Droid Vnc Server Beta Apk
This is difficult code to write, for sure. Full Linux has become somewhat hardware agnostic while Android has to cope with enormous differences from device to device including proprietary drivers. GPlay's star system is flawed. Either this app works for your device or it does not. Alas I am giving good software (that worked on an old device) the wrong rating no matter what I do.
Do not Work... it mount the server in a IP address that is not the static ip of my wi-fi connection... and also in a wrong port... the app have a option to set the rigth port... but do not have a option for set the rigth IP... so is nothing i can do about it... Have a Help Option in te menu... but the programer don take the job of write any help inside theare... so it do not said anything useful inside theare... bad... bad... bad...
Very useful app: at last I can use my Android phone with a proper Model M keyboard, as it was meant to be :) Works great on my HTC Desire HD (ace) with CyanogenMod 7.1. (use "Settings / Language & Keyboard / Built-in Keyboard" to disable autocorrection on the VNC keyboard to avoid unwanted interference while typing.)
Does everything you want if u just ant to control your phone frm your comp. Installed wifi keyboard so that when typing the android one doesnt pop up so more screen space. You dont need it. This apps lets you type directly though. But gives you screen area. As mentioned :End Key = Power button Delete Key = Back button Home key = Home button Pg Up Key = Menu button Pg Dn Key = Dialer button ALSO right click is back.
Rooted CyanogenOS 13.0 (android 6.0.1). After granting root priveleges and hitting "Start", all i get is a message stating "Could not start server :(". More information (well - ANY information) would be useful. I also have no idea why there is an option for "Execute server as root" without an explanation. Either way, it doesn't work and there is no way to fault-find it.
Tried this app on a Galaxy Nexus running Jelly Bean 4.2. The App would run, and I could connect from the VNC client, however, nothing was displayed in the client. The client windows remained blank. When I tried the stop the VNC server, the app seemed to hang, so I had to 'force quit', after this the phone performance was greatly reduced, requiring a reboot to restore proper phone functionality.
Works like a charm! I tried to use a browser (Firefox) as a viewer which did not work for me ("device refused connection") but using my standard vnc viewer (TightVNC) solved the connection problem. The device tested is running CyanogenMod Android 4.3.1 "Jelly Bean". Tests with other Android versions will follow. Thanks for a great job!
I was using another VNC server app but found the phone was very laggy when there was a connection (Note 2). This app works fine for a connection and the speed of the phone does not reduce, but I have no keyboard control at all. I have tried end, home and other buttons but once i'm connected there is very little I can do without going back or home, but this seems to be across the board for any VNC server app I have tried. Perhaps it's because more expensive phones have capacitive keys instead of on-screen buttons for home and back? It'll be 5 stars if this compatibility is addressed, but otherwise the app is fairly flawless.
My phone's ROOTED. But still can't start server. I use VNC Viewer on my pc. And no solution found in the "how-to" page, since it tells the steps like nothing can go wrong. And the tutorial video is "private".
The VNC server works great. But with following bug it is almost unusable. 1. It disable software keyboard completely, even after stopping the server. My device is a 4.0.4 generic device which has no option to disable "physical keyboard" so I have no workaround. 2. remote key input would be buffered and not displaying on host device until a mouse event. By combination of bug 1 and 2.. no typing could be made easily on the device.
After start the server the touch keyboard services stop working. So you need to restar the phone in order to use touch keyboard again. It connects but shows color lines instead of the screen, tried changing screen method but non worked. I think its abandoned project, since the last update was on 2012.
I used this regularly on a Galaxy Nexus running Android 4.2. Occasionally the server would crash, but not a big deal so I give it 4 star. It is not currently working on my Nexus 5 with Android 4.4. Really hope it's updated to work on the newer devices/OS.
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TigerVNC is a high-performance, platform-neutral implementation of VNC (Virtual Network Computing), a client/server application that allows users to launch and interact with graphical applications on remote machines. TigerVNC provides the levels of performance necessary to run 3D and video applications, and it attempts to maintain a common look and feel and re-use components, where possible, across the various platforms that it supports. TigerVNC also provides extensions for advanced authentication methods and TLS encryption.
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At this stage, Linux Deploy has started a VNC and SSH server inside your chrooted Kali image. You can connect to the Kali session remotely using the IP address assigned to your Android device (in my case, 10.0.0.10).
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There are more than 2 billion Android devices active each month, any of which can be hacked with the use of a remote administration tool, more commonly known as a RAT. AhMyth, one of these powerful tools, can help outsiders monitor a device's location, see SMS messages, take camera snapshots, and even record with the microphone without the user knowing.
AhMyth is a new, up-and-coming, open-source Android RAT, currently in the beta stages of development, which uses a simple GUI interface. While Android RATs aren't a new thing, what makes this one stand out from the crowd is the simple and easy-to-understand graphical user interface. Additionally, AhMyth is multi-platform, available on Linux, Windows, and macOS.
The RAT consists of two parts. The first is a server-side application based on Electron framework, in our case, just our desktop or laptop, but this could be scaled up to some degree if needed. This acts as a control panel which we use to create and connect to the RAT. The second part is client side, which is the infected Android application we'll use as a backdoor.
This program is still in beta development, and as such, it isn't as robust as it could be. Some users have gotten errors when attempting to start it. If you do, try again running it as root, as seen below. 2b1af7f3a8