Wednesday, May 18, 2016

How to Install Backtrack on Android Device - Much sier Way

How to Install Backtrack on Android Device - Much sier WayToday I am here to tell you the siest way to install backtrack on an android device
For this you need:

Rooted android device
Linux installer (Can be found on Google play)
Zarchiver (Can be found on Google play)
Busybox (Can be found on Google play)
Android-VNC (Can be found on Google play)
Terminal Emulator (Can be found on Google play)
Programmes Mentioned above are Free so dont take tension to Pay :)

Lets Start:

First you need to install busybox from Google Play

Install and then Open it , it will install some more things.

install Linux Installer from Google Play


Open linux installer , then click on install guide from the list on your left hand site


When you click that, you'll see a list of Linux distros, click on Backtrack and you will see a screen with steps on how to install it. Now click on the second page of those steps, you will get a page that looks like this:

Now click on download and Let it Finish Downloading

Now open Google Play
Install Terminal Emulator:

Once you Done again open the store
Now install Zarchiver:

When it finishes downloading, open Zarchiver, and look for the zip file that you downloaded and extract the into a root folder called backtrack
Extract into an external Memory Card not in the Internal one

Now open Linux Installer Again and Click on launch

you will see screen like this one:

If it didn't recognize any distro, click on Setting > Edit then change the file path there to your backtrack , the .img file that you extracted. When it finally say "backtrack" on the drop down list, click "Start Linux"
Terminal Emulator will open, you just have to proceed with the installation steps, ask you for a new , and some preferences. When it's done you will get a red "root@localhost~#" like the picture below:

Now you are in Backtrack


If you want backtrack in GUI. Open Google Play , And Install Android VNC

Once it finished Installing Open it and it will looks like this

Set to the same settings in the picture. But not the ip address you have to put your ip address. You can get your own IP by Opening backtrack terminal emulator. and running "ifconfig" command: as below in screenshot

Setting for VNC are:

Username: Backtrack
IP: from "ifconfig" command or just put
Color Format: 24-Bit

Now Click connect and You Are Done :) You will be on Backtrack Desktop with in notime

When finish using it don't forget to disconnect VNC and Exit Backtrack Terminal Emulator. it will take you battery in background if you left if turn on

You can install Ubuntu by Same Method

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