Carter Yagemann

I'm a computer scientist and cybersecurity researcher. My interests include hacking, system design, and software engineering.

Android Articles


SU Senior Carter Yagemann’s Summer of Android

Originally written for the Syracuse University College of Engineering blog. This summer, Carter Yagemann, a rising senior in the Computer Science program from Jupiter, Florida, spent his summer crawling the Android operating system as part of the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science’s Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU …

Android for Your Laptop

Originally written for the Syracuse University College of Engineering blog. Google recently announced plans to merge features from Chrome OS into Android to make the operating system suitable for use with laptops. This means that in the future, we can anticipate Android working across phones, tablets, and laptops. This is …

Initial Observations Regarding Android Pay

Android Pay has just come out on the Google Play Store and it's an interesting concept in many ways. I can't help but be curious about its internal workings and after some discussion with a co-worker, I've decided to quickly write up our initial thoughts on the application. Scope These …

Installing Google Play Service and Google Apps on Nexus AOSP

I figured out how to get Google Play Service and all the basic Google apps onto a custom compiled AOSP image. It's kind of tricky, so I'll outline what I learned here. I specifically got it working on a Nexus 5 device using a modified version of Android 5.0 …