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I have written a small app to sniff packets. It uses the JPCAP lib. It functions properly, however, I am having trouble porting it to my android emulator. Has anyone tried using JPCAP with android?

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asked 03 Feb '11, 07:04

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No....but I'm really interested in your success!

(03 Feb '11, 10:08) GeonJay

If I figure it out I'll post it. It could just be the emulator does not have network interfaces and therefore blows-up. I am getting a htc incredible soon to experiment on.

(03 Feb '11, 10:17) Forrest

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I was trying to make a simple packet sniffer application in Android using Jpcap. I have added the jpcap.jar in my project. i.e. Java Build Path --> Libraries --> Add External Jars :

But still am not able to run my application. its getting this following error and get killed.

java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: Couldn't load jpcap: findLibrary returned null.

Can anyone help me to resolve this issue:

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answered 27 May '11, 03:32

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Don't hijack someone else's question to ask one of your own.

(27 May '11, 06:49) cmaynard ♦♦
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