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I'm trying to find which ports are being used by a given process ID (PID) on a non-rooted GoogleTV (Honeycomb 3.2) device.

Unfortunately, since this is a non-rooted device all the usual tricks don't work:

  • netstat -nap
  • lsof
  • accessing /proc/pid/fd
  • Android SDK
  • /proc/net/tcp gives port and UID to be matched in ps, though,the same UID appears more than once and I can't get a real match.

Is there any way to solve this?

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closed as too localized by Bryan Denny Dec 19 '12 at 16:06

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