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I want to make a simple packet sniffer program on android does not have to be fancy... if someone can link me to a tutorial or show me a sample code that I can build upon I will be grateful

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No offence, but lol.
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[quote name='Kami-' timestamp='1358970542' post='595473894']
No offence, but lol.
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none taken but?? lol I just want to practice and learn this kind of stuff

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Android is typically programmed in Java language.

You will want the software developers kit
[url="http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html"]http://developer.and.../sdk/index.html[/url]

I know a lot about programming, but lack real programming skills, best I can do is point you in the right direction.

Some books that may benefit you such as - [url="http://www.amazon.com/Head-First-Java-Kathy-Sierra/dp/0596009208"]http://www.amazon.co...a/dp/0596009208[/url]
From there you learn how to use java programming for android.

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[quote name='Jason Stillion' timestamp='1359062162' post='595477064']
Android is typically programmed in Java language.

You will want the software developers kit
[url="http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html"]http://developer.and.../sdk/index.html[/url]

I know a lot about programming, but lack real programming skills, best I can do is point you in the right direction.

Some books that may benefit you such as - [url="http://www.amazon.com/Head-First-Java-Kathy-Sierra/dp/0596009208"]http://www.amazon.co...a/dp/0596009208[/url]
From there you learn how to use java programming for android.
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Thank you for your input, I actually am already programming in android lol but I am trying to skip ahead a bit (well alot) as I have about 6 months to learn how to make a packet sniffer and then handle the packets and add extra functionality ontop of that ... I need to make a java version or aireplay-ng for example... going to be a long road and I dont want to cheat but I will study other peoples code and then build my own from it..
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good we need more network tools.

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I've got a proposal for you. Build a pcap reader instead. Shark makes a good packet sniffer, but Shark Reader is absolutely worthless for viewing those files. I end up pulling the logs off my phone and using Wireshark on my computer.

[b]Edit:[/b] Sounds like you HAVE to make a sniffer? For school or work or something? Well, either way, make me a pcap reader too. :laugh:

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[quote name='remixedcat' timestamp='1360672493' post='595516850']
good we need more network tools.
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We really don't, there's a tool for pretty much every little thing you need already available ;)

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point me to a stress tester then.

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[quote name='remixedcat' timestamp='1360760779' post='595519036']
point me to a stress tester then.
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For use on which platform?
For stress testing what?
Do you need a GUI / Command Line / etc?

That's like saying I'm making a specific flavour pie, now hand me the fruit I need. (well, which fruit do you need...)

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stress tester.android.wlan.client to server or straight client.

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