its annoying the hell out of me. All the stuff on nethunter ive been able to in BT & Kali on my notebook for the last 10 years. Its this OCD thing that now ive bought the phone and 'seen' that it can be done i have to finish it or ive wasted all this time. Its a like a ridiculous jigsaw puzzle that im almost at the end of and someones hidden the last pieces all over the entire internet. wtf
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can you break down this part of the process please: 'Remember to erase and flash cache in fastboot and _stay away_ from the userdata.img by god..!'
Ive downgraded my 8.1.1 Nexus 6P to 7.1.1 (N4F26U) Using Fastboot (with CMD prompt in windows - with phone at bootloader) using the following commands:
a. fastboot flash bootloader bootloader-angler-angler-03.64.img
b. Fastboot reboot-bootloader
c. fastboot flash radio radio-angler-angler-03.78.img
d. fastboot flash boot boot.img
e. fastboot flash cache cache.img
f. fastboot flash system system.img
g. fastboot erase userdata
h. fastboot flash recovery recovery.img
i. fastboot flash vendor vendor.img
Have i done something wrong or can i install twrp?
if ive done something wrong - what was it and how do i fix?
I flashed it with the files from your link: 7.1.1 (N4F26U, Apr 2017) https://dl.google.com/dl/android/aos...y-131d7b01.zip
I cant see in your guide where you're rooting the phone - are you using SuperSU or magisk? Im thinking that i'll copy over SuperSU (https://forum.xda-developers.com/apps/supersu/2014-09-02-supersu-v2-05-t2868133) to the phone before i install twrp?
Thanks for your help!
when though the whole process and still no power to the TL-WN722N.
The only thing that i may have done incorrectly:
1. I installed the nethunter-angler-nougat-kalifs-full-3.20-20170719-1633.zip (from your guide) via twrp after installing Magisk-v19.2.zip via twrp. Maybe i needed to to install Nethunter via magisk manager app?
2. I used Magisk-v19.2.zip. Maybe i should have used magisk-permissive-script_v1.2.zip from your guide - i didnt know what magisk-permissive-script_v1.2.zip was?
As a side note:
1. When i open the Nethunter ap and select the Kali Chroot Manager from the side menu and it checks..the out put is: an existing kali chroot directory was found!
2. When i run ifconfig in NHTerminal the output is:
BUS 002 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0003 Linux Foundation 3.0 root hub
BUS 001 Device 002: ID 0cf3:9271 Atheros Communications, Inc. AR9271 802.11n
BUS 001 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub
Any ideas - v welcome
is this the correct busybox?:
....that i install after Magisk but before removing SuperSU app?
This installer flashes SuperSU, but it doesn't matter.
Just install Magisk first, set it up and install BusyBox.
After the installation of Kali Nethunter, just go ahead and remove the SuperSU app with Titanium backup, the System App Remover or another App Manager with the necessary permissions.
the only reason i asked about busybox was because you had said about installing it in your guide....:
If its not needed to get the wifi card working then i wont install it. Thanks
I'll rebuild my Nexus 6P to stock and go though the whole process again - see if i can get the wifi card to detect...
i think this is what allowed me to update:
wget -q -O - https://archive.kali.org/archive-key.asc | apt-key add (message should appear with 'OK' )
or apt-get update && apt-get upgrade (not sure if this works in NH its a bash command)
Hey buddy I can't help people don't use google to fix their own problems. I built this straight from this link https://github.com/offensive-security/kali-nethunter.gitHey.
Don't mean to be rude but not many people are having luck with this. It's not on the official Kali (Offensive Security) website so, I'm not sure where you got this. Saying they did it might be a little risky, if it's malicious in anyway, via you or another party, I'd be really really careful. Big fines and probably jail time buddy. This is not a game....
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