USB WiFi Android Driver Ralink Rt5370
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How to Install USB WiFi Android Driver Ralink RT5370
If you are looking for a wireless adapter that works with modern Windows, Mac and Linux devices as well as select Hak5 Gear, you might want to consider the Ralink RT5370. This is a high-performance 802.11n Wi-Fi SoC with USB 2.0 interface that features integrated 802.11n baseband, MAC, power amplifier and low-noise amplifier, along with both transmit-receive and antenna diversity switches[^1^]. It also supports Managed and Monitor modes, making it a great addition to any auditors arsenal[^2^].
In this article, we will show you how to install the USB WiFi Android driver for the Ralink RT5370 on your device. This will enable you to use the adapter as a wireless network interface for your Android device.
Step 1: Download the driver
The first step is to download the driver for the Ralink RT5370 from the MediaTek website[^1^]. You can find the link in the references section below. You will need to choose the Linux driver option, as Android is based on Linux. The driver file name is DPO_RT5572_LinuxSTA_220.127.116.11_20121022.tar.bz2.
Step 2: Extract the driver
The next step is to extract the driver file using a file manager or a terminal command. You will need to have root access on your device to do this. You can use an app like Root Explorer or ES File Explorer to browse and extract files on your device. Alternatively, you can use a terminal emulator app like Termux or Terminal Emulator for Android to run commands on your device.
If you are using a file manager app, locate the driver file in your downloads folder and tap on it to extract it. You will need to choose a destination folder for the extracted files. You can create a new folder called rt5370 in your internal storage or SD card.
If you are using a terminal emulator app, navigate to your downloads folder using the cd command and run the following command to extract the driver file:
tar xvjf DPO_RT5572_LinuxSTA_18.104.22.168_20121022.tar.bz2
This will create a new folder called DPO_RT5572_LinuxSTA_22.214.171.124_20121022 in your current directory. You can rename it to rt5370 for convenience using the mv command:
mv DPO_RT5572_LinuxSTA_126.96.36.199_20121022 rt5370
Step 3: Compile and install the driver
The final step is to compile and install the driver on your device. You will need to have a compiler toolchain installed on your device to do this. You can use an app like NDK C++ Toolchain or GCC Plugin for C4droid to install a compiler on your device.
If you are using NDK C++ Toolchain, open the app and tap on Install NDK button. This will download and install the necessary tools for compiling C and C++ code on your device.
If you are using GCC Plugin for C4droid, open C4droid app and tap on Preferences button. Then tap on GCC plugin settings and tap on Install GCC button. This will download and install the GCC compiler on your device.
Once you have installed a compiler toolchain, open a terminal emulator app and navigate to the rt5370 folder using the cd command:
Then run the following command to compile the driver:
This will create a file called rt5370sta.ko in the os/linux folder.
To install the driver, you will need to copy this file to the /system/lib/modules folder on your device using the cp command:
cp os/linux/rt5370sta.ko /system/lib/modules
You will also need to change the permissions of this file using the chmod command:
chmod 644 /system 061ffe29dd