices.

The instructions are pretty straight forward, though, and require the installation of an iPhone emulator.

The instructions are for Android 5.0 and up, though the iPhone 6 and up version are supported as well.

The XDA app is not a very good Android app, but it is a good one for a general purpose Android user.

It is very easy to use and the information is clear and easy to follow.

Häsler uses an emulator called Xcode 6.1.x to do the job.

The emulator is a great alternative for a more secure Android device.

Häslers iPhone emulator will not let you perform any kind of auditing, but you can check the device’s fingerprint for any of the security issues listed in the Xcode app.

If the device is rooted, you will be able to check the fingerprint using the fingerprint scanner on the phone itself.

Once you’ve done that, you can perform the audit on the device itself.

This is how you would do it on an Android device running the XCode 6.2 or higher version of Xcode.

This should only be used for testing purposes.

The steps are fairly simple.

Run the Xposed installer on the Android device, then follow the instructions to run the app on your iPhone.

The installation will automatically reboot the phone, so you won’t have to reboot again.

Hegemans instructions to audit your Android device using an Xcode emulator app can be found below:You will need an Android operating system running on a 4.4 or higher operating system.

The process can be done with any Android device that supports the Android Debug Bridge, including iPhones.

The application is also available for Windows, Linux, and MacOSX.

Hijacked by an Xposed application?

If you are unsure whether the app you’re using is the one that is installed by the developer, it may be a good idea to check for the X-Code-iOS-iPhone-Android-Xposed-adapter-1.3.1-1_msm8979-v0.2.1_iphone.zip file.

This file contains the full list of XCode extensions that Xposed has installed on your device, including extensions that are required to install the Xtreme Android audit application.

To view the file, go to Settings > About phone > About Xposed, and select Xposed.

You should see the XTreme Android Audit app installed.

You can uninstall the XApp audit extension by going to Settings>Extensions > Uninstall Xtrends audit extension.

The XTrends extension is not installed by default, but can be downloaded and installed by following the instructions in the article.

The audit app will now appear on the list of applications installed on the XDA forum.

If you have the Xapp audit extension installed, it will display an alert if an audit is available.

Once the audit is ready, you may check for any security issues that are found by the app.

There is no need to reboot the device to do this.

You can then check the Android version number and view the current version number of the app in the About phone section.

You may also check the current Android version from the About app.