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Hi I'm trying to test my wifi security and am wondering if anyone knows of a working app with the sprint note 3 rooted. I ask because my computer is out of commission right now and learning this for my phone would be a cool thing also. Love to learn what new things my awesome gadgets can do lol.

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Try dsploit

Better yet install Kali if there is an arm distro if not then the last build of back track. You can Google how. But u would need a specific OTG WiFi radio/chip set to make full use of it, AFAIK.

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Neither apps are working on note 3 currently. If you can get it running with a tutorial on what to change would be much appreciated.

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Neither apps are working on note 3 currently. If you can get it running with a tutorial on what to change would be much appreciated.

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You need to be rooted to use dSploit...if that helps at all. If you are rooted and it's not working then..I don't know what to tell you
 
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I am rooted still does not work. Was trying to get kali linux working also using linux deploy but still no luck.

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You need to be rooted to use dSploit...if that helps at all. If you are rooted and it's not working then..I don't know what to tell you
Likely don't have busybox installed - I believe it's also a requirement for the app to run.

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Likely don't have busybox installed - I believe it's also a requirement for the app to run.

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I have both busy box and root with no luck.

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