Qosium Probe can be installed on Android devices, such as smartphones and tablets. For Probe to be able to capture traffic, it needs to be run with administrative rights. Thus, typically this means that the device must be rooted. This article explains rooting and installation process of Qosium Probe for Android.
If you have a way to install Qosium Probe as a system service or you have administrative rights (root permissions) to the Android device, you can skip this part of the instruction.
The first step in Qosium installation is to acquire root permissions in Android device. The so called rooting is always device specific. Some manufacturers provide support for unlocking their devices, while others do not. In both cases, it is advisable to search reliable instructions and carefully follow them.
Qosium installer comes as an Android APK package. The installation follows the normal process that comes to the packages outside the Google Play store. There are a couple of different methods for performing the installation. The tested methods are using a specific APK Installer application (available at Google Play store) and by using
adb install command (adb is part of the Android SDK).
The following instructions make use of the APK Installer application:
QosiumProbe-<version_information>.apkto the Android device for example, from a memory card, or with a browser from you Kaitotek account