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Backtrack 5 on LG Optimus 3D

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27th November 2011, 05:47 PM   |  #1  
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hi,..i just want to share how to run backtrack 5 on our Optimus 3D.
must rooted and have busybox installed, (im currently on V21a v1 accura ROM)

DISCLAIMER : I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE TO ANYTHING THAT HAPPEN TO YOUR PHONE BECAUSE OF THIS, DO THIS ON YOUR OWN RISK

1. Prepare backtrack 5 from here :
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1079898 (thx to msullivan)
2. Extract and put it on root of sdcard (/sdcard)
3. Install ConnectBot, vnc viewer.
4. open Connectbot, tap box with SSH written and choose LOCAL
5. type : cd /sdcard/bt5, then it will take u to its terminal, then type :
- su
- cd /sdcard/bt5
- sh bt
6. when u see : root@localhost, tap back button to go back to connectbot menu.
7. change LOCAL to SSH
8. type : root@localhost
9. it will ask password, type : root
10. when root@localhost prompt, type : stopvnc, then : startvnc.
11. tap home button
12. open vnc viewer (im using android vnc viewer) :
- nickname : BT (or whatever u like)
- password : root
- address : localhost
- port : 5901
- color format : 24-bit color (4bpp)
13. tap connect
14. if u have trouble when typing letter "m" inside BT5, try to remove mail shortcut (beside date on top right screen), by hold the pointer there till the option to remove pop up.
15. enjoy.

i've tested it and its worked, so im sharing it here, please pardon me for my bad english,
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/29942511/201...2022.50.32.png
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/29942511/201...2022.50.44.png

all credits go to :
msullivan : http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1079898
The BackTrack 5 Development Team
anantshri on xda-developers (his blog: http://blog.anantshri.info/) for creating the image file to fit FAT32 filesystems
anantshi's original thread where it all began: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1074169
Reamer09 for tricks on using Connectbot
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can you tell what works and what not?
2nd December 2011, 04:06 PM   |  #3  
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Originally Posted by crime_of_heart

can you tell what works and what not?

Wifi dont work, but connecting using 3g data plan work. Cant access to o3d memory yet (internal sd nor external sd). Everything else that i tried is working fine, except for the "security testing"(since im new to ubuntu, still trying to figure it out), wondering if any experts can help by build the image file so that it can access, both internal and external sd, as i used to have when using maverick.
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Originally Posted by danielkaboom

Wifi dont work, but connecting using 3g data plan work. Cant access to o3d memory yet (internal sd nor external sd). Everything else that i tried is working fine, except for the "security testing"(since im new to ubuntu, still trying to figure it out), wondering if any experts can help by build the image file so that it can access, both internal and external sd, as i used to have when using maverick.

Thank you so much for bringing it up. prior to your post, i have no idea whats bt5 and never use ubuntu
until now running bt5 on o3d.
i wonder how do we add scripts to mount internal/external sd recognize on bt and that would be great.
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