Ever wish you could have a full desktop experience on your phone or tablet? Now you can! With this fully working Backtrack 5 install guide and files!
What is Backtrack 5? It is the highest rated and acclaimed Linux security distribution to date. BackTrack is a Linux-based penetration testing arsenal that aids security professionals in the ability to perform assessments in a purely native environment dedicated to hacking. The penetration distribution has been customized down to every package, kernel configuration, script and patch solely for the purpose of the penetration tester. (Wifi penetration, network penetration…)
1GHZ processor (recommended)
Android 2.1 or higher
SD card with at least 4GB of free space
Data connection on your device
loop file support (not all kernels support this function a quick search on Google should be helpful about your device)
What is this?
This is a fully customized Backtrack 5 image web based installer designed, themed and optimized for mobile devices. This will allow you to run a full Backtrack 5 system inside, or for a lack of better terms alongside your existing Android install (!!!You can still make calls, text, and use android without having to reboot your phone!!!).
Key features include:
Ability to install a full operating system on your phone
Working software center
756MB-1.3 GB free space in virtual drive after install
Ability to access files on your SD card from Backtrack 5
Ability to have a full Backtrack 5 desktop side by side with Android
App provides a detailed instruction set on how to get Backtrack 5 running on your android device with all of the necessary files and custom Backtrack 5 image. App provides a 1.5GB custom Backtrack 5 image designed to work on Android. Please email us if you have any questions. The current resolution is 800x480 however will scale to any screen size tablets included. If you are installing on a tablet Pocket Cloud VNC free or paid versions are encouraged for best performance.
As we are familiar with linux we can state this distro works well on Android, however we are not familiar with all of the extensive tools included and how to use or test them. There are lots of guides on how to use the software provided if you search the internet…
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We have two different ways to exit the application. If we push the exit button on the application interface, we will stop completely the service, that means that we will be unable to speak or talk anymore. If we exit the application by other means (eg: pushing the home button) the service will remain active (an icon will remain in the notifications area to indicate it), that way we will be able to speak or listen (depending on how the button to do that was left). If we want to completely stop the service we will have to go to the application and push the exit button.
- Track your position every user-defined minutes/distance
- Export your tracks to CSV (OpenOffice Compatible) or KML (Google Earth compatible)
- See where you spend your time!!
Home Screen Usage:
- The only thing that you'll need to care about is to set up your desired tracking parameters and hang* the widget in your home screen and, when activated, it will update your tracked locations list
- You also may be able to start/stop the widget tracking service
*This operation may differ from one device to another, please check your device user manual if any issue appears.
Tapping the menu button, options will appear :
- Export to CSV format (OpenOffice compatible)
This option gives the possibility of use his tracked data in a OpenOffice sheet, exporting it to a *.csv file.
- Export to KML format (Google Earth* compatible)
This option gives the possibility of upload tracked data to Google Maps, exporting it to a *.kml file.
- Clear DB
Clear all tracked data in KMT DataBase
Warning! This option cannot be undone!
This option will prepare an e-mail with a *.kml attached file, containing the user tracked data.
*Visit www.ara-tecnologia.com/KMT-Docs.pdf for viewing our KML to Google Maps upload Guide.
All exported data will be created in the sdcard, inside a “KMTExportedData” folder.
1. Be sure that you have enabled at least one of your Location providers (GPS*, Network).
2. Long click on the Android desktop, select the add Widget option, then select KeepMyTrack.
3. Widget appears, note that the status caption is “Inactive” and turns into “Tracking: ON”
4. Done! You are tracking all your positions!
5. You can cancel the tracking service via the AppWidget cancel button, or from the main KMT activity “Stop service”.
**GPS tracking requires outdoors in most devices, due weak signals
How it works:
The widget records your position in a user-defined time, so the elapsed time between location updates will never be less than that user-defined time.
Even if the user-defined time is passed, no record will be saved if the user-defined distance has not been covered since the last update.
Consider the above notes in order to properly adjust the update time/distance to your movement speed (walking, car, train, ...).
Have a nice track!
Neither AraTecnologia or KeepMyTrack (KMT) will collect, distribute, inform or copy any data that is stored in user personal KMT DataBase, the user has anytime the option to erase all relevant data stored in the application.
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