1. Welcome to PHCorner Forums. Take a moment to Sign up and gain unlimited access and extra privileges that guests are not entitled to, such as:

    All that and more! Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. Join our community today!

Tutorial speedup internet on phone using kali linux

Discussion in 'Free Internet Tricks' started by sniperjmp, Apr 19, 2016.

  1. Kali Linux on any Android Phone or Tablet
    Please or Register to view links

    Getting Kali Linux to run on ARM hardware has been a major goal for us since day one. So far, we’ve built native images for the Samsung Chromebook, Odroid U2, Raspberry Pi, RK3306, Galaxy Note 10.1, CuBox, Efika MX, and BeagleBone Black to name a few. This however does not mean you cannot install Kali Linux in a chroot on almost any modern device that runs Android. In fact, the developers of Please or Register to view links have made it extremely easy to get any number of Linux distributions installed in a chroot environment using a simple GUI builder.

    • A device running Android 2.1 and above, rooted.
    • At least 5 GB free space on internal or external storage.
    • A fast, wireless internet connection.
    • Patience to wait for a distribution to bootstrap from the network.
    Configuring Linux Deploy for Kali
    There’s actually very little to be done to get Kali installed. By choosing Kali Linux in the “Distribution” tab, you’ve pretty much covered the important stuff. Optionally, you can choose your architecture, verify that the Kali mirror is correct, set your installation type and location on your Android device, etc. Generally speaking, the defaults provided by Linux Deploy are good to begin with.

    Building the Kali Image
    Please or Register to view links

    Once you are happy with all the settings, hitting the “install” button will start a Kali Linux bootstrap directly from our repositories. Depending on your Internet connection speed, this process could take a while. You’ll be downloading a base install of Kali Linux (with no tools) at minimum.

    Starting up your chrooted Kali
    Once the installation is complete, you can have Linux Deploy automatically mount and load up your Kali Linux chroot image. This also includes the starting of services such as SSH and VNC for easier remote access. All of this is automagically done by hitting the “start” button. You should see Linux Deploy setting up your image with output similar to the following:

    Please or Register to view links

    At this stage, Linux Deploy has started a VNC and SSH server inside your chrooted Kali image. You can connect to the Kali session remotely using the IP address assigned to your Android device (in my case,

    Logging in to your chrooted Kali
    Now you can use either a SSH or VNC client to access your Kali instance. The VNC password is “changeme” and the SSH credentials are “android” for the username (configured via Linux Deploy) and “changeme” as the password.
    Marc0 likes this.
  2. zems

    zems Addict Established

    parang ang hirap.
  3. hehe sakto lang. astig ka kapag nagawa mo yan
  4. Working na po ba? hehe

    Working po?
  5. try nyo nalang. ginawa ko na sa laptop ko yan

    basta sundan mo lang yang steps na yan saka yung requirements
  6. Kala ko tablet saka android lang sir? Pwede din pala sa laptop. Sige sir! Thanks for sharing! :)
  7. iba lang yung steps sa laptop. nag install lang ako ng ubuntu
  8. Ndi ko maintindihan
  9. Hindi rooted phone ko :(
  10. i root mo
  11. fanget

    fanget Honorary Poster Established

    kailangan kasi may internet ka rin bossing nuh?
    wala ba offline installation
    salamat ts
Tags / Keywords:

Share This Page