WiFI Hacker App for Android
Here in this post we are going to go through the basic functions of a new Android WiFi password hacker App that really works. In fact it is one of the best WiFi hacker Apps available for your Android phone or tablet because it works on such a wide range of routers. And additionally you don’t need to Root your phone to use it, it will work perfectly on un-rooted Android phones and any other device which uses the Android operating system.
So why do we claim this is the best WiFi hacker Android App?
It is because of the huge number of WiFi routers that are supported by the App, no other App available, either in the Play Store or as an .apk download can crack WiFi passwords like this App!
Regardless of where you are using the App, be it in the USA, Europe, India, China, Asia or Africa this WiFi hacker App can break the WiFi password to any router!
You are probably wanting to know which routers are supported by that App, in other words which routers it can hack the WiFi password. Below is a selection of just the routers which are known to be supported!
This is not the entire number of routers which are supported, it will work on many, many more!!
1. All Thomson based WiFi routers (Include Thomson, Speed Touch, Orange (UK), Infinitum (Europe), BBox, DMax, BigPond, O2Wireless (UK), Otenet, Cyta (Greece) , TN_private, Blink )
3. Verizon FiOS
4. Alice AGPF
5. Pirelli Discus
7. Ono ( P1XXXXXX0000X )
8. WlanXXXXXX, YacomXXXXXX and WifiXXXXXX
9. Sky V1 routers
10. Clubinternet.box v1 and v2 ( TECOM-AH4XXXX )
13. FASTWEB Pirelli and Telsey
14. Huawei (Some Infinitum XXXX)
15. Wlan_XXXX or Jazztel_XXXX
16. Wlan_XX ( Only some are supported)
18. Axtel, Axtel-xtremo
20. OTE (Greece)
21. Cabovisao Sagem
22. Alice in Germany (new)
23. Speedport (new)
25. EasyBox, Arcor and Vodafone
26. PBS (Austria)
This list is not exhaustive as there will be many more WiFi routers and ISPs (Internet Service Providers) it will work on, this is because lots of ISPs use Thomson routers and then simply re-brand the WiFi router with their logo.
So now you know how successful this Android WiFi password hacker App is at cracking passwords let us show you how to use it.
There is a quick setup and then you will be ready to go!
After you have downloaded and installed it, click on the settings button highlighted by the red circle in the picture.
You will be taken to the settings page for the App where you will have to download the ‘dictionary’ file, this is simply a text file containing all the default passwords.
Think of it like a combination padlock, if you know manufacture Secure Locks padlocks all come with a default unlock code of 1234 then you will be able to unlock any Secure Locks padlock you see, as long as the owner has not changed the default code.
This is how this App works, it uses the dictionary file which stores hundreds of thousands of default WiFi passwords to Thomson based routers and other popular brands of routers, and as most people don’t know how to change the default password or just don’t bother it has a very high success rate of finding the WiFi password.
Go to Settings> Download Dictionary
After you have downloaded the dictionary file it should automatically be stored on the SD card, if your device does not have a SD card then it will be saved on the phone’s internal memory.
Once you have downloaded the file, either through the App or from one of the two extra sources we have provided below you will just need to locate it on your device by tapping on the ‘Select Dictionary’ (See picture), the file name will usually end in .dic, just press on the file you want to use.
If you have difficulty downloading the dictionary file through the App, which is about 66MB, which sometimes happens if the developers servers are under high usage you can download one of the dictionaries from the links below.
Extra WiFi password Dictionary files – 28MB Dictionary & 62MB Dictionary
The setup for the App is now complete and you can return to the main/home screen.
It has an auto scan which will show all the WiFi networks in range but you may want to tap the refresh button to force a rescan, especially if you have moved to a new or better location.
You will be presented with all of the WiFi networks in range of your device and they will be color coded to show you which ones can be hacked.
- Green/Supported – These WiFi networks can be hacked.
- Orange/Unlikely Supported – The App might be able to hack these networks.
- Red/Unsupported – These networks cannot be hacked.
Obviously the networks highlighted in Green, the supported networks, are the ones that you want to test as these are the WiFi networks that the App will be able to crack.
Just tap on one of the Green/Supported networks and you will be presented with the password as you can seen in the picture below!
After you are shown the password to the WiFi network, you can either tap on it and the App will automatically use it to connect to the network or you can copy the password to your device’s pasteboard and then send it to a friend via messenger or email, or to yourself to use it on another device.
So to conclude, if you have been searching for a WiFi hacker App that actually works then this is probably the best one you can try, it is certainly the best one we have found, and we have tested A LOT of Apps!
Once you have completed the initial setup downloading and installing the dictionary file/s the App is quick and easy to use, as with most free Apps there are a few occasional adverts but nothing too intrusive and no push notifications.
So hit the download button below and grab this excellent WiFi Hacker App from the Play Store today!