Monthly Archives: January 2013
Step 1: open a terminal, create a new download folder or use your already existing.
Step 2: install an OpenSSL dependency of aircrack-ng.
sudo apt-get install libssl-dev
If you won’t do that you will run into this error later:
fatal error: openssl/hmac.h: No such file or directory
Step 3: install SubVersion
sudo apt-get install subversion
Step 4: download the aircrack sourcecode
Step 5: Change directory to aircrack-ng
Step 6: pray that you get no errors and type
Step 7: install
sudo make install
Step 8: Done
Normally if you connect your android device to your mac you should be able to see it either in “Eclipse Device Chooser” or under the terminal command “adb devices“. But if you see this evil message below on your screen, you won’t see your Nexus 4. Right ?
Ok don’t worry. The solution is that easy. So the problem is that EasyTether pops up and blocks any other program that is willing to talk to the device. Sneaky EasyTether.
1. Open a Terminal
2. Enter this command: sudo kextunload /System/Library/Extensions/EasyTetherUSBEthernet.kext
3. Enter you password (because sudo needs SuperUser authentification)
4. Try it out with “adb devices” – it should work now.
5. If not try “adb kill-server” and after that “adb start-server”