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Fake linux as android device

How can I let my GNU/linux completely mimic an android device when connecting to a wireless Access Point? I explain: I moved to another location and it seems that my android phone and tablet have a ...
1
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376 views

ssh ubuntu to android : No route to host

I am trying to log into my android phone (running sshdroid), using my laptop (ubuntu 12.04). I am on a university sub-network (on wifi), and so is my phone. I tried the following command: ssh ...
2
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1answer
280 views

How do I create a USB networking interface for passing internet to my Android phone?

I am working on passing through the internet from my computer to my phone (running Android) over USB. I'm not sure how to achieve this, but I know I will need a usb network interface, such as usb0. ...
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how to configure USB networking on fedora

I have a Samsung smartphone, which can be connected to a free WIFI network, but my laptop can't connect to that WIFI network. So I want to use my smartphone as a router/forwarder. I want to connect ...
2
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1answer
567 views

Network file-sharing between Linux and Android

I want to share the contents of my external HDD with my Android phone. For the last two hours, I've been trying to correctly set up Samba - it was absolutely horrible. There must be another, simpler ...
2
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0answers
181 views

Connected Android device - brings the network down?

I have dealt with sensitive development under Android, and have recently decided to switch to Linux now sit under (Mint 13 - KDE). But strangely, when the Android device is connected, my network goes ...
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331 views

Usb tethering with linux and htc desire s other than rndis_host

I want to share the connection of my htc desire s with linux and I'm doing it but if it is possibile I'd like to avoid using the rndis_host module. The tethering can be configured as "windows" or "mac ...
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885 views

Can I spoof the MAC address in Android?

Is it possible to spoof the MAC address of the wireless interface using wpa_supplicant.conf in Android when I connect as a client to an access point? Edit Unfortunately, Android doesn't support ...