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[SEP 18][V0.3] Stable Customized BT5 for HD2 - Links updated

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18th February 2013, 10:18 PM   |  #61  
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Monitor mode is working on desire (last post http://bcmon.blogspot.co.uk/2012/10/...r-bcm4329.html )
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check this out porting guide of ubuntu
http://www.xda-developers.com/androi...s-building-cm/
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Re: [SEP 18][V0.3] Stable Customized BT5 for HD2 - Links updated
Thanks Robbie for the information about the Desire, which set of aircrack tools are you using? I couldn't get them to work properly last time I tried, as wifi would break when it started scanning.

Ill look into porting Ubuntu Touch across. It shouldn't be too hard, as Ubuntu runs the same way as this image, its mainly just the Android ROM base that was changed to load directly into the OS. I was on the verge of installing it last night onto my Nexus 4, but my phone runs my business, so alot of the non working features I need unfortunately.

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Originally Posted by z3nful

Thanks Robbie for the information about the Desire, which set of aircrack tools are you using? I couldn't get them to work properly last time I tried, as wifi would break when it started scanning.
TBH I don't use any, Just thought you might be interested. I did load backtrack 5 onto a stick for pc once and used aircrack to try and get alternative wifi access, but my internet plan is pretty good at home so no need really. I can see the point in using it on phone though
Ill look into porting Ubuntu Touch across. It shouldn't be too hard, as Ubuntu runs the same way as this image, its mainly just the Android ROM base that was changed to load directly into the OS. I was on the verge of installing it last night onto my Nexus 4, but my phone runs my business, so alot of the non working features I need unfortunately.

Most of my work I'm keeping track of through my website, so be sure to check there for updates.

http://www.zenfulapps.com

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Thanks Sathara for the link. It seems ubuntuphone only works for cm10.1 and we have wifi problems using that, due, I think, to bcmdhd support in kernel. Also, I use NativeSD, and there are problems with some ROMs (not all though) getting 4.2.2 working with magldr and NativeSD (Although There are reports of it working with haret booting. Which is strange. Also AFAIK .35 kernels don't work with haret booting on sd and native sd builds)
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Woow, Backtrack On HD 2...!
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