Bringing Kali Linux with you on your adventures is not anything new. Root your phone , install Kali , connect your wireless adapter via your otg cable and voila! But sometimes rooting your phone is out of the question , and , depending on your phone , if it's older you may not have access to all of the tools in Kali. And not all times is a Laptop a good idea.

Jan 29, 2015 Using Nexus 7 as monitor for raspberry pi? : raspberry_pi VNC works. If you're talking about hooking up the actual screen to the pi, that's a little out of scope for a self-identified noob. EDIT: This teardown shows that the Nexus 7 uses a Hydis HV070WX2 LCD display with the Corning glass fused to the screen. You likely will not be able to patch the Pi into the screen without tearing down the Nexus for the part. Using NooElec NESDR SMArt on a Raspberry Pi | TINJAW Sep 17, 2017

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Using the Raspberry Pi from a Google Nexus 7 | MakerSpace

Using the Raspberry Pi from a Google Nexus 7 Posted on October 15, 2012 by Alistair At last week’s Makers Monday in Maker Space Jon was trying to configure his Raspberry Pi using an Android phone across the network. It was just about working but it was not exactly smooth. I also used the below vnc app to log into the pi on my Nexus 7 and was able to view and control the pi desktop as if it were loaded up on the Nexus. A lot easier than trying to hack the tablet into a screen and you obviously keep the original functionality of the tablet itself. Use USB network tethering, possibly after installing a different build of Android which supports this (your Nexus was Operate the tablet in USB Accessory mode, using software on the pi to be the host (rather than the original idea of Enable USB debugging on the tablet and use an ADB port Connect the Nexus and Pi to the same network, set a static IP for the Pi (so its easier to find), install a VNC server on the Pi, install a VNC client on your Nexus. Initiate connection from Nexus. If you just need terminal access, an SSH server should come standard on Raspbian. Download an SSH client for your Nexus and you should be good-to-go. Raspberry Pi 4 launches with BCM2711 quad-core Cortex-A72 64-bit SoC running at 1.5GHz with dual 4K display capability Development of a new product – RasPiO Breadboard Pi Bridge (BBPi) Making a fairly simple bike dashcam with Raspberry Pi – “Live project blog” pt5 Road Testing Nexus 7 screen for pi So I was doing some tinkering and took apart my old nexus 7 I hardly used and was thinking, what if I could take apart the screen and use it with my pi? Is there any lovely people out there that know how I could make that happen? Mar 25, 2014 · configured my Nexus 7 tablet as a monitor for the Raspberry Pi While I could write entire books about any of these experiences, I’ll be talking about the last one. I’m constantly on the go with my Raspberry Pi (I take it to work every day) and one of the most challenging parts of working on the machine is getting an SSH connection to it.