Basic NFD control app for Android
Develop an Android GUI application to start, stop, and configure basic parameters of NFD (faces and routes).
Updated by Sanjev Mehrotra about 6 years ago
- Start date set to 01/02/2015
- % Done changed from 0 to 40
UI design , utility classes done.
Things to do:
- Getting the nfd working on android.
- Rooting android OS
- osmonitor working to get the isrooted function working as part of bootstep procedure of nfd.
- Readme file to be created for repository
Updated by Sanjev Mehrotra almost 6 years ago
Got an LG device model LGL55c with android version 2.3.4 and rooted.
Poot-debug.apk work right from the phone. So that means to fiddling with drivers, adb, compiling software, or any of that fun stuff. So far this has only been used on about 3 phones.
Poot-debug.apk is the miracle worker here. In order for it to work, it needs some libraries provided by Ministro.apk. If ministro is already installed, you can skip installing it again. If you don't have access to the googleplay app store, there is an apk for ministro attached to this post.
Download Poot-debug.apk and run adb install Poot-debug.apk after connecting the device via usb port.
Install ministro.apk from google app store.
So, you got the Poot-debug.apk installed and ministro installed from somewhere. Start up Poot. After it gets some libraries using ministro, you should see a screen with a button at the top that says "Press here to poot" and a big white log window. Press that button and cross your fingers. It will try to do some haxxory and gain root access. Then it will try to remount the filesystem, write the su binary, and clean up after itself a little bit. in the log window, lines starting with "[+]" show good things that are happening. Lines that start with "[-]" show something that didn't work as expected. Assuming everything worked as it should, Poot will have written an su binary in /system/xbin. This binary goes with the Superuser app (not the SuperSU one). You'll want to install Superuser from the play store to finish the process and allow apps to use the su binary. There will be 2 more buttons pop up at the top of the screen that are links to the google play store for the free versions of a couple useful programs. You probably want to install the superuser one first, and then the rootcheck so you can verify that stuff is working.