Some packet(s) can't be sent through the vpn This is an app which capture the packet without promiscious mode and produce pcap file of the captured packets, so it's a good app to know what kind of packets coming and sent by our device. However I cant seem to make a voip call while monitoring my device traffic, but I can register to my voip server just fine. Perhaps the vpn cant pass through the packet for sessions? Regardless this is a nice app for a workaround to those who don't want to root their device
Doesn't seem to capture all packets. I'm trying to troubleshoot why the Bethesda Pipboy app won't connect to the PC. See, the app is sending a broadcast onto the network (which I can see with Wireshark). The PC then sends a unicast message back to the IP of my phone (which I also see with Wireshark). However, the app doesn't do anything. It doesn't switch to the next screen allowing me to select my PC. So, I've been trying to troubleshoot if the packets are even making it to the phone. Odd thing is, the phone, according to the capture from tPCAP, doesn't even show a sending packet, even though the PC received several. So, somethin' ain't working fellas. Maybe tPCAP doesn't capture broadcast packets?
Doesn't work for me Nexus 5 with Android 5.1. Can't connect Internet after recording starts. No notification appears to stop recording. Even tried to stop app in Android settings, but Internet still blocked. Had to power phone down.
I've been a User of Wireshark a little over a decade. This tPacketCapture does not work as advertised. There is no Viewer to read logs (*.pcap) supposively captured. In the mis-told point of being able to move the *.pcap file. it is never saved. I manually went through every folder in both phone memory folders an mini SD folder. it's not there, In re-entering the app the file is not longer seen in the app either. Now after review to you the reader, uninstalling the app.
I used this app for several days and I was very happy with how it's convenient and appears to seamlessly capture traffic. Was really impressed. But after debugging a really elusive network problem, I painfully realized that my AJAX calls are timing out ONLY when capture is on. Turning capture off - AJAX successful, 200 HTTP. Capture back on - failure due to 30 second time out. The developer obviously put a lot of time and effort into this, and I would gladly pay for a tool that works, but a debugging tool that introduces new bugs is not only not helpful, but time wasting. Hope for a fix soon.
I wanted to open captured .pcap file, but upon clicking, I'm only asked if I want to open file using Google Docs, or HTML Viewer. It is not possible, as far as I can tell, simply open pcap files from this app. Please correct me if I'm wrong, I''m using Android 8.0.0
Fixed crash on startup.
Support for Android5.0(Lollipop).
Fixed an issue that does not switch the toggle button when you stop the capture.
Fixed an issue that the file list is not updated when you stop the capture.
Speeding up of capturing.
Fixed an issue for Android 4.4(kitkat) .
Relase tPacketCapture Pro.
Fixed an issue that pcap file not found when transfer the file to your PC.
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