Install Kali Desktop on Android
It is really impressive how a smartphone can have so much power for such a low price, to the point where we can install Kali Linux on Android.
for such a low price, to the point where we can install Kali Linux on Android.
Of course, as we all know Android is still «Linux» but with a layer of customization…
Thanks to David Bombal for this awesome guide which helps us to be able to install
Kali Linux on our Android terminal.
It is not necessary to be a ROOT user!
1- First we will install Termux, we can find it in the store or in the repo of the guide.
(Termux: Termux is a terminal emulator for Android that allows you to run a Linux environment on an Android device.
Linux environment on an Android device. )
2- Run inside termux the command «apt update and apt upgrade».
(Debian Linux and many of its derivatives use APT to install tools. We need to run apt update to get the source information of the package from the resources configured in the /etc/apt/sources.list file. This is how the system knows
which files need to be updated and where they can be downloaded from).
3- We will insert the command «termux-setup-storage» so that we will grant shared access to the Termux storage in the storage to Termux storage in the terminal’s internal storage.
4- We will install the wget command with the command «apt install wget».
(Wget: Command used to retrieve content and files from various web servers)
5- Download NetHunter from the following link:
wget -O install-nethunter-termux https://offs.ec/2MceZWr
6- We will give it execution permissions with «chmod +x install-nethunter-termux».
7- Install the package with «./install-nethunter-termux».
8- We will go to appstore and then we will install NetHunter, once installed inside the application we will install «NetHunter-termux» of the application we will install «NetHunter Kex bVNC».
Now we will be able to start Kali by remote desktop and we will have literally a
hacking pocket computer!