Updating backtrack 3 kernel
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I'm just a simple system administrator with a passion for breaking Android. @jcadduono wanted to confirm whether this was the right zip to download. Used nethunter on OP2 before and it didn't have a separate generic zip and a kernel zip. Now I know Qualcomm used to use the name Qualcomm Atheros (which had open sourced drivers), so are So Cs not under the same umbrella?To initialize the chroot and install Kali Linux, you need to start the Kali Net Hunter app.