Initially, Liberator was designed as a program for Windows, macOS, and Linux operating systems, making it possible to use only on computers. But the members of our community are so advanced and cool that they found a way to install it on smartphones.
Therefore, everyone who asked about Liberator’s mobile version knows that it will not be released separately, but there is an opportunity to install the software on Android.
The installation works for devices with or without cell service. This includes Wifi and tethering.
How to install Liberator to devices that use Android? Follow the instruction below.
The instruction was given by DarkSyde.
1. Download Andronix from the Play Store and install it.
2. Open Andronix, go to the settings, and select the ‘Run termux setup’ button at the bottom.
3. Under the F-droid Installation select the ‘Yes’ button.
4. Follow install instructions until the installation is complete. Then go to the start page of Andronix and pick KaliNetHunter (dragonhead icon).
5. Select ‘PROCEED’ (orange button).
6. -Select the Action- select ‘Install’ (it is green).
7. -GUI selection- select ‘CLI only’ button (it is green).
8. -Termux execution- select ‘Open Termux’
9. Once Termux is opened, enter these:
pkg update && upgrade (this will take a while).
9.1 If you are having trouble updating and upgrading the Termux repository, enter this:
Select ‘All mirrors’, then select ‘Ok’
this will auto-update and upgrade the Termux repository. Then enter pkg update && upgrade
10. Once the upgrading is complete, paste the command that you copied from Andronix and it will set up kaliNetHunter (this operation will take time).
11. Once the operation is complete, enter ls and then enter ./start-kali.sh
12. This will appear [email protected]host:~#.
Enter ~#apt-get full-upgrade and wait for it to finish.
13. Enter apt update and wait for it to finish again.
14. Enter apt upgrade and wait till it is finished. Then enter y (that means you want to continue).
15. Enter apt install proxychains4 (this is the proxy script).
16. Now enter cd / (this will put you in the root file system).
17. Enter nano etc/proxychains4.conf (this allows you to set a proxy route).
18. Make sure ‘strick chain‘ is selected, go to the bottom of the page, and follow the pattern (protocol>IPv4>port) of your proxies.
19. Enter any proxy you prefer.
20. Type ctrl+x (this starts the exit)
21. “Save…….” Enter y (that means you want to continue).
22. Enter file name to write (example: etc/proxychains0.conf)
23. Enter mkdir dlc to create a directory for the Liberator app.
24. Enter apt install wget to download the correct Liberator app.
25. Enter cd dlc/
26. Enter wget https://github.com/disbalancer-project/main/releases/download/0.2.3/disbalancer-go-client-linux-arm-7
27. Enter chmod +x ./disbalancer-go-client-linux-arm-7
28. Enter proxychains4 -f proxychain0.conf disbalancer-go-client-linux-arm-7
👏 Amazing, you did it! Now you have another device that fights for Ukraine in the cyber war.
Known problems Samsung Tablet might have issues with kaliNH. Ubuntu works as an alternative to kaliNH. You can use Ubuntu instead but be sure you have installed Nano.
Step-by-step video instruction is also available for watching on our YouTube channel.
🇺🇦 The instruction is also available in Ukrainian.