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[Kernel] Nethunter (Oreo) for MIDO

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v1da

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still waiting for treble support ..................

edit: I tried to compile nethunter kernel for our mido (LEX, Oreo), but not succeeded , ended up with errors which is beyond my knowledge.
I googled and search for tutorials to compile, from youtubes but found only fews. I followed nethunte githup porting tutorial/adding new device , but not succeeded for our mido.

If....some of our devs could possibly make a tutorial or any clue, especially compiling nethunter kernel for our devices (mido), that would be helpful without interrupting our devs so that we will build our own kernels.

i'm just asking if it is possible :D with great expect :D
 
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UsPdSr

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still waiting for treble support ..................

edit: I tried to compile nethunter kernel for our mido (LEX, Oreo), but not succeeded , ended up with errors which is beyond my knowledge.
I googled and search for tutorials to compile, from youtubes but found only fews. I followed nethunte githup porting tutorial/adding new device , but not succeeded for our mido.

If....some of our devs could possibly make a tutorial or any clue, especially compiling nethunter kernel for our devices (mido), that would be helpful without interrupting our devs so that we will build our own kernels.

i'm just asking if it is possible :D with great expect :D

First of all kudos for such engagement.
I am not that inexperienced with Linux, but I have to admit that such tasks are not my metièr.

I tried it a couple of months ago and failed miserably. ^^

Altough I'm looking more for a stable Miui build like the Redmi 4x has or the Pocophone(grml).

While looking for tutorials (and so on), I've found a pretty decent video tutorial on YouTube.

Maybe that could be of some help for you.

The best Distribution for this work are Ubuntu-based distros.

While Ubuntu is packed with Bloatware and annoying tools I would recommend MX Linux.
If you have the time then create a USB persistent version, because there are several reports of problems with VM's all over the boards.

I hope you'll give it a retry.

The link to the tutorial - - >

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=6-oKLou69WM&t=1132s

PS

I know that a Pie build would be pretty sweet, but therefore it has to be stable and in my opinion aren't we there yet.

Unfortunately mido has no stable Multirom support, because then would it be really awesome.

I've just thought about the Advanced Lineage version.This could be a option as well in regards of Dual-boot patcher.

The thing is that Nethunter solo as daily driver not that ideal is.

Anyhow, I wish you good luck if you give it a new try.


I recently bought a Nexus 7 (2013) and am not so happy.

Everything works and it's fine, but the device is with 2 GB Ram and the Cpu too old.

The best device for Kali Nethunter is without doubt the Nvidia Shield tablet.Forget Nexus 9 and 10.If you want a portable Kali device then go for this.

Unfortunately it's still very pricey..even used, tough in good shape, cost you around ~ € 140.

I just bought a Chromebook, but the portability is missing somehow.

Enough written. ^^

cheers, mate

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Does nethunter for mido support m7601u adapters?

Yup.
 
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v1da

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First of all kudos for such engagement.

I hope you'll give it a retry.

The link to the tutorial - - >

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=6-oKLou69WM&t=1132s



cheers, mate

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Yup.

Thanks for patience
Yup the video you provided is the one that I replay every single time when I's trying to compile.
Not luckily, not succeeded.
Anyway, I will try to get success one day :laugh: for our mido
I got samsung gt-s7262 that is running cm10.1, which support minotor mode and packet injection by internal adapter with the help of bcmon.
But that device is too old. :(
Someday I hope mido will get nethunter kernel :laugh:
 
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UsPdSr

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Thanks for patience
Yup the video you provided is the one that I replay every single time when I's trying to compile.
Not luckily, not succeeded.
Anyway, I will try to get success one day :laugh: for our mido
I got samsung gt-s7262 that is running cm10.1, which support minotor mode and packet injection by internal adapter with the help of bcmon.
But that device is too old. :(
Someday I hope mido will get nethunter kernel :laugh:

Ah, okay.

I'm not really interested in smartphones/tablet-Pc's with those ultra-cheap Wlan chipsets inbuilt, which are supporting monitor mode. Especially because of the lack of range resp rather useless Packet injection functionality.
There are dozens of decent chipsets like the Pineapple has.

I just ordered the AR-150 Mini Router from Gl.Inet.

They have almost identical specs in comparison to the actual Wifi Pineapple.You just need a second Wlan module in form of a adapter and voila.
Thanks to OpenWrt, binwalk and dozens nerds,the original Software with all the tools which are implemented in the original firmware is available for those who want to give it a shot.
And this for € 25,00. :)

I have several compatible Wlan adapter by now -
(4 x TP-Link WN722N v1 eg.)..a local eBay vendor offered those as barely used a while ago for a couple of Euro). ^^

Besides that, can I always sell them, should I don't wanna use them.
They are rare as f**.Altough I've already 4 Alfa adapter, they're still reliable and freakishly good performance wise.


If you want to go into monitor mode and also keep an eye on stealth, then use rather a good nano adapter like the Ralink 5370 or the MediaTek 7601 for example.

I came across the Poco forum and read about the Sphinx kernel, which sounds too good to be true.

I was thinking to open a thread to ask a dev, but that comes a bit like begging across and is in my experience too 99% of failure crowned.

Anyhow.

This kernel would be ideal (Miui/LOS) and has all of the actual wlan driver (+ bunch of customization methods).

I looked up a couple of tutorials, but as I said earlier this would be totally uncharted Territorium.

Shouldn't you be able to succeed perhaps I'll give it a try. :confused:

For now I wish you good luck!

PS

Mido has a current functional Nethunter kernel, but for AOSP/LOS 8.1 (without treble support) which can be seen here. ;)

edit. Grammar cluster fu**. Edited for readability.
 
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UsPdSr

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After installing NetHunter, no modules in lsmod present( I did all according to instruction in previous page(

This error is a result of an issue with the official Kali rolling repository.

I have the same error on my Nexus 7.
There is a workaround, but I don't have the link on hand.

Just google it.
 
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UsPdSr

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Quick update:

I switched to a CyanogenMod build on my Nexus, because I was a bit annoyed by the laggy stock rom.

Offensive recently released Kali 2019.1 and therewith a fix /patch for several bugs, which affected Nethunter's repo as well.

If a Gpg error appears look it up, there is an easy fix.

That's it.

Cheers!

PS

Here the above mentioned fix, if a error by the update appears.

wget -q -O - https://archive.kali.org/archive-key.asc | apt-key add
 
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Pimeekunkku

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Not booting into sys

When i flashed this in my recovery (orangefox) it just keeps booting into fastboot. I had to recover from a backup. Is there a fix for this or did i do something wrong?
 

UsPdSr

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When i flashed this in my recovery (orangefox) it just keeps booting into fastboot. I had to recover from a backup. Is there a fix for this or did i do something wrong?

You have to install a non-treble aosp-/los based oreo rom.As there aren't that many in circulation, which is not something I welcome, but I bought a OnePlus 3 and don't have the device as well as the limited Kali support, for that matter.

Like I said, OmiRom, preferably LiquidRemix.

After that the configuration is self-explanatory.

The Kernel is more stable then most of the official supported devices.

Hf
 

UsPdSr

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So sad that development of nethunter kernel for mido is end
:crying::crying::crying::crying:

Wuz?

You are extremely misinformed, bud.


Not even a week ago, the whole team moved their repository to gitlab. ;)

A couple of new programmer and developers have joined the project.

When you look up jacduano's server, you'll notice a complete new release in 'nightly'.

This is the first since 2017!

Re4son, a very gifted developer, well-known in the cybersecurity resp pentesting scene, joined the Nethunter project.

As far as it regards the Mido, I would recommended that you give it a shot to develop a new kernel by yourself. It's not that difficult, trust me.You have to invest some time and read a lot, but mainly it's copy&paste.

It's become very simple by now.

In the meantime you can use the actual build for the mido.

You will find all necessary software here - >

https://drive.google.com/open?id=14yFnYTT7dL5-h9CrISGgPLkLxCPWMui2

Hack responsible =)

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https://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=77999905&postcount=152

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PS

I read a couple of pages in this thread, as I am not a mido user anymore and saw our correspondence regarding a kernel compilation by one self.

I saw a couple of threads in regard to this topic.I would recommend to give it a a try, or buy another device with better support.
OnePlus 5 or 6 are good choices.

In regard to the screen size, are there a couple if options from a bit pricey till very.. Nvidia Shield Tablet (even used, 32 gb ~ 250 $).Altough the development ended with Nougat.
The absolut hammer is a Samsung Tab S4, afair.~500 $ at least.

Personally I tend to concentrate on my laptop and chromebook, specifically for this.What portability regards I would tend to Raspberry's.

The hardware(beside the new Tablet) is just not well suited for cybersecurity jobs or mischief.

I bought a good as new OnePlus 3 for 220 $, but the graphical design is too monotonous.

But, because I am that kind of geek, I look for a Lg Nexus 5.

Not the '5x'.

It's still the best supported device.
Binkybear's Nethunter OS supposedly works great.
Maybe I give the Nexus 6p another shot.Kimocoder's newly released kernel for Oreo has Nexmon implemented as well.

Although I struggel with the price/Gb from the Nexus 5.170 $, 32 Gb for a 4 year old device.. o_O

We will see.

Best of luck!
 
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v1da

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Wuz?

You are extremely misinformed, bud.


Not even a week ago, the whole team moved their repository to gitlab. ;)

A couple of new programmer and developers have joined the project.

When you look up jacduano's server, you'll notice a complete new release in 'nightly'.
thank you for information
i tried to build kernel myself esp for PIE, searching for informations, but no success, ended up like a dead pig
thank you
 
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Wonderfullmann

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Heey man!
What about nethunter for our devices on project treble? Are you work at it? If this job is possible, can you write post about it? And, of course, I understand that this port maybe hard, but I can't wait this sh*t and I believe you! I think, You can do it!:D
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