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It's simple. In the terminal, or in adb shell, issue the command settings put global captive_portal_detection_enabled 0 and reboot. It should be disabled. More info: Android : How to remove “captive portal” detection on android 4.2.2 and 4.3 It also works in 5.
I thing this will work: In /init.rc add service ethernet /eth0.sh and create /eth0.sh #!/system/bin/sh netcfg eth0 up 192.168.0.2 Still got problems chainging the ramdisk but that should work. See http://elinux.org/Android_Networking I was not able to change the ramdisk so I made a simple app the does run the netcfg command after boot and after ...
It should be fully supported since Lollipop, except for DHCPv6 - see the thread Matthew referred to
If you're using mobile data connection, you don't have to worry because you should not be able to open ports (at least I am not). If you are connected to wi-fi, you can open ports. Then you just need a computer which is connected to same network and install nmap on it and do a port scan but first you have to find out your phones local ip (not by going to ...
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