How to Hack Wi Fi Using Android
Method 1 for Hacking WPA2 WPS Routers
Root a compatible device.
(check previous post for how to root an android)
Not every Android phone or tablet will be able to crack a WPS PIN. The device must have a Broadcom bcm4329 or bcm4330
wireless chipset, and must be rooted. The Cyanogen ROM will provide the best chance of success. Some of the known supported devices include:
Nexus 7
Galaxy S1/S2/S3
Nexus One
Desire HD
Download and install bcmon .
This tool enables Monitor Mode on your Broadcom chipset, which is essential for being able to crack the PIN. The bcmon APK file is available for free from the bcmon page on the Google Code website.
To install an APK file, you will need to allow installation from unknown sources in your Security menu.
Step 2 of this article goes into more detail.
Run bcmon . After
installing the APK file,
run the app.
If prompted, install the firmware and tools. Tap the “Enable Monitor Mode” option. If the app crashes, open it and try again. If it fails for a third time, your device is most likely not supported.
Your device must be rooted in order to run bcmon.
Download and install Reaver .
Reaver is a program developed to
crack the WPS PIN in order to retrieve the
WPA2 passphrase. The Reaver APK can be
downloaded from the developers’ thread on the XDA-developers forums.
Launch Reaver . Tap the Reaver for Android icon in your App drawer.
After confirming that you are no using it for
illegal purposes, Reaver will scan for available access points. Tap the access point you want to crack to continue.
You may need to verify Monitor Mode
before proceeding. If this is the case, bcmon will open again.
Verify your settings. In most cases you can
leave the settings that appear at their default.
Make sure that the “Automatic advanced
settings” box is checked.
Start the cracking process.
Tap the “Start attack” button at the
bottom of the Reaver Settings menu. The
monitor will open and you will see the results of the ongoing crack displayed.
Cracking WPS can take anywhere from
2-10+ hours to complete, and it is
not always successful.
Method 2 for Hacking WEP Routers
Root a compatible device. Not every Android phone or tablet will be able to crack a WPS PIN. The device must have a Broadcom bcm4329 or bcm4330 wireless chipset, and must be rooted. The Cyanogen ROM will provide the best chance of success.
Some of the known supported devices include:
Nexus 7
Galaxy S1/S2/S3/S4/S5
Galaxy y
Nexus One
Desire HD
Micromax A67
Download and install
bcmon .
This tool enables Monitor Mode
on your Broadcom chipset, which is essential for being able to crack the PIN. The bcmon APK file is available for free from the bcmon page on the Google Code website.
To install an APK file, you will need to
allow installation from unknown
sources in your Security menu.
Step 2 of this article goes into more detail.
Run bcmon . After installing the APK file,
run the app. If prompted, install the
firmware and tools. Tap the “Enable Monitor Mode” option. If the app crashes, open it and try again. If it fails for a third time, your device is most likely not supported.
Your device must be rooted in order to
run bcmon. (check previous post for how to root an android)
Tap “Run bcmon terminal” . This will
launch a terminal similar to most Linux terminals.Type airodump-ng and tap
the Enter button. AIrdump will load, and
you will be taken to the command prompt again. Type airodump-ng wlan0 and tap the Enter button.
Note the MAC address that appears . This is the MAC address for the router. Make sure that you have the right one if there are
multiple routers listed.
note this MAC address down.
Also note the Channel that the
access point is broadcasting on.
Start scanning the channel. You will need
to collect information from the access point for several hours before you can attempt to crack the password.
Type airodump-ng -c
channel# –bssid MAC
address -w output
ath0 and tap Enter.
Airodump will begin scanning. You can leave the d evice for a while as it scans for
information. Be sure to plug it in if you are
running low on battery.
Keep scanning until you reach at least
20,000-30,000 packets.
Crack the password.
Once you have a suitable number of
packets, you can start attempting to crack the password . Return to the terminal and type aircrack-ng output*.cap and tap
Enter.
Note the hexadecimal password when
finished. After the cracking process is complete (which could take several hours), the message KEY FOUND! will appear, followed by the key in hexadecimal form. Make sure that “Probability” is 100% or the key will not work.
When you enter the key, enter it without
the “:”. For example, if the key was
12:34:56:78:90,you would enter
1234567890 .
Method 3 Using Osmino Wi-Fi
Open Google Play.
Osmino can be downloaded for free from the Play Store.
This app will scan the available access points and let you connect to ones that have had their passwords shared. This app doesn’t do any hacking, but you can benefit from passwords that have been hacked by someone else. See this guide for more detailed instructions for installing apps. Search “Osmino Free Wi-Fi” and install the first search result.
Find out all the available networks in your location. This application will track down all the nearby Wi-Fi hotspots, and will
also tell you whether or not you can connect with that network.
Select a Wi-Fi network .
You will see that some Wi-Fi Networks are displayed with either green or red icons.
Select one whose icon is green. The one which is shown in green will be either the “Free Open Network” or the one which password has been made available to them. The developer has created a community through which users can provide passwords to each other.
Be wary joining password-protected networks without permission, as this
can be illegal.

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