Kameleo Mobile with Android VM

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Kameleo Mobile with Android VM

Kameleo Mobile is a powerful tool to change an Android device’s browser fingerprint.

A couple of our users wanted to use Kameleo Mobile with an Android VM. In that case setting up the connection is more difficult so we created a short tutorial video to simplify things and make you understand how you can achieve Kameleo Mobile to reach the Spoofing Engine.

Actually there are plenty of setups that can work:

  • 1st option: Android VM connect to Kameleo that is running on host machine
  • 2nd option: Real Android Device connects to Kameleo that is running in a Virtual Machine
  • 3rd option: Android CM connect to Kameleo that is running in a Virtual Machine

The most complicated is the 3rd one so we provide a step by step guide how you can achieve it. Also after watching the video you will understand the connection setups and you will be able to setup any of the above setups.

This is the website where we downloaded the Android x86 VM: https://www.osboxes.org/android-x86/

In the article in our knowledgebase you will find a checklist what to do if you can’t connect the Spoofing Engine.