step 1: Install GNUroot and ( Join Facebook Group for more Tricks) from Play Store.
Step 2: Select the helper app of a Linux distro
By default, GNURoot offers different ARM-based Linux distros: (Debian) Wheezy, Fedora, Aboriginal (a lightweight BusyBox variant) and Gentoo. Select any one of these and tap “Create New Rootfs” to download the needed files.
Step 3: Select the Linux distro and launch
After the download is finished, select that distro from the second drop down option. After ticking the “Launch as Fake Root” box to get the apt-get and other root commands, tap “Launch Rootfs” to install and use Linux on Android phone.
Step 4: It’s ready to use
Afte the installation, you are ready to use Linux on Android phone. Now you should be able to install any package from your distro’s repo using the relevant package manager by apt-get for Wheezy or yum for Fedora.
You can create extra terminal windows by tapping on the ‘+’ button at the top and switch using the top-left drop-down menu.
To access the menu options for various settings, you can tap on the top-right icon and other options.
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