The best (read: most powerful) tool of its kind on Android. Complex, with a somewhat confusing and unorthodox UI, and expensive by Android app standards, but these are hurdles worth jumping if intricate, on-device packet analysis is essential to you.
I purchased today the "Wicap. Sniffer Pro [ROOT]" app and installed it on my rooted device. When I try to capture traffic it failed, this is from the log: unable to start "/proc/self/exe": No such file or directory This is using LineageOS 7.1.2 Anything I can do? I tried uninstall and install it didn't help.
Need help using this! I tried the trial and got it working, decided to buy the full version and cannot get it going. Yes I have root access, yes Ive read the "info" sections. I cannot seem to capture any traffic. Any suggestions?
Awesome Has some extended benefits on top of being able to analysis saved capture pockets from Wireshark and visa versa.. Really convenient for Analysis source code file's, profiles to. All the other Applications are just a great as this one.
UPDATE: Reinstall fixed the issue. Anyway it is still quite unintuitive. Tried to save packets and spent a couple of minutes finding how to do them. Why have you put "Save as..." on play button long click ?! It is completely unintuitive and info FAQ is useless. Move Param section into three vertical dots (it is not commonly used section) and add section Action with Save As... | Open | etc.
We are waiting for the version 2.0 ... we hope it will bring more options
Turns an Android phone into a W-iFi Analyzer w/18 useful router networking tools