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How to get and install Ipdrone on termux

You may sometimes want to know the location of someone by using your Android phone. I have to say that Termux has good tools that can help you with that, like Ipdrone, IPtracer.

Ipdrone is a simple Python script, that can be used for IP lookup and to get information on a particular target IP. This tool works on both rooted and non-rooted Android devices.

Supported devices

Ipdrone was tested on Termux. That means any Termux user can get and install Ipdrone. This tool works on rooted and non-rooted devices, you don’t need to root your device to install it.

Ipdrone installation requirements

To install tools on termux there are some requirements in order to get the tool.

  • Internet: to install Ipdrone you must have good internet in order to get the tool from GitHub
  • storage 400 MB: In order to get the tool you must have at least 400 MB of storage space
  • Python: for other reasons, you must install python to avoid errors during installation

Ipdrone features :

  • [+] Real live location!
  • [+] Updated maintenance!
  • [+] Ip lookup
  • [+] Easy for Beginners!

Installation process

Before we begin the installation, we must use the command to update and upgrade the termux packages.

pkg update && upgrade

After updating and upgrading, we can now install python and python2 by using the command:

pkg install python && python2 -y

To get the tool from GitHub we have to install git by using the command:

pkg install git -y

Also, we have to install lolcat using pip:

pip install lolcat

Next, we install requests, so that we can be able to install the python packages used in the project.

pip install requests

Then, we can get Ipdrone folder from GitHub by using the command:

git clone https://github.com/noob-hackers/ipdrone

This time we are going to navigate in ipdrone holder by using the command:

cd ipdrone

Then you can run the script using the command:

python ipdrone.py -v (your victim ip here)

For example:

python ipdrone.py -v

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