Computer-Aided Control System Design (CACSD) Tools for GNU Octave, based on the proven SLICOT library.
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Dependencies (you must have them installed prior to install this app):
1. ROOT. Yes, this app needs a rooted device.
2. BusyBox - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=stericson.busybox
3. Android Terminal Emulator - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=jackpal.androidterm
4. Radare2 for Android - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.radare.installer
Ever wanted to look at the smali code of a suspicious apk, solve a crackme, or disassemble something directly on your phone or tablet? Wait no more! Radare2 for Android is the reverser's swiss army knife at the palm of your hand!
Radare2 for Android is available on arm, mips and x86 architectures. You can choose to install the latest stable version or the nightly build from the development branch.
On rooted phones you can also automatically symlink radare binaries to xbin so it will be available in the default system PATH.
Check menu->settings for other options like automatic updates and external storage install.
Radare2 for Android comes in two flavors: radare2 web & radare2 console
[✔] Radare2 web uses a local webserver on your phone and launches a webview to help you work with your binary file from your phone's browser, you can also enable 'public http server' in the settings menu to analyze the file on your phone from your desktop computer via wifi. Click on the radare2 logo to access the help & example commands.
[✔] Radare2 console launches radare2 in Android Terminal Emulator, ready to analyze the file using the radare2 prompt. Type '?' for a quick list of available commands. Please note that if you want to use Radare2 console, Android Terminal Emulator must be installed on your phone *before* installing Radare2 for Android. We also recommend installing Hackers Keyboard to have the best command line experience.
Happy reversing! :D
 Android Terminal Emulator:
 Hackers Keyboard:
Technically it changes ro.secure=0 and ro.debuggable=1, and patches adb to continue to run as root and restarts it.
Changes are lost on reboot, if you want to make them permanent you can do it through the settings menu.
A simple /etc/hosts editor which will let you add entries to the hosts file from your phone: it only lets you add new entries, not edit, remove or modify.
Could be handy in some situations, for example:
- override public DNS response when you are accessing an internal server with public IP address behind a NAT
- re-add your custom hosts entries after you have updated the hosts file with other programs like AdFree
Needs root and unlocked NAND access to mount /system in rw mode, otherwise it won't work.
This app will set an static ARP entry on the gateway's MAC address every time you connect to a WIFI network, this is useful to protect your Android device against arp poisoning techniques used in MiTM (man in the middle) attacks.
This application is Open Source, if you want to get it for free just get the source and compile it yourself:
NOTE: This application needs root access, do not purchase if your android device is not rooted.