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    Unable to find Terminal application for NetHunter

    I've been looking everywhere but i cannot find the terminal that is supposed to work with NetHunter.
    If anyone can tell me how to get it, that would be fantastic, thank you.

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    Every terminal emulator would do, but I personally use Termux which works perfectly fine.

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    thanks for the suggestion but it still doesn't seem to work with the chroot manager on my device

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    OK I installed it but nethunter still tells me I need to install a terminal? What have I done wrong?

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    Same problem on my 6p.
    Got two terminals but nh app can't detect any.

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    Install Chroot !!!
    go to Net hunter menu and install Chroot
    and then you will be able to find Terminal
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    Already have chroot full version. No error during install apart from can't find terminal error.

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    Just get into terminal and write "bootkali".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phreya View Post
    Just get into terminal and write "bootkali".
    Command not found.
    Plus system folder in chroot is empty.
    Busybox is in system xbin

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    Write down "su", then give the terminal root priveleges. Then write "bootkali' once again. If it still says command not found, you don't have chroot. Flash over chroot from here:

    Code:
    https://idlekernel.com/nethunter/nightly/3.0.5-20160224-0204/chroot-full/

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