I am unable to view the PIDs or process names associated with network activity on my android device. I was wondering if there is another way to go about doing that, besides
netstat? Or if anyone might know what
netstat: '234/nvram_agent_binder' > 21 bytes means?
Below I have a copy/paste of the help message of my android device's version of netstat, followed by my attempt to run netstat with the
-p flag. This is being performed over adb with root access:
1|root@DEVICE:/proc/234 # netstat -h netstat -h usage: netstat [-pWrxwutneal] Display networking information. -r Display routing table. -a Display all sockets (Default: Connected). -l Display listening server sockets. -t Display TCP sockets. -u Display UDP sockets. -w Display Raw sockets. -x Display Unix sockets. -e Display other/more information. -n Don't resolve names. -W Wide Display. -p Display PID/Program name for sockets. netstat: Unknown option h
It doesn't like when I use
1|root@DEVICE:/proc/234 # netstat -tulpn netstat -tulpn netstat: '234/nvram_agent_binder' > 21 bytes 1|root@DEVICE:/proc/234 # 1|root@DEVICE:/proc/234 # netstat -p netstat -p netstat: '234/nvram_agent_binder' > 21 bytes
Other options appear to work fine:
1|root@DEVICE:/proc/234 # netstat -t netstat -t Active Internet connections (w/o servers) Proto Recv-Q Send-Q Local Address Foreign Address State tcp 0 0 ::ffff:192.168.1.x:33380 xxxxxxx.net:xxx ESTABLISHED root@DEVICE:/proc/234 #
Any help would be greatly appreciated!