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[GUIDE] Convert Your Nexus into KaliPwn Phone

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By chiragkrishna, Senior Member on 19th August 2014, 11:21 AM
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8th October 2014, 06:18 PM |#81  
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Hey , thanks for the OP for this awesome guide
Actually i don't own nexus 5(i wish i got one)
anyway, this Kali project is interesting
But i didn't really got what is it exactly
is it full ROM with Kali toolset or what ?
Can you please explain it to me ?
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This thread shows you how to build your own custom kernel for Kali as well how to install kali via Linux deploy. Another method is just to flash the nethunter zip file for the n5. That zip contains all the libs and files necessary to run Kali in chroot. You can find it at nethunter.com. Remember to go thru the initial setup of your ROM first before you flash the zip.
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8th October 2014, 07:07 PM |#82  
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This thread shows you how to build your own custom kernel for Kali as well how to install kali via Linux deploy. Another method is just to flash the nethunter zip file for the n5. That zip contains all the libs and files necessary to run Kali in chroot. You can find it at nethunter.com. Remember to go thru the initial setup of your ROM first before you flash the zip.

You don't need to go through the initial setup. At least it did work for me without doing it 😂
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8th October 2014, 07:13 PM |#83  
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You don't need to go through the initial setup. At least it did work for me without doing it 😂

The first time I flashed NH on a clean install , without doing the initial setup , it worked. I tried it again a few days later, without going thru the initial setup and I got all kinds of "files not found". I only posted that step to ensure success and I also read elsewhere to include that step. If you flash NH over an already configured ROM you should be good to go. That step is probably just to ensure that everything gets settled in before throwing Kali on top of a clean install.
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11th January 2015, 02:21 AM |#84  
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Updated PwnKernel

Changes:
Changed somewhere else the Flag to -o3
Fetched changes from upstream to Franco r63
Compiled with SaberMod 4.9.2 (previously it was ARM-EABI 4.8)

Source: https://github.com/AnguisCaptor/PwnKernel_Hammerhead
Download: https://www.mediafire.com/?l3vzucrd9i07zo6

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Do you have a lollipop kernel?
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11th January 2015, 06:18 AM |#85  
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Do you have a lollipop kernel?
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You can build the lollipop kernel... Its same instructions... Just download lollipop kernel source...
13th January 2015, 02:47 PM |#86  
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You can build the lollipop kernel... Its same instructions... Just download lollipop kernel source...

i got this error



tried it twice and it still gets stuck over there
From what i see around, it seams that a wrong path is set.

EDIT:
fixed it

replaced the paths with

Code:
 
$ export PATH=$(pwd)/prebuilts/gcc/linux-x86/arm/arm-eabi-4.6/bin:$PATH
$ export ARCH=arm
$ export SUBARCH=arm
$ export CROSS_COMPILE=arm-eabi-
here is the boot.img, lolipop kernel for Alfa AWUS036H
pwnlolli-td32.img SHA1:d2516bc15a546467a971869e93b5b2887801b180
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http://d-h.st/htH5
if you need only the aircrack tools just get the aircrack for android(someone has build it for android)
Code:
https://github.com/kriswebdev/android_aircrack
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7th April 2015, 06:02 PM |#87  
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So, I tried this guide all day from top to bottom, but with no success... I tried it on both CyanogenMod 12 and Stock 5.0.1 with a TP-Link WN722N Wireless Adapter (the one with the ath9_k drivers).

For CyanogenMod 12 I tried this and this kernel source. And for Stock 5.0.1 I used the stock kernel source from google. All the kernels booted after compiling

I first enabled the given settings in the make menuconfig. Then I get to compile the kernel without errors. After flashing the kernel I add the firmware files to system/etc/firmware, changed permissions and reboot. Then I install Kali Linux in Linux Deploy and SSH to it via Terminal Emulator. But there are a few weird things:

1. When I use the "ifconfig" command the adapter won't show up. Only wlan0.
2. When I try to use "lsusb" it says " Command not found" tried to install it via " sudo apt-get install usbutils" but it gives me another error afterwards.
3. When I try to use one of Kali's feature's (like " sudo airmon-ng") it also says command not found...

So what am I doing wrong? Who can help me setting this up?

Sorry if I'm asking noob questions... This is the first time I compiled kernels.

Thanks in advance!
9th April 2015, 08:30 PM |#88  
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So what does this thing do? :P
12th April 2015, 04:32 PM |#89  
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Kali nethunter exist and the setup is a lot easier

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3rd May 2015, 02:28 PM |#90  
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[QUOTE=Isus Google it

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