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    Nexus7 (2013) NetHunter install fail

    I am following install procedure from: https://github.com/offensive-security/nethunter-LRT
    I have tried with stockImage 6.0.1 (MMB29O) and 5.1.1 (LMY47V), NetHunter 3.0 Marshmallow and "BETA-SuperSU-v2.66-20160103015024.zip"

    I followed the HowTo... First I had to remove "-p" from "twrpFlash.sh" (as seen in forum thread) that was causing zip file not copy to device.
    Then each time last install script gives error from that line: "E:Unable to mount '/data'"

    ./twrpFlash.sh
    NETHUNTER LINUX FLASH (TWRP, SuperSU and Kali Nethunter)

    CHECKING PRE-REQUISITES

    Checking if adb is installed
    adb FOUND
    Checking if adb is installed DONE

    Checking if fastboot is installed
    fastboot FOUND
    Checking if fastboot is installed DONE

    Adb connection check
    ADB device detected.
    Adb connection check DONE

    Checking TWRP image existence
    Dir twrpImage/ has files
    Checking TWRP image existence DONE

    Checking SuperSu existence
    Dir superSu/ has files
    Checking SuperSu existence DONE

    Checking Kali Nethunter zip existence
    Dir kaliNethunter/ has files
    Checking Kali Nethunter zip existence DONE

    CHECKING PRE-REQUISITES DONE

    Sending Kali Nethunter zip to the device
    4648 KB/s (687443356 bytes in 144.414s)
    Sending Kali Nethunter zip to the device DONE

    Sending SuperSu zip to the device
    4298 KB/s (4272471 bytes in 0.970s)
    Sending SuperSu zip to the device DONE

    Rebooting into bootloader
    Rebooting into bootloader DONE

    Flashing TWRP image
    sending 'recovery' (8956 KB)...
    OKAY [ 0.287s]
    writing 'recovery'...
    OKAY [ 0.318s]
    finished. total time: 0.605s
    Flashing TWRP image DONE

    Booting into TWRP (20 secs dont worry)
    downloading 'boot.img'...
    OKAY [ 0.286s]
    booting...
    OKAY [ 0.029s]
    finished. total time: 0.315s
    Booting into TWRP DONE

    Installing SuperSU
    TWRP does not appear to be running. Waiting for TWRP to start . . .
    Press CTRL + C to quit.
    E:Unable to mount '/data'
    Unable to locate zip file '/sdcard/supersu.zip'.
    Installing '/sdcard/supersu.zip'...
    Checking for MD5 file...
    Skipping MD5 check: no MD5 file found
    E:Failed to sysMapFile '/sdcard/supersu.zip'
    E:Error installing zip file '/sdcard/supersu.zip'
    Done processing script file
    Installing SuperSU DONE!

    Installing Kali Linux Nethunter
    E:Unable to mount '/data'
    Unable to locate zip file '/sdcard/kaliNethunter.zip'.
    Installing '/sdcard/kaliNethunter.zip'...
    Checking for MD5 file...
    Skipping MD5 check: no MD5 file found
    E:Failed to sysMapFile '/sdcard/kaliNethunter.zip'
    E:Error installing zip file '/sdcard/kaliNethunter.zip'
    Done processing script file
    Installing Kali Linux Nethunter DONE!
    Rebooting into Kali Linux Nethunter
    Everything is installed. Phone should be booting up! Enjoy
    I cannot understand what is wrong?
    Is there something else to do?

    Thanks

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    I am trying to go into manual install with latest 6.0.1 (MMB29O)

    adb push superSu/supersu.zip /sdcard/supersu.zip
    adb push twrpImage/twrp-2.8.7.0-flo.img /sdcard/twrp-2.8.7.0-flo.img
    adb reboot bootloader
    fastboot boot twrpImage/twrp-2.8.7.0-flo.img
    From TWRP install interface, no pushed files are in /sdcard ?
    It shows 0 as available space??

    I push supersu.zip again (during TWRP running), but when trying to install it plenty /data errors occurs, and it fails.

    I am going to try same procedure on 6.0.1 (MMB29K) now

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    Lucky me

    Tried with 6.0.1 (MMB29K)

    Using TWRP interface install is failing:
    E:Unable to find partition size for '/boot'
    E:Unable to find partition size for '/system'
    ...
    E:Unable to mount storage
    But just after using adb install command line from my linux computer:
    $ adb shell "twrp install /sdcard/supersu.zip"

    E:Unable to mount '/data'
    Installing '/sdcard/supersu.zip'...
    Checking for MD5 file...
    Skipping MD5 check: no MD5 file found

    *****************
    SuperSU installer
    *****************
    - Mounting /system, /data and rootfs
    - Extracting files
    - System mode
    - Disabling OTA survival
    - Removing old files
    - Creating space
    - Placing files
    - Restoring files
    - Post-installation script
    - Unmounting /system
    - Done !
    Done processing script file
    It succeed with only E:Unable to mount '/data' error. It was
    So my Nexus is rooted now!? Continuing with NetHunter install

    $ adb shell "twrp install /sdcard/kaliNethunter.zip"

    E:Unable to mount '/data'
    Installing '/sdcard/kaliNethunter.zip'...
    Checking for MD5 file...
    Skipping MD5 check: no MD5 file found
    Starting AROMA INSTALLER version 3.00
    (c) 2013-2015 by amarullz.com
    YES! Going into install now
    I think 'twrp-2.8.7.0-flo' has a problem in accessing Nexus7 storage, but activating this Error through GUI makes it going good for next adb command runs.
    I think, I could use latest 6.0.1 (MMB29O). But I am so much excited using NetHunter now.

    NOOOO!! After install TWRP flashes its boot logo and dead droid appears
    Pressing Power/Vol down to power Off, my Nexus boots back on regular Android (no NetHunter)

    Finally I found a working TWRP here called MultiROM TWRP

    Now my storage is recognized
    Sending what I want to install:
    $ fastboot boot twrpImage/TWRP_multirom_flo_20150328.img
    $ adb push superSu/supersu.zip /sdcard/supersu.zip
    $ adb push kaliNethunter/kaliNethunter.zip /sdcard/kaliNethunter.zip
    Then using GUI to install both, all is good now
    Just do not install supersu proposed by TWRP before reboot.

    Hope my experience could help others

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    I managed to get Nethunter 3.0 installed on a Nexus 7 2013 WiFi Tablet was pretty easy to be honest what I did was downloaded the Nethunter 3.0 ZIP from the nethunter site placed the zip file on my nexus 7 2013 tablet then I went to wugfresh.com downloaded the nexus root toolkit installed the ran thru the setup of The Nexus Root Toolkit setup everything on it tested to make sure the drivers were installed I recommend Option 1 if you need to install the drivers to get the Nexus Root Toolkit to be able to root your tablet.

    Doing this you might lose your data so just a heads up on that now I had issues with the new Android 6.0.x so im using Android 5.1.1 build LMY48M for 2 reasons 1. I could not find Tethering on the new Android 6.0.x so I can't Tether my WiFi Pineapple NANO so I had to downgrade and 2. The version of The Nexus Root Toolkit I guess doesn't work with Android 6.0.x just yet

    I recommend you flash the Stock Android 5.1.1 build LMY48M if you wanna use Nethunter 3.0

    Now moving a long you will wanna flash as I said to 5.1.1 of Android use The Nexus Root Toolkit from wugfresh.com
    from their your gonna wanna boot into TWRP boot and install that ZIP file for Android if you guys wanna wait till after I wake up I can try releasing a video sadly I'll have to flash my tablet which means im gonna lose all my stuff again but im willing to help if you would like be to do a video it's possibly not the best way of doing it but the way I did it works fine for me.

    I recommend you do this on a Windows 7 PRO machine unless you know what your doing but I have got Nethunter 3.0 up and working however im having a problem with MITMf the autobeef feature is broken im right now trying to see if maybe their is a update from the repo or if im have to apt-get remove it and redownload it from github.

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    Quote Originally Posted by localhost View Post

    I recommend you flash the Stock Android 5.1.1 build LMY48M if you wanna use Nethunter 3.0
    I had previously flashed with 6.0.1 and Nethunter 3 but had problems with Nethunter not working correctly. After reading your post, I flashed 5.1.1 build LMY48M and now I'm stuck in a reboot loop.

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    I managed to get it working and documented my steps here: http://stevendcampbell.blogspot.com/...nter-3-on.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by zicmama View Post
    I am following install procedure from: https://github.com/offensive-security/nethunter-LRT
    I have tried with stockImage 6.0.1 (MMB29O) and 5.1.1 (LMY47V), NetHunter 3.0 Marshmallow and "BETA-SuperSU-v2.66-20160103015024.zip"

    I followed the HowTo... First I had to remove "-p" from "twrpFlash.sh" (as seen in forum thread) that was causing zip file not copy to device.
    Then each time last install script gives error from that line: "E:Unable to mount '/data'"



    I cannot understand what is wrong?
    Is there something else to do?

    Thanks
    Id suggest using the multirom twrp. I had similiar issues with mine till i used it.

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    Thank you localhost!
    Nexus 7 (2013) LTE version is also good?

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    I'm running unmodified latest TWRP and NH3 on my Nexus 7 2013... no issues there and it's also picking up my TL-WN722N
    I used NRT to flash stock MMB29O, wait till it boots up and set it up. Root and flash TWRP. reboot then flash zip from NRT in advanced utilies, no zip copying to tablet... I've had much success as it's the 3rd time i do it in about 24 hours...
    I keep messing it up trying to update pixiewps (kali comes with 1.1) and reaver (want to replace it with reaver t6x mod) and that's where i'm having the trouble

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    Quote Originally Posted by milestone View Post
    Thank you localhost!
    Nexus 7 (2013) LTE version is also good?
    Should be exactly the same thing as wifi version

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