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Someone know if exist a TCPView (windows application) similar app for Android? Googling I've found only the use of tcpdump but it's not easy and immediately readable.

Thank for any suggest

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Ok for -1, ok for no comment, but at least tell me if the Q isn't clear or not constructive will be helpfulll for me. No one needs to know what process is connecting and where it connects? – Christian Sep 15 '12 at 20:09

I use TrevE.apk. It's not a TCPView replacement. but it has a number of network monitoring tools. I'm suggesting it because it keeps getting better. I started with v6, and now I use v14.

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How this app can help me? Coul you please add in your answer the link to download on Play Store? Thank you – Christian Aug 19 '15 at 15:55
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I've not found any app. But using a terminal emulator on a rooted phone with busybox I can use:

netstat -p ( or any other command's argument needed).

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