Rarely works. It is able to install binaries fine, and I have reinstalled repeatedly. I have actually had it successfully start capturing about twice. Probably 95% of attempts to start capturing fail. If I attempt to capture too many times, the capture device selection window goes black and the start button does nothing, requiring a force stop to get it "working" again. Oddly enough the free version worked fine for me when I tested it.
Not working Hi, I've actually updated to Android 4.3 re-rooted the device and the app is working fine now. Prior to this it appear to have suffered of lack of permissions to write the "pcap" file, although I had super user privileges granted. Anyway all good now, thank you for your followup.
Was great until dev disappeared If you're going to get people to pay for something, at least make an effort to keep it updated! It was a great app until it didn't work with newer versions of Android. Not updated in nearly two years. Yeah... Will change rating when it actually works.
Doesn't work on Android five! The install works fine but when you try to start a capture it just dots there for a moment then quits to the pap reader which obviously doesn't have anything because it never got attached to the wlan to get any info.
HTC one ViperOne5.8 lunar kernel Ok people , for me I had to install a stock kernel that was unsecure first, then install the custom kernel to get r/w access. On HTC you must also be SOFF I believe. After all this it does work properly except for capturing mobile data packets. It can't decode those, only WiFi packets. To the guy that said it doesn't work on 4.4, it does, I am running 4.4.2
Didn't work I'm running Cyanogen 12.1 (5.1.1) and the app does absolutely nothing. Too bad the refund period expired before I figured this out. Complete waste of money.
- Created Installer Activity to help troubleshoot installation and capture issues
- Bug fixes opening PCAP files with wrong permissions
- Updated to support Android 4.3