[ROOT] Root Lava Etab Xtron | Root your Tablet

Lava  Xtron


Main Features: 7-inch IPS Multi-touch display | Android 4.1.1 OS | 1.5GHz Dual-core Cortex A9 processor, 1GB of RAM, Mali-400 GPU | 2MP Front camera | 8GB Internal Memory, expandable up to 32GB | USB, Wi-Fi, 3G | 3500 mAh battery.
Lava has complemented the Etab Xtron with a 7-inch with an IPS Multi-touch display which bears a display resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels. It runs on Android 4.1.1 (Jelly Bean) operating system. In order to make the tablet powerful, Lava has provided it with a 1.5GHz Dual-core Cortex A9 processor along with 1GB of RAM and a Mali-400 GPU.
The other features of the Etab Xtron includes a 2-megapixel front facing camera, an 8GB Internal Memory which may be further expanded up to 32GB via Micro SD Card.
On the connectivity front, the Etab Xtron includes USB, 3G and Wi-Fi as its features. It has been fueled with a 3500 mAh battery.

Make Repeater with any Router | Using Router in WDS mode

What is wireless distribution system (WDS)?
A wireless distribution system (WDS) is a method of interconnecting access points (AP) in a wireless local area network (WLAN) without requiring that they connect through a wired backbone.

The IEEE 802.11 standard defines a distribution system as the infrastructure used to connect access points. To establish a distributed WLAN, two or more access points are configured with the same service set identifier (SSID). Access points configured with the same SSID make up a single logical network within a single Layer 2 broadcast domain, which means that they must all be able to communicate. The distribution system is the method used to connect them so they can do that.

The most common use of a wireless distribution system is to bridge a WLAN spanning two buildings. The simplest WDS consists of two access points configured to forward messages to each other, working in conjunction with an antenna that enables line-of-sight communication.

In a wired distribution system, APs typically connect through an Ethernet switch.

The device I used is

First check on your manufacturer website If it have any Update for firmware .

logo of TPlinknetgear router WDS

 
          





dlink router wds




Go to system tools >Firmware Upgrade Then select the image (It must be in .bin format).



upgrade tplink router

Now Lets get on Go to >Network>Lan


Change the IP address to 192.168.1.10 or to anything from 192.168.1.1 to 192.168.1.100

IPadress tplink




Then Head to Wireless>Wireless Setting 

Click on the Enable WDS Bridging and this form will pop out after that click on survey button! (It will find all the APs near).

wds tplink



Wireless>Wireless Setting>Survey


You will see a list of Acess points ,Click connect to the your AP.Then you will back at wireless setting just put your password at and press save.

easy repeater wds mode



Then head to DHCP>DHCP Setting 

Press the disable button and you are done (DHCP allots IP address to all the devices in the LAN and the AP will do it so no need to bug  this router.) 

DHCP setting in wds

Press save and voila ! 



Note { #There are some old devices not compatible to WDS. 
           #If its under 10dB then take it closer.
           #There will be multiple restarts in this process
           #Ask all your queries on facebook or here !}

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Share Wifi Internet in Linux Ubuntu | Make a Infrastructure Wifi hotspot Ubuntu


As many of you know, most of our android (not only android) devices can't connect to ad hoc hotspots. There's a solution for win7/8 users to set up infrastructure hotspot on their laptop using software like connectify and so on. Ubuntu also allows to create wifi hotspot to share internet, but it will be ad hoc one.
So here's the guide how to set up infrastructure hotspot on Ubuntu. Unlike some other methods described on the internet, this one will not break default network manager.


Note - This need two wifi adapter in a device!                                                                                   
        
 I have a            
                                                                           
and inbuilt  Atheros AR9285.

1. First of all you should make sure, that your wifi adapter supports infrastructure hotspots. If you used connectify on your windows system and it worked, skip this step.

open terminal and type: sudo lshw | less

find -network section and make sure that driver is ath5k or ath9k, this solution will only work for those drivers, but should fit the needs for the most laptop users.




2. We now need to install 2 additional tools to make out hotspot, 1st one is hostapd(hotspot server), 2nd one is dnsmasq(dns dhcp server)

in terminal type: sudo apt-get install hostapd dnsmasq

3. stop those services if started already, and prevent them from starting on system start up.

in terminal type: 
sudo service hostapd stop
sudo service dnsmasq stop
sudo update-rc.d hostapd disable
sudo update-rc.d dnsmasq disable


4. Now we need to set up config files. 
in terminal type: sudo gedit /etc/dnsmasq.conf
or sudo kate /etc/dnsmasq.conf if you use kde

add those lines to the config file 
Code:
# Bind to only one interfacebind-interfaces# Choose interface for bindinginterface=wlan0# Specify range of IP addresses for DHCP leassesdhcp-range=192.168.150.2,192.168.150.10



5. hostapd config

in terminal type: sudo gedit /etc/hostapd.conf

and add those lines

Code:
# Define interface interface=wlan0# Select driver driver=nl80211# Set access point name ssid=Hacktheheck# Set access point harware mode to 802.11g hw_mode=g # Set WIFI channel (can be easily changed) channel=6# Enable WPA2 only (1 for WPA, 2 for WPA2, 3 for WPA + WPA2) wpa=2 wpa_passphrase=hacktheheck


You can change ssid name and password for anything you want here. Current config will create hotspot named Hacktheheck with hacktheheckpassword.

6. Now create anywhere you want a file named start.sh
edit it with any text editor like this:

Code:
#!/bin/bash # Start # Configure IP address for WLAN sudo ifconfig wlan0 192.168.150.1 # Start DHCP/DNS server sudo service dnsmasq restart
# Enable routing sudo sysctl net.ipv4.ip_forward=1
# Enable NAT sudo iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -o wlan1 -j MASQUERADE
# Run access point daemon sudo hostapd /etc/hostapd.conf
# Stop
# Disable NAT sudo iptables -D POSTROUTING -t nat -o wlan1 -j MASQUERADE
# Disable routing sudo sysctl net.ipv4.ip_forward=0
# Disable DHCP/DNS server
sudo service dnsmasq stop
sudo service hostapd stop
You will probably need to change wlan1  to wlan0 or Something else (or any other number which refers to your wired connection.

7. Last step. Now you can start your hotspot by starting our script. just run it using sudo sh
for me it looks like this sudo sh /home/viper/Desktop/start.sh because I have it on my desktop.



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Remotely Control Android Phone from PC [How To]



Here’s the detailed tutorial on to control an Android phone directly from PC. We just tried it with our Android mobile and it is working like charm. If you are an Android user, then you should try this app to control your smartphone with computer. You no need to root the device in order to use this application. Read the complete tutorial to know how to Control Android Phone from PC.

It can be achieved by installing Airdroid App which is available in Play Store for free of cost. Before knowing the complete procedure, let me give some brief introduction about Airdroid App.

It is a free app that gives access to connect wirelessly to control all the Android devices including tablets from the PC browser. It acts as a bridge between your mobile and PC. Using this great application you can send/receive messages, can manage all the installed apps, lets you to transfer files from PC to mobile, can access contacts, photos, videos etc. Try it now and we definitely bet that this interface takes you to the next level of user experience.

Control Android Phone from PC with AirDroid

To get started with download AirDroid App from the Play Store and its about 3.0MB in size. After installing it on your device, follow the instruction as given below.


#1 Launch AirDroid 2 beta, then tap on the "Sign in or Register" button. If you skipped by this screen by accident, you can tap on the user icon in the upper right-hand corner to bring up the login/registration screen.



 #2 It will show you some web address URL’s as http://web.airdroid.com or  http://192.168.xx.xx:8888 along with password code. 


Now open any web browser on your PC and enter any one URL as shown on the App Home screen.
Enter the Password to Login [Case Sensitive] 
 
 

Now you can access everything just from the desktop PC.
 
 
 

Do you have any questions to ask about Remotely Controlling Android Phone from PC? Just ping us back through the comment form below.


-ViPER


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