In this guide we will talk about the Userland app, which allows us to use Kali Linux on Android for free.

With a few steps we will turn our Android phone into a hidden hacking device capable of running tools like Nmap, Nikto and Netcat without the device rooting.

Use Kali Linux on Android

The first thing to do is download and install the app, so let’s go to the Play Store and download “Userland”.

Start Userland and register.

When the process is complete we will have a number of options to use, in our case we will use Kali Linux.

Userland will download the necessary executables and scripts from its github repository.

Once the installation is complete, go to tab “sessions” and select the operating system you want to run, in our case Kali.

Enter our password (chosen during the activation).

OK here we are, at this point we have Kali terminal, we have to upgrade the operating system first by entering the following command:

sudo apt-get update && apt-get dist-upgrade
How to Hack with Kali Linux on Android

Install all packages

We install all the necessary packages with a single command:

apt-get update && apt-get install net-tools netcat neofetch gnupg curl wget git nano screen

As you’ve seen hacking with Kali Linux on Android is much simpler than you think. As always happy fun and to the next article.

N.B.: I do not assume any responsibility for the use you make of the guide, as it is written for didactic and formative use.

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