Do you love computer security as much as I do?
Do you have a nexus 7 2013? A Nexus 7 2012 will work too i will get to that...
Have you seen the amazing Pwn Pad Tablet from Pwnie_Express -> http://pwnieexpress.com/products/pwnpad
Now that is one amazing piece of hardware with some amazing software, yet I don't know about you but I don't have $1,000 dollars to purchase a penetration testing tablet, and even if i did i wouldn't. The Pwn Pad tablet is a 2012 Nexus 7 tablet that the amazing people from Pwnie Express have hacked up to put Ubuntu in a chroot environment with some amazing programs such as EvilAP, Metasploit, Wifite, and Kismet. The greatest thing about the Pwn Pad is that they have done some modifying to a kernel to enable usb wifi devices to work such as the ALFA AWUS036H and the TP-LINK usb wifi device.
Now some people over at a another forum have done some amazing work for the Nexus 7 tablet and they were able to create a Pwn Pad based Rom but instead of Ubuntu they choose Kali Linux which in my opinion is much better for Penetration Testing. In fact the new 2014 Pwn Pad tablet from Pwnie_Express will be coming using the N7 2013 with Kali Linux instead of Ubuntu which is what the 2012 Pwn Pad uses. Moving on...
There are some definite bonuses to using the Kali Pwn Pad created by a user who calls himself "Binky Bear" compared to the original Pwn Pad from the great guys at Pwnie_Express. The first big bonus is that you get Kali Linux instead of Ubuntu. A second great bonus is that Binky Bear has take the [ElementalX kernel v2.2] and tweaked it a bit to work with his creation of Kali Pwn Pad v0.5. The big bonus with Binky's kernel which is based of [ElementalX kernel v2.2] is that the kernel supports USB OTG + Host Charge Mode. This means that if you have a OTG cable that has also has a Y-Cable you are able to power your usb wifi adapter and charge your tablet at the same time. This is one limitation of the original Pwn Pad from Pwnie_Express. The Pwnie_Express Pwn Pad can not power the usb wifi adapter and charge the tablet at the same time, they recommend you use a docking station. However, when you put Kali Pwn Pad on your N7 tablet you will not have this limitation!
Here is a picture of my tablet with the TP-Link usb wifi adapter:
Are you getting excited? I know I was when i first laid eyes on the Pwn Pad from Pwnie_Express! The Pwn Pad was the reason I went out and purchased a Nexus 7, only i didn't know it was the 2012 edition that was being used by Pwnie_Express and I purchased the 2013. So i had to wait for someone to come up with something for the N7 2013, luckily Binky Bear was sent from computer security heaven!
Okay so lets get started... (Many of you these steps will be very elementary for some of you just skip ahead where you feel comfortable)
i wanted to make this guide as detailed as possible (spoon feeding!)
So you have a Nexus 7 is it rooted? The first thing we need to do is Unlock your Bootloader and Root your tablet...
UPDATE TIP: I am jumping ahead here but you need to know this tip...
Anytime you do anything under TWRP recovery manager especially flashing zip files and Rom's you should have your Nexus 7 tablet plugged into power. If your Nexus device is in recovery manager for a period of time (and it will be when we flash kali pwn pad) it could turn the screen off. If your device is being powered it is easy to get the screen back. You just need to press the power button and slide the bottom of the screen from left to right in order to unlock the screen. If your device is not being powered it can be a real pain in the ass to get the screen to come back on from TWRP recovery. PLEASE TAKE THIS ADVICE SERIOUSLY!
STEP 1: Unlock BootLoader and Root your Tablet: There is a great tool for Windows Computers that will basically do whole rooting process for you. If you have been into the Nexus 7 world for some time now then you know exactly what tool I am talking about. The tool I am talking about is the Nexus 7 Root Toolkit by WuGFresh. Here is a link to his website -> http://www.wugfresh.com/nrt/
Now you can use the Nexus 7 Root Toolkit to unlock your tablets BootLoader which is a must! Unlocking your bootloader is the very first thing you should do your Nexus 7 tablet.
In order to unlock your bootloader you need to do a couple of things first. First thing is go into "Settings" for your tablet and click on "About Tablet" When you are in the "about tablet" click on "build number" 7 times to enable "developer options". Once you have clicked on it 7 times go back to settings and go into "developer options" and enable "usb debugging"
Okay now that usb debugging is enabled, we need to install the usb drivers so your tablet can communicate with your computer. This will work for windows vista/xp/7. If you have Windows 8 or Linux or Mac you will need to follow the steps for installing USB drivers and rooting your tablet for your specific setup. It is not hard just do a quick google search or do a search on youtube for a video tutorial...
Now the easiest way to install the usb drivers for your Nexus 7 device is to use the program by WuGFresh -> the Nexus 7 Root Toolkit. Just click on the button to install the usb drivers and follow the steps. If you prefer to manually install the usb drivers you can use this link here to download them -> http://developer.android.com/sdk/win-usb.html
I would really recommend that you use the WuGFresh root toolkit to install the usb drivers though...
Okay now that you have the USB drivers installed you need to unlock the bootloader. Click on the button on the WuGFresh Nexus 7 Root Toolkit which says "unlock bootloader". Follow the steps. When your Nexus 7 tablet reboots you will see a screen come up that says do you want to unlock the bootloader. Slide the bottom button to right to unlock your bootloader. When you do that it will tell you that you may void your warranty unlocking your bootloader but don't worry you can always re-lock it if you want to, especially if you need your warranty. The N7 Root Toolkit has an option to restore your device back to factory settings, unrooted with a locked bootloader! Such a great tool...
Okay so now your bootloader should be unlocked...
So now what you want to do is root your device and install the TWRP recovery manager. Now i know that many of you out there are used to CWM (clockwork mod recovery manager) but TWRP is a great recovery manager and you will need it with Multirom. We will get to multirom...
So under the root button on your Nexus 7 Root Toolkit is an option that you can click on to check which says "install recovery manager" make sure you click that button before you hit the root button!
So check that option to install recovery manager (which it installs TWRP) and let the NRT (nexus root toolkit) do its magic...
Okay so now you should have a rooted tablet! Lets make sure by first making sure that SuperSU is in fact installed on your tablet!. If it is open up the app "busybox free" which should have been put on your tablet by the NRT program. When you start busybox free it should ask you for root permission.
Go ahead and grant busyboxy free root permission and install busybox free...it can't hurt and it is a great program.
If you would like a video tutorial on how to root your N7 with the NRT program here is a youtube video link -> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lg_QU9w5xCU
STEP 2: INSTALL MULTIROM MANAGER
Now that your tablet is rooted you need to install MultiRom Manager. What this does is it allows you to put multiple roms on your tablet without ever harming your stock (internal) android rom. This is a great tool and all of us who use it really owe the developer a lot of credit...
There is a very easy way to install MultiRom Manager. The developer of this program has created an app that you can download from the Google Play Store to install it easily and successfully.
Open up the Google Play store and do a search for "multirom manager". Download it, open it up, grant it root permission and run the app. The app will do all of the hard work for you and it will install MultiRom for you. Once it is done reboot your tablet. Since your stock rom won't have the reboot option i recommend downloading "quickboot" from the Google Play Store. This app requires root access but it will allow you to quickly reboot your tablet, boot into recovery, or boot into the bootloader.
When you are booting up after installing multirom you need to click on your tablet as MultiRom is counting down. The only Rom that will be listed is "internal" (because you haven't installed any other roms) go ahead and boot into "internal" by clicking on the boot button.
IMPORTANT NOTE: it is very important to boot your internal (stock rom) at least one time before you flash/add another ROM with multirom manager. MAKE SURE YOU DO THIS!
Okay so now you should have MultiRom Manager installed. That was easy right!?
STEP 3: Download the neccessary files for your Nexus 7 2013 model FLO Tablet.
Now i have tested this specific version of CM 11 for my Nexus 7 32GB 2013 model FLO (wifi only) tablet. This hacked up version of Cyanogenmod 11 is a bit different than the nightlies and is the only version of cyanogenmod that i found that could work with the kernel for Kali Pwn Pad.
If you have a N7 2012 then you can use SmoothRom v5.2 for your 2012. I will write up another tutorial for the N7 2012 tablets but for now this is for the people with the N7 2013 2nd edition tablets.
Here is a link for the specific cyanogenmod 11 rom that will work with Kali Pwn Pad.
that is a link for the thread...
It has come to my attention that the CUSTOM CyanogenMod (CM) project that XDA member Bruce2728 is running has been updated. So when i told you to download the specific "cm-11-20131213-bruce2728-odexed-flo.zip" zip file it will no longer be available. You should be able to do this tutorial with any of his updates and it should work just fine. As of right now the current zip available is "cm-11-20131217-bruce2728-bricked-linaro-flo.zip". Do not let the "bricked" scare you into not trying it...
NOTE: okay so i decided to go ahead and upload the exact zip file that I used with my installation of KaliPwnPad v0.5. Here is a link for the cm11-20131213-bruce2728-odexed-flo.zip. You can download it here -> http://www.filedropper.com/cm-11-201...728-odexed-flo The newer versions of Bruce2728's custom CM11 ROMS should work just fine but if you feel more comfortable using the exact ROM that i used then feel free to download from the link above.
Please note that specific thread is an on going project and will most likely be updated on a regular basis. I have also gotten Kali Pwn Pad to work on the "Ice Cold ROM Project" which runs on Android 4.3.1 if you would feel more comfortable using that ROM. I will make a note of it on PAGE 2 or 3 of this thread please look for it if you are interested in using Ice Cold ROM. The whole process will be the same you will just use ICE COLD ROM and a slightly different kernel.
I would suggest you try Bruce's custom CM 11 Project for the stability of CM, plus if you have MultiRom installed on your N7 device it is almost impossible to hurt your system. If anything goes wrong just boot up in TWRP recovery and delete the rom -> "FROM LIST ROMS".
Here is a direct link to download the files that you need for that specific CM 11 Rom. Make sure you also download the PA (paranoid android) google apps zip that is in this directory link:
Now when you are looking to download the CM11 ROM make sure you click on the directory "FLO". If you have a N7 2013 your model tablet is FLO.
There are a couple of ROM zip files in the FLO directory. The one that you want is the cm-11-20131213-bruce2728-odexed-flo.zip
Make sure you download that exact zip file.
Another good file to download is the SuperSU zip file which you may need. You may be able to install SuperSu without the zip but lets download it just in case.
Here is the link: http://download.chainfire.eu/370/Sup...erSU-v1.80.zip
There has also been an update with the SuperSU zip file. I believe the new version of SuperSU is 1.86. Always go with the newest version of SuperSu.
Okay so you should have downloaded these files:
The first file is the android 4.4.2 custom CyanogenMod ROM.
The second file is a full google apps zip from the paranoid android rom
The third file is the updated supersu zip which is a stable SU binary used for rooting your tablet.
Okay so lets move on...
STEP 4: INSTALLING CUSTOM CM11 ROM...
Okay now that we have those files downloaded (remember where you downloaded them, download folder maybe?) lets boot into recovery manager. Open up your quickboot app that you downloaded and boot into recovery manager.
TIP: When your tablet is booting up MultiRom loads first. When you tap on your tablet to stop the countdown you will see a button that says "MISC" in the top right corner. If you hit that button you can boot into recovery or reboot your tablet from MultiRom.
Now in recovery manager which works hand in hand with MultiRom you are going to want follow these steps:
1. Hit the Advanced button
2. Hit the MultiRom button
3. Add Rom
4. When you hit "add rom" you will have a few options, you want to select "add zip". Choose the cm-11-20131213-bruce2728-odexed-flo.zip file to flashed.
5. Once that is done flash the zip by sliding the bottom button from left to right.
Okay now after you flash the zip you should see "ZIP FLASHED SUCCESSFULLY".
Now what you want to do is hit the back button till you get to the main recovery page.
Next step adding Google Apps from TWRP recovery manager:
3. list rom
4. now that you have flashed CM11 you should see a ROM under "internal". Remember "internal" is your stock rooted nexus 7 rom.
click on the CM11-bruce rom
5. click flash zip.
6. pick the pa-gapps.zip file.
7. slide the button to flash the zip.
HIT THE BUTTON TO REBOOT YOUR SYSTEM.
SIDE NOTE: many people will suggest to wipe dalvik/cache and it doesn't hurt and a lot of times is a good option. You may not need to do this but you may need to if you have problems adding SUPERSU to your newly added CM11(bruce) Android ROM. If you do want to wipe your dalvik and cache for your added CM11 rom make sure you do under "list roms" click on CM11-bruce-odexed and choose the wipe dalvik/cache button.
NOTE: if you don't choose your CM11 rom you will wipe dalvik and cache for your stock "internal rom".
Okay so now that your Nexus 7 is rebooting you need to tap on your device to stop the countdown from MultiRom. You want to select your newly added "CM11-bruce-odexed" rom and hit BOOT.
SET UP YOUR DEVICE and make sure GOOGLE PLAY STORE IS RUNNING CORRECTLY:
IMPORTANT TIP: if the google play store stops working try rebooting your system. If that does not work and your google play store is giving you an error 920 code then you need to close the google play store. go to settings -> apps -> all apps. Click on Google Play and wipe data and cache. After that you need to click on GMAIL and wipe data and cache.
WIPING THE CACHE and DATA on GMAIL will fix problems with the GOOGLE PLAY STORE especially error code 920.
STEP 5: ADD SUPERSU TO CM11.
Now CM11 comes already prerooted but you will need to install SuperSU in order to get many of the apps for Kali Pwn Pad to work correctly. If you had SuperSU already downloaded from the Google Play store i would uninstall it first (dont run it first) and then reinstall it from the google play store. Open up the App and it will most likely tell you that you need to update the SU binary. Choose to do that with a normal install and the SuperSU app should tell you that you have successfully installed the SUPERSU but we need to check. After the first install of SUPERSU you need to reboot your CM11-bruce rom in order for the new SuperSU binary to take effect! THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT MAKE SURE YOU REBOOT FIRST AFTER YOU FIRST INSTALL SUPERSU.
Okay so try opening an app that needs root such as busybox free. If you do not have busybox free download it from the google play store.
If the SUPER SU notice pops up asking for root access then you have it working and you can move on.
If you get an error (which you probably will, i did) saying that there was a problem with SU and it could not get root access then what you need to do is boot into recovery and wipe dalvik and cache for your CM11 rom. Make sure you do it in TWRP under "list roms" and that you wipe the dalvik and cache for the correct CM11-bruce-oxdeded ROM and not your INTERNAL ROM.
Once you wipe dalvik and cache for your CM11-bruce ROM the Android System will rebuild itself. Once the boot it back up, try running busybox free or any other app that needs root. Did a SUPERSU notice pop up? If it did great!
If you get another error try uninstalling SuperSU boot back into recovery wipe dalvik and cache and then boot the CM11-bruce ROM back up and try downloading and installing SuperSU from the google play store. Reboot and and once the system has rebooted try running an app that needs root. If you get the SuperSu notice you are in business!
If you get another error then you can try this...
Boot back up into recovery. In CM11 you can just hold the power button and you should have an option for reboot. Hit the reboot button and you should see an option for recovery. Hit recovery and it will boot your tablet into TWRP recovery. If you do not see that option then you need to go into SETTINGS -> ABOUT TABLET -> CLICK ON BUILD NUMBER 7 TIMES. ONCE DEVELOPER OPTIONS IS ENABLED GO INTO DEVELOPER OPTIONS AND SELECT "ADVANCED REBOOT" THIS WILL ENABLE THE ADVANCED REBOOT OPTIONS FROM THE POWER BUTTON.
Okay so now you are in TWRP recovery...
Go to ADVANCED -> MULTIROM -> LIST ROMS -> Select the CM11-bruce ROM -> CLICK ADD ZIP -> SELECT THE UPDATE-SUPERSU.ZIP AND FLASH IT FROM RECOVERY.
Now reboot your system and you should have SuperSU installed on your system. Check this by running an app that needs root. Such as titanium backup, or any other.
Now you have successfully added SuperSU, we will be moving on...
STEP 6: INSTALLING BINKY BEAR'S CUSTOM KERNEL BASED OFF OF ELEMENTALX V2.2
Binky Bear who has done us all a huge favor has tweaked the ElementalX kernel in order for us to use usb wifi devices such as the ALFA AWUS036H or the TP-LINK TL-WN722N. Without this kernel working with USB wifi devices such as those would not be possible and USB OTG + HOST CHARGE would not be possible.
Before you flash Binky's custom kernel you should make a note of your current kernel. Go to SETTINGS -> ABOUT TABLET -> and look at the kernel. Write it down because after you flash Binky's kernel we need to make sure that the kernels have changed.
With my experience the TP-LINK TL-WN722N works best. I had a lot of trouble with the ALFA AWUS036H but many people were able to get it to work.
I was finally able to get my ALFA AWUS036H device to work with Nexus 7 and the issue ended up being power. In order to use your ALFA you have to have enough power to operate it. I have gone into great detail on how to get your ALFA AWUS036H working on page 10 of this thread. Please look at it and look at the picture on page 10 or at the bottom of this post and take notice on how i setup my OTG cables. Instead of using a Y-SPLIT OTG cable i use a single OTG cable and connect it to a USB HUB. My ALFA goes into the USB HUB which is getting power from a powerbank with 2.2A output. Please check out page 10 for more information...
Here is a link if you want to order the TP-LINK TL-WN722N from amazon. It only runs around $15 which it is totally worth it!
Here is a picture of my TP-LINK TL-WN722N USB WIFI device working with my Nexus 7 2013 Model FLO working with Kali Pwn Pad and the linux program "WIFITE".
Okay so lets move on to flash Binky's Kernel based off the ElementalX kernel. If you would like a link to the ElementalX kernel here is the XDA thread. LINK -> http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2389022
So the first thing you are going to need is to download the Kernel. Here is the link -> http://w11.zetaboards.com/Pwnie_Expr...ic/9369003/18/
Now once you open that link you will want to go to the section "Custom Kernels". Now since the CM11 Rom you installed is running Android 4.4.2 you will want to download the custom kernel for android 4.4+ under "Nexus 7 2013" make sure you download the kernel for your correct device.
While you are at it Download the Kali Pwn Pad v0.5 file. Here is the description: update-kalipwn-v05.zip = 1.14 GB | Update 8 DEC | Confirmed working on Android 4.4+.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Make sure before you flash this kernel in TWRP that your tablet is plugged in to power! REMEMBER THE NOTICE I TYPED ABOVE.
Once you are done downloading that kernel and Kali Pwn Pad v0.5 you will need to boot into recovery again. Once you are in recovery make sure you go to -> ADVANCED -> MULTIROM -> LIST ROM -> SELECT CM11-BRUCE ROM -> ADD ZIP
Now when you go to add the zip file you will want to select the el-kitkatkaliflo2.2.zip file. Now when you start to flash that zip file you will be greated with a ELEMENTALX picture and a nice and easy to follow menu of options.
Now Binky's kernel based off ELementalX v2.2 is pretty straight forward you can just choose mostly the default options that come up. When you get to CPU GOVERNOR choose "on demand" and when you get towards the end i choose the options for:
option: USB FAST CHARGE
option: exFAT file system
option: USB OTG + HOST CHARGE (this is very important!)
Follow the steps and when it is done hit finish. Now you should see in TWRP "zip successfully flashed" and you should be able to hit "reboot". Now there could be a chance that your tablet turns off after flashing the kernel and you may be able to turn your tablet back on "by pressing the power button" if you can't get it to power back on dont worry. Just hold down the power button and your tablet will reboot and you can boot back into your CM11-bruce ROM from MultiRom.
Even if your tablet turns off after flashing the kernel you will still have installed the kernel,so don't panic. After you reboot your tablet and you have booted up CM11-bruce make sure the kernel has changed by going to SETTINGS -> ABOUT TABLET -> LOOK AT KERNEL.
DO YOU SEE VX@VIRTUAL-MACHINE #1? If you do you have successfully installed Binky's kernel!!
If you see that kernel in your "ABOUT TABLET" then you are all good and you can now move on to flashing Kali Pwn Pad v0.5 to your Nexus 7 system!!!
STEP 7. FLASH KALI PWN PAD v0.5 TO YOUR TABLET.
So we have come a long way and we are almost there...
AGAIN MAKE SURE YOUR TABLET IS PLUGGED IN TO POWER ESPECIALLY FOR THIS STEP!
Now that we have successfully flashed Binky's kernel we need to flash the KaliPwnPadv0.5 zip file that we downloaded from this link -> http://w11.zetaboards.com/Pwnie_Expr...ic/9369003/18/
Okay so lets boot back up into recovery.
Now that we are in Recovery go to -> ADVANCED -> MULTIROM -> LIST ROMS -> SELECT CM11-BRUCE -> ADD ZIP.
You are going to select the update-kalipwn-v0.5.zip file that you downloaded earlier.
WARNING: this file will take about 30 minutes to flash. you are going to want to keep and eye on this file. if at all possible do not let TWRP time out and turn off the screen. You can avoid TWRP turning off your screen from an idle timeout by clicking on your tablet's screen once a minute. I know it may seem like a lot but it is best and easier to avoid the screen from turning off from an idle timeout. If your tablet does turn off from an idle time out if you are on POWER you should be able to turn the screen back on by just clicking on the power button and swiping the bottom of your tablet from left to right to unlock it.
Okay now that KaliPwnPadv0.5 is flashing you will just have to wait for it to finish...
It does take about 30 minutes for this big file to flash. Now you will see the progress bar filling up. When the progress bar is full don't worry that the zip isn't done flashing. It may take 5-7 minutes after the progress bar is full for the zip file to finish flashing.
Okay so once you see the kalipwnpadv0.5 zip file is about done flashing you are going to want to look for this line "zip successfully flashed". When this file was done flashing at the very last line i received and error..
The error i received was "unable to load ramdisk" and then i got a message on the top screen which said "Error: unable to flash zip". Don't worry this will not affect your system, it did not to mine.
However, not everyone got this error, some people were able to flash the kali pwn pad v0.5 zip without error. I just want you to know that if you do get this error not to worry.
Once the file finished regardless if you got "zip file flashed successfully" or "unable to load ramdisk" error you will need to reboot your tablet.
NOTE: If you want, if you did get the "unable to load ramdisk error" you could boot your CM11-BRUCE ROM back up, boot into Recovery again and try flashing the kalipwnpad v0.5 zip again and you may not get the error the second time. Just a suggestion...its up to but like i said that error "unable to load ramdisk" should not affect your system.
Now click on multirom to stop the countdown and select your CM11-BRUCE Android Rom.
WHEN YOU BOOT YOUR CM11-BRUCE ROM YOU SHOULD SEE THE MESSAGE "ANDROID IS UPGRADING" AND YOU SHOULD SEE ABOUT 40 APPS THAT ARE BEING UPGRADED.
This is a good thing! It means that Kali Pwn Pad took and the apps are being added to your system! Now what you are going to want to do is try out a few apps. The first one i did was change VNC password. Click on the app "configure kali" from your apps menu and choose "change vnc password" the password needs to be 8-characters long. Choose a new pass and then choose the option to boot vnc server. Pay attention to what port number the vnc server starts on, such as 5900 or 5901 or 5902. Once your VNC server is running you can use "androidvnc" from the google play store to boot into kali linux which is running xfce4.
GOOD TIP ABOUT VNC SERVER AND VNC APP:
If you want to use a usb keyboard or any external keyboard with your VNC session then you will need to use another VNC application because AndroidVNC does not support external keyboards and it has not been updated since 2011. A good choice for a VNC application that supports keyboards is MultiVNC which can be found on the Google Play Store. Do yourself a favor and download it!
PAY ATTENTION TO THIS IMPORANT NOTE!!
IMPORTANT NOTE: if you had terminal emulator on your device before you flashed kali pwn pad you will need to delete it and reinstall it for kali pwn pad to work correctly. If you get an error from trying to run any of the shell script apps such as "config kali" you need to delete terminal emulator and reinstall it. Reboot your ROM and you should be fine.
What you need to get the most out of your new penetration testing tablet:
List of Tools:
1. USB WIFI DEVICE -> TOP PICK: TP-LINK TL-WN722N (this usb wifi device worked great for me and i love it!) When i get my ALFA AWUS036H working i will let you know how i did it but for now get this usb device! I gave a link above on where to get it from amazon!
2. USB OTG CABLE w/ POWER!: This is a must have! Many people have reported not being able to get their usb wifi device to work because they did not have an OTG cable that allowed power to be plugged in. This means their usb wifi device was not getting enough power so it could not be used. Here is a link from amazon on where to get the cable.
3. USB BLUETOOTH SIGNAL BOOSTER: hands down best for this is the "ubertooth" from the hacker store. I have just ordered this and i can't wait till it gets here! As soon as i get it i will let you know how it works and add the steps on getting it working to this tutorial. Here is the link.
Update Ubertooth-One Now Working On Kali PwnPad:
I can confirm that ubertooth does work in fact work with Kali PwnPad. You can now use the Parani-UD100 / Parani-UD100 G03 with Kali PwnPad and you can in fact use Ubertooth with Kali PwnPad. In order to add bluetooth support to Kali PwnPad you need to download Binky's latest kernel which is based on elementalx v2.6 and flash the zip file in twrp recovery.
How to setup bluetooth + ubertooth-one:
Links on how to setup bluetooth and ubertooth-one are on PART II of the tutorial:
TUTORIAL WILL BE CONTINUED ON NEXT POST!!!