Saturday, 30 May 2015

Steps to Easily Root Samsung Galaxy S6 SM-G920 and Galaxy S6 Edge SM-G925

What will you need:

  • A Samsung Galaxy S6 SM-G920 or Galaxy S6 Edge SM-G925.
  • PingPong app to root. Download it from here.
  • A bit of patience.
Note: This process is intended only for Samsung Galaxy S6 SM-G920 or Galaxy S6 Edge SM-G925. Do not try this on other devices.

Heads up: Before rooting your device, make a back up of your device.

How to root Samsung Galaxy S6 SM-G920 or Galaxy S6 Edge SM-G925:

  • Download pingpongroot_.apk. Install & open it.
  • It will automatically install SuperSU 2.46 for you. Follow the instructions on screen. You may need to enable unknown source for this step.
  • Once install is finished, click “Open" and run it once to "activate" it. It will prompt an error message (unless you already rooted) and exit automatically, bring you back to PingPong root.
  • Click "Download Data" button to update device data if you have Internet connection.
  • Open it and click "Get Root!" button
  • If prompted for app permissions, allow them and continue. If it reboots, just retry.
  • Once finished, please make sure to reboot.
  • You can uninstall PingPong root app once finished.
Congrats! You have successfully rooted your Samsung Galaxy S6 device.

Disclaimer: Rooting voids your warranty, so do this process at your own risk.

Friday, 29 May 2015

Steps to Install and Run Kali Linux Virtually On Android Device

Installing Kali Linux on Android gives us access to wide range of possibilities. In face, anything we do on pc running Kali Linux can be done remotely / portably on Android. Remember, not all devices are capable of running Kali Linux. The particular device should meet some requirements which I'll be mentioning later in this tutorial. Keep in mind that, after using this guide, we're not going to have Kali Linux as our primary Operating System, but actually it runs virtually in virtual machine, which is same as having secondary OS in VM VirtualBox.

Why Android Device?

The reason one likes to have Kali Linux on their Android devices is portability. Not all can afford laptops or pcs capable of running more than operating system. The other reason is some pcs may not have enough space on hard drive. These are the two main reasons for choosing Android as platform.

Does the Android device needs ROOT?

The answer is yes. This is because the process you are going to perform messes with system files which require super user permissions. Bear in mind that rooting voids phone warranty.

So, What requirements should the device have?

  • The device should have at least 512 MB of Ram. The more Ram, the faster the performance.
  • 4-5 GB of Internal Memory.
  • Android 4.0 and above.


  • Android Device
  • Complete Linux Installer (Requires ROOT). Download full version from here.
  • Android VNCViewer. Download full version from here.
  • Android Terminal App. Download full version from here.

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The main process starts here:

1. Download Complete Linux Installer and install the app.

2. Open the application (Allow Super User Permission) and click Install Guides.

3. In the list of Linux Operating systems that can be installed, select Kali Linux.

4. Now scroll to page 2 and click Download Image.

5. In the mean while, when the download is in progress, install the remaining applications 
VNCViewer and Terminal.

6. Once the download has finished you will now need to extract the zip folder using file manager of your choice.

7. Extract this into a folder called Kali on the root of your Sdcard (there should be tow files kali.img and kali.img.md5)

8. You are now ready to boot Kali, do this by using the Launch menu item.

9. You can set settings like screen size in the launch menu. Now the installation process takes place.

10. After a minute or two you should get the message root@localhost:/# , if you get this Kali is running.

11. Now open VNC Viewer app we have downloaded.

12. Set the IP Address to localhost and port number to 5900 and enter the password debian, then press connect and the GUI will render.

Congrats! You have successfully installed Kali Linux on your Android device. Now you can follow the general installation process to install it on hard drive.

Disclaimer: The above process "Installing and Running Kali Linux on Android" is meant for people who are aware of what they are doing. Because Installing Kali Linux on Android is not a small process that every noob can perform. It needs some high knowledge about Android.