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  1. Hi all! Not up to mischief, but can't be bothered to configure a batch of Android smartphones by hand. I'm looking for example scripts to charge my creativism. Looking for syntax to: swipe, upload and install .apk amongst other Yes I used Google and search button, but can't find a complete list of commands to use for android between the numerous hits using a phone as a Duck. Greatfull if you could mention some links.
  2. Hello guys, Before I start, I want to say that I looked on all the forums for a solution and tried multiple options until I started writing this. I have tried to make an exploit for Android. Everything works fine until I open the apk on my test phone where after I installed it by bypassing the security restrictions, it doesn't do anything. On msf it doesn't show that it's connected to a device. As well, regardless if I stop the exploit, kill it and remove it, the server is still up and contains the file. I need a solution since I believe that this is caused by the recent changes in metasploit and android 9.
  3. I'll be attempting to use my pineapple nano on an android that has no cell service at the moment. I don't want to pay a monthly bill on a phone that i may only use 2 time's a month so what would you all suggest in the way of connectivity? I was thinking the pay as you go or buying a hotspot device with a pay as you go. I don't trust that any of these services would be fast enough. Have any of you tried anything like this and have a suggested best pick?
  4. Can you make videos on automation in non-rooted android smartphone remotely?? We know, we can write a bash/shell script and send it to someone remotely via link, if he/she clicks on link, the script will automatically execute. Can we do same in non-rooted android smartphone too?? For an instance, can we send a link to someone with a non-rooted android smartphone , if he/she clicks on link, automatically his/her email account will open, automatically a message will be written in email and it will be sent automatically. Is it possible?? I think it is same as rubber ducky
  5. Hi all, Looking for a RSS reader for android. I'm specifically looking into apps for offline caching. Something with browser integration and high customizability would be great. I know most readers would do the job just fine, but I would appreciate some user experience instead of trying every single reader. Thanks in advance!
  6. So i bought the LG phenix 4 and im like why can't my pineapple app connect to the server??? do i need a diff phone?
  7. Put together a quick and dirty bash bunny script. Allows unknown sources on Android device, grabs apk via webrowser, installs and opens. https://github.com/JakeBernier/bashbunny/blob/master/android/web_delivery/payload.txt Also working to get adb delivery method working. Curious if anyone knows of a Android keyboard shortcut that will quickly up settings to speed this up?
  8. Hi dear friends. I watched to this video. But I dont know, which payload he was use in this video. So, what do you think about it? Which payload must be it?
  9. Hi, I just ordered my Bash Bunny, and while I'm waiting for it, I'm gathering info for my project. On the github, there is a payload to loot data from a Windows host and I would like to do the same for an Android phone. The idea will be to use adb to extract the data, but if the Debug Mode is not on (mostly the case for normal users) you can't really use adb. I have a Galaxy S5 mini (Android 4.4 I think) to test my code on. The idea is to proceed like below: 1/ Being able to steal data from an -unlocked- phone with Debub mode enable (I think this part is easy :) ). 2/ Being able to steal data from an -unlocked- phone with Debub mode disabled. 3/ Being able to steal data from a -locked- phone with Debub mode disabled. Do you people have some kind of idea about how to do it? Like exploit a flaw to use adb or inject an app. I'm sure we can find something :)
  10. I walked thru the Windows 10 setup on my PC. Is it possible to do the Android set up on the same device OR would I need a 2nd nano? Can I switch between my laptop and a Android phone for mobile scanning. The windows 10 setup works fine. Don't want to damage it. Thanks for your help.
  11. Hello everyone, I just purchased the Bash Bunny, i wanted to see if i could make an .APK execute on an android device. How would i go about coding that, i know that i need to call the file. It is possible that i can do that?
  12. Hello, After doing some reading on the SMB Exfiltration, would it be possible to create the same kind of payload but for an Android phone? Say for someone to connect the BB to an Android phone and copy over a certain file.
  13. How would I go about getting an ARM version of ADB working on the bash bunny? I tried using Google's Python implementation of ADB, but it required libusb1 and other dependencies. The goal is to make a payload that: Enabled USB debugging (HID) Accepts connection to device (HID) ADB Install's package (bash) ADB launches package (bash) I had the HID payload working for enabling USB debugging, but then realized ADB was for x64 processors. I found a couple ARM versions, but couldn't get any of them working properly. Can anyone help me out with this. Ideally, I would like to utilize my apkwash script (https://github.com/jbreed/apkwash) to generate a lightweight payload to use for pushing onto a device. With ADB you can also attempt gaining root as well through ADB methods that otherwise wouldn't be accessible.
  14. Hi guys! It's been now a month that I'm using my Nano and I'm really happy about it! But today I wanted to test the Nano with my phone. I plugged my portable Battery, plugged my phone and everything seems to work. But now I have a question. Since my phone have a USB-C port and I have a USB-C OTG Cable. Why the Nano can't be powered only by using this cable? Did I really need to get my battery every time I want to use my Nano with my phone? Or have you another setup, more simple? Thanks for your attention, have a nice day! (PS: Sorry for bad english)
  15. I have recently purchased a WiFi Pineapple Nano an I am trying to connect it to my android. I watched the video on youtube and followed the instructions to an exact yet it just gets stuck at "Waiting for the WiFi Pineapple to make a connection. My phone is a AT&T Samsung Galaxy S7, Model Number: G930A Version: 6.0.1 if that helps. I am using the USB adapter that comes with the product attached to my PC and my USB charger connecting to the pineapple. Is there anything im doing wrong? Thanks!
  16. I recently got my Nano and am currently on a vertical learning curve. Today I plugged a USB Wifi adapter into Nano and set my Samsung Galaxy S5 as a WiFi hotspot. Went into Client Mode setup but it does not see Android hotspot. Picks up and works with other Wifi access points ok, but does not see S5 hotspot? Any ideas? R.
  17. Might be of use to those running an iOS device, and hence no tethering; I've picked up an LG Leon for £50 from EE. It's PAYG and EE allow tethering, some network operators block PAYG tethering. Just tested the Pineapple app and tethering, all good. I don't work for EE, just passing the info on. the phone itself is very unremarkable Looking forward to playing around with the Nano on my commute now! *edit: it's an Android device
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