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8th January 2016, 11:31 AM |#11  
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It's not a ROM, it's an app, kernel, and environment. You have to flash it on an already set up CyanogenMod ROM from TWRP.

After IdleKernel 6.6.5?
8th January 2016, 12:12 PM |#12  
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After IdleKernel 6.6.5?

Doesn't matter. If you flash idleKernel after, make sure it's the -kali version though. The only thing flashing idleKernel does is add ikconfig, /sbin/usb, and a few small kernel tweaks in the ramdisk.
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8th January 2016, 03:15 PM |#13  
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Doesn't matter. If you flash idleKernel after, make sure it's the -kali version though. The only thing flashing idleKernel does is add ikconfig, /sbin/usb, and a few small kernel tweaks in the ramdisk.

I see. It's therefore like this: Running CM>>Kali Hunter>>Kali Hunter Kernel. Cheers, Mate!
8th January 2016, 04:22 PM |#14  
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I need to format SD-card?

amazing work.

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8th January 2016, 06:39 PM |#15  
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I need to format SD-card?

amazing work.

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No you dont have to format it

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10th January 2016, 04:38 AM |#16  
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I see. It's therefore like this: Running CM>>Kali Hunter>>Kali Hunter Kernel. Cheers, Mate!

So, do we need to use version for CM 12.1 for OnePlus from here?
https://www.offensive-security.com/k...nter-download/

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It works
First install kali kernel, after download Kali for oneplusone, reboot into recovery, install kali zip, and aftet again idle kali kernel.
I am on CM 12.1 nightly...
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10th January 2016, 06:19 AM |#17  
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So, do we need to use version for CM 12.1 for OnePlus from here?
https://www.offensive-security.com/k...nter-download/

Ps

It works
First install kali kernel, after download Kali for oneplusone, reboot into recovery, install kali zip, and aftet again idle kali kernel.
I am on CM 12.1 nightly...

Why are you doing this!!! You're bound to end up breaking something.

All you do is flash this after completing CM setup wizard and you're done. There's absolutely no reason to download any other Kali installer. This is the full version 3.0! Nethunter app now sets up your chroot for you.

Full steps:
  1. Flash CyanogenMod installer zip
  2. Flash Gapps (preferably opengapps pico)
  3. Boot into device
  4. Complete setup wizard
  5. Reboot into recovery
  6. Flash the Galaxy Note 3 Kali Nethunter installer zip from this thread
  7. Boot into device
  8. You're done!
If you absolutely need ikconfig or /sbin/usb, then you can install idleKernel-kali zip from the idleKernel thread later.

3.0.1_2016_01_10 build uploaded. Just a bug fix for Nethunter app.
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10th January 2016, 04:14 PM |#18  
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Installation query
I have CM13 set up with superSU 2.46 and idleKernel 6.5.5 installed.

Do I have to install CM all over again? And follow your steps, or is there a way for me to keep my data and just flash it as is?
10th January 2016, 07:16 PM |#19  
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I have CM13 set up with superSU 2.46 and idleKernel 6.5.5 installed.

Do I have to install CM all over again? And follow your steps, or is there a way for me to keep my data and just flash it as is?

Make a full backup in twrp first.

Wipe /system and dalvik and /cache. Install latest CM13 (or CM12.1 if thats what you meant) zip and gapps, then boot into system. Once boot is complete, reboot into recovery and flash nethunter then boot and you should be good to go without deleting your data.
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10th January 2016, 08:01 PM |#20  
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Why are you doing this!!! You're bound to end up breaking something.

All you do is flash this after completing CM setup wizard and you're done. There's absolutely no reason to download any other Kali installer. This is the full version 3.0! Nethunter app now sets up your chroot for you.

Full steps:

  1. Flash CyanogenMod installer zip
  2. Flash Gapps (preferably opengapps pico)
  3. Boot into device
  4. Complete setup wizard
  5. Reboot into recovery
  6. Flash the Galaxy Note 3 Kali Nethunter installer zip from this thread
  7. Boot into device
  8. You're done!
If you absolutely need ikconfig or /sbin/usb, then you can install idleKernel-kali zip from the idleKernel thread later.

3.0.1_2016_01_10 build uploaded. Just a bug fix for Nethunter app.

Wow...
I am idiot!
Completely ignored the main link I needed -

https://idlekernel.com/nethunter/cm12.1


Now I understand that went dangerous way, lucky still with working phone
Tbh, most all utilities in Kali for now behind my knowlage of Linux so far

PS
I can see some scripts somehow survived even with full wipe, now my recovery provide some red lines doing job, something path missing in /data/...something/something
Though do the job.
I thought nothing can survive after full wipe...
11th January 2016, 04:33 AM |#21  
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Wow...
I am idiot!
Completely ignored the main link I needed -

https://idlekernel.com/nethunter/cm12.1


Now I understand that went dangerous way, lucky still with working phone
Tbh, most all utilities in Kali for now behind my knowlage of Linux so far

PS
I can see some scripts somehow survived even with full wipe, now my recovery provide some red lines doing job, something path missing in /data/...something/something
Though do the job.
I thought nothing can survive after full wipe...

Yeah the errors in recovery are normal. They're just TWRP trying to access loop devices from the kali chroot and can be ignored completely.
To actually remove Kali chroot fully (from recovery), you'll probably need to use the Format Data -> type 'yes' option in TWRP.
You can also use the delete chroot option in the Nethunter app.
This will also wipe your internal storage, but it's the only way to actually format your data partition. The other methods just rm -rf.

2016_01_11 nightly version 3.0.1 uploaded. It's just a small update in idleKernel that fixes some missing drivers in Wifite.
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