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testing anbox on debian unstable (kali/parrot)

#install anbox

 sudo apt-get install anbox


#install kernel modules

sudo modprobe binder_linux
sudo modprobe ashmem_linux

 

#download android image 

use wget or browser to download

https://builds.garudalinux.org/repos/chaotic-aur/x86_64/anbox-image-gapps-magisk-2018.07.19-17-x86_64.pkg.tar.zst


https://builds.garudalinux.org/repos/chaotic-aur/x86_64/anbox-image-houdini-rooted-2018.07.19-5-x86_64.pkg.tar.zst    

 

extract file using xarchiver or ark

 sudo mv android.img /var/lib/anbox/android.img

 

#to use official image without houdini&play store 

sudo wget -O /var/lib/anbox/android.img https://build.anbox.io/android-images/2017/07/13/android_3_amd64.img

check https://build.anbox.io/android-images/ to  see if new images are available

 

#installing playstore on official image

$wget https://github.com/Arucard1983/Anbox-playstore-installer/raw/debian/install-playstore.sh
$ chmod +x install-playstore.sh
$ sudo apt install lzip curl
$ sudo ./install-playstore.sh
sudo install-playstore.sh --clean     
will remove Anbox-work directory created using this  cmd

 

sudo systemctl start anbox-container-manager.service


 start anbox from app launcher