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  1. #1
    SBTlauien African Astronaut
    Is anyone else into Android app development?

    I said I was going to make a tutorial on rdfrn but never did(which is probably good because idio shut it down), but I was curious on who else [FONT=arial]developes[/FONT], or wants to [FONT=arial]develope[/FONT], android apps.

    I'm currently learning more about the NDK(Native Development Kit) and developing apps targeted at phones with root access.

    Eventually I want to actually make my own ROM, which doesn't look to difficult.
  2. #2
    Sophie Pedophile Tech Support
    I got Android Studio and have messed around a bit with Android Dev, not good or anything but i'd be interested in reading your experiences or any guides you may be able to share.
  3. #3
    Lanny motherfucker
    A bit of a rehash of what I posted on the fern, but I've interacted with android through the processing interface. Currently working on a little "drum machine" app and going through processing to sidestep some of the usual android ceremony. It's kind of a pain because the debug tools blow relative to android studio proper but the annoyance hasn't been great enough (and the barrier to entry of android dev through the usual channels has been to great) to get me off my ass to make the switch.
  4. #4
    SBTlauien African Astronaut
    I haven't really used Android Studio that much, but I am planning on making the switch. Eclipse crashes a lot on big projects, but relearning all of the little things about an IDE can be time consuming.

    I have never heard about this 'processing interface' but it looks like it'll set you back as far as learning what you can really do.

    On a device with root access, you can actually do quite a bit. But it is limited to the ROM, which is why I want to start making those.
  5. #5
    I remember fooling around with the Zune SDK a long time ago when the Zune HD (that embarrassing flop of a device) first came out. Programming for that stuff was how I got acquainted with C# and the .NET framework. But since this is an android thread none of that matters.

    I would like to see more NETSEC tools on android. Maybe I am just out of the loop but it would be pretty cool to have an android app kit that essentially turns a tablet or smart phone into something like Backtrack or Kali or some other pen testing netsec distro. As I am actually getting back into things I would totally be down to collaborate with some of you niggers about this sort of thing.
  6. #6
    Sophie Pedophile Tech Support
    I remember fooling around with the Zune SDK a long time ago when the Zune HD (that embarrassing flop of a device) first came out. Programming for that stuff was how I got acquainted with C# and the .NET framework. But since this is an android thread none of that matters.

    I would like to see more NETSEC tools on android. Maybe I am just out of the loop but it would be pretty cool to have an android app kit that essentially turns a tablet or smart phone into something like Backtrack or Kali or some other pen testing netsec distro. As I am actually getting back into things I would totally be down to collaborate with some of you niggers about this sort of thing.

    Pentesting on an Android? We've got apps for that breh. http://resources.infosecinstitute.com/pen-test-apps-android-devices/

    Niggas in Space Android Security Framework sounds pretty sweet though.
  7. #7
    SBTlauien African Astronaut
    I remember fooling around with the Zune SDK a long time ago when the Zune HD (that embarrassing flop of a device) first came out. Programming for that stuff was how I got acquainted with C# and the .NET framework. But since this is an android thread none of that matters.

    I would like to see more NETSEC tools on android. Maybe I am just out of the loop but it would be pretty cool to have an android app kit that essentially turns a tablet or smart phone into something like Backtrack or Kali or some other pen testing netsec distro. As I am actually getting back into things I would totally be down to collaborate with some of you niggers about this sort of thing.


    There's these two, which are merging...

    http://dsploit.net/

    https://www.zimperium.com/zanti-mobile-penetration-testing

    There's also some other's and some are open source, which is nice. I actually was about to arpspoof myself on some public wifi(a first time arpspoof for me).

    I'm actually making an app of my own that can do a bunch of stuff. But I'm focusing more on creating a rouge/poisened hotspot that'll collect data. Something more for setting up on a cheap phone(so there's no real worries if it's found) and left at a cafe/restaurant/bar, that'll send data to an email address. The above programs seems more like they are for just testing. I want one for doing. ;)
  8. #8
    Sophie Pedophile Tech Support
    There's these two, which are merging…

    http://dsploit.net/

    https://www.zimperium.com/zanti-mobile-penetration-testing

    There's also some other's and some are open source, which is nice. I actually was about to arpspoof myself on some public wifi(a first time arpspoof for me).

    I'm actually making an app of my own that can do a bunch of stuff. But I'm focusing more on creating a rouge/poisened hotspot that'll collect data. Something more for setting up on a cheap phone(so there's no real worries if it's found) and left at a cafe/restaurant/bar, that'll send data to an email address. The above programs seems more like they are for just testing. I want one for doing. ;)

    #BlackhatLyfe
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