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Palapa Web Server content rating is Everyone. This app is listed in Tools category of app store and has been developed by You could visit AlfanLA's website to know more about the company/developer who developed this. Palapa Web Server can be downloaded and installed on android devices supporting 8 api and above.. Download the app using your favorite browser and click on install to install the app. Please note that we provide original and pure apk file and provide faster download speed than Palapa Web Server apk mirrors. . You could also download apk of Palapa Web Server and run it using popular android emulators.

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Version 2.1.1- Fix setting options that cannot be saved (start at boot, run as root, lock wifi, screen always on, and server status interval)- New all x86 binaries (fix "Segmentation Fault" when start the database service)- Update PHP to 5.5.15- Fix error "no server packages found" when start the services in some devices- Fix apps crashing in some devices- and much more Read More Tools Related Videos Palapa Web Server v 2.0.0 More Information Package Name: and the download link of this app are 100% safe. All download links of apps listed on are from Google Play Store or submitted by users. For the app from Google Play Store, won't modify it in any way. For the app submitted by users, will verify its APK signature safety before release it on our website.

* please backup your data (db & www), you have be warned *Version 2.1.1- Fix setting options that cannot be saved (start at boot, run as root, lock wifi, screen always on, and server status interval)- New all x86 binaries (fix "Segmentation Fault" when start the database service)- Update PHP to 5.5.15- Fix error "no server packages found" when start the services in some devices- Fix apps crashing in some devices- and much more

We provide Palapa Web Server 2.1.1 APK file for Android 2.2+ and up. Palapa Web Server is a free Tools app. It's easy to download and install to your mobile phone. Please be aware that ApkSOS only share the original and free pure apk installer for Palapa Web Server 2.1.1 APK without any modifications.

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The idea is to have a local version of the online store that sales reps can use when selling to wholesale customers that will store the orders locally until they find a WiFi or 3G signal at which point it will merge the new records into the webserver.

If you want to run a web site as an app on a mobile device or tablet as a native application, all functionality needs to be in Javascript and wrapped with a library like PhoneGap or Titanium. Android and IOS web apps are both able to use local storage databases where data can be kept until a network connection is made. Any server-side logic would require a call out to your web server and an active internet connection on the device.

On Google Play, PAW Server is the typical PHP server package ( contain Beanshell code ). You can put your webpages in the "html" folder. However, typical Beanshell code is not very familiar to be edited.On Android device, I recommend you to use SL4A and phpforandroid to build up Perl and PHP Server. Yet, they do not use MySQL as DATA base. You should be familiar with the Scripting Layer for Android(SL4A) platform. See this link for reference

Use this app : Servers Ultimate With this app can run any server you can imagine on your android device (php, mysql, ftp, dhcp, ...) your phone will be a real server, just install the app click on (+) sign to add server, if the server is not installed the app will ask to download the package.You can access your server via LAN or WAN easily.

I would to develop a sort of web app on android platform (smartphone, tablet...and don't want to develop native android app, too complexe...) It is for internal organisation use and would be a device local website ( )I have installed palapa web server on my smartphone but I'm stucked to go further with symfony installation/deploymentDo I have access to system/php commands with palapa/android ?

During my research I stumbled upon the app AndTidWiki, but it is everything else than user-friendly since it requires setting up a whole server manually. I don't think I need this solved server-style since I don't need any other user accounts than me. A simple database app should do I guess, but it seems I am too dumb to find one which is capable of linking articles via labeled sublinks within the text.

I'd recommend to use a "classic" wiki on a PHP server. If you choose wisely, you can use a wiki with no SQL database, and synchronise the data between your server and your phone (or directly edit online). It means you'll be able to edit the text files of your wiki with any of the 3000 text editor available for android. It's easier to edit a local txt file rather than editing a form in a web browser, especially when it's from a phone.

You can download Palapa Web Server from Google Play Store. The one good thing I liked when using Palapa was that when I rooted my device, I was able to change the server port from 8080 to 80, which means I can do my work by myself. After successful information, you type in :8080 to access your page.

Local web servers for testing and staging purposes can also be easily built with XAMPP and WAMP which are among the most popular web server packages for PC, but you can also get the same features on Android. The best app for the job is Palapa Web Server, which gives you MySQL, PHP and Lighttpd all pre-configured into a single, free stack-package, although beware trying to run a local server on a more budget Android device that may not have the specs to handle it. Palapa even lets you edit the server config files directly in the app itself.

Install a web server on your phone. I used the Palapa Web Server (free from Google Play), but probably any other with php would work as well. In the Web Server Settings configure it to 'Use Root Access' (it's needed to be able to run on port 80), and also give it root permissions when your superuser app asks for it. Then still in the Web Server Settings go the the Components / Lighthttpd. Here change the Port to 80.

Test: Now connect your phone to the wifi and start the web server (there is a big button under the Web Server menu). Here you should also see the IP of the webserver, something like this:,, You will need to use the second one (usually starting with 192.168, but not necessarily). Just type in your browser on the computer connected to the same network as the phone. It should display the default page of Palapa Web Server. If you can see it, you are done with the first step.

But we have a problem here. The website right now sends the credentials to the legit server and not stores it for us. Let's fix this ;) You need some basic html and php for this, so if you don't understand something, I suggest you to take a look at the W3 School's HTML and PHP tutorials. It will be also useful for your future anyhow.

Now we have to copy all our files to the web server. Palapa Web Server stores the files under /sdcard/pws/www/ so let's go there. Copy the 404.php in the www folder, but wait a bit with the others. As you can see in my example the original captive portal url ended like /captive/form.php, so we have to imitate the same. Let's create a folder captive and copy the other files (form.html, form files, login.php, credentials.txt) into that. But we still have a problem, originally form.html was named form.php. So let's rename it to form.php.

You also have to configure the web server to use the 404.php as its 404 page. Let's open the mobile app, go to Web Server Settings, select Lighttpd and 'Edit config'. Insert the following line (I inserted it after the 4th line, but it should work everywhere): server.error-handler-404 = "/404.php" and save it. You should also disable directory listing, so do it now (it's under Web Server Settings, Lighttpd).

Test: Now restart your webserver and try to access the ip of your phone from the browser again (in my case It should be instantly redirected to and you should be prompted with the login page. Insert some data and press enter. You should see the error message your wrote previously, and if you go to you should be able to see what you just entered.

Now how captive portals work usually? They usually responds to every DNS request with their own IP address, and thus responding to every website with their own. For this we would need a DNS server running on the phone, what I could not find. So I chose a different way: let's turn on mobile data, and let the DNS request and response happen, but when it tries to connect to the server by IP simply redirect this request to the IP of the phone and so respond with the captive portal. So the first 4 steps are the same, but the 4th step "Hey, send me the website" is answered by the web server running on the phone with the captive portal.

To do this we need to set up some iptables rules. First download an app to edit the iptable. I used iptables by su but probably any other program would work too. Of course this app also needs root permissions. Now let's add the following rules line by line starting with the first one:

So since you are giving access to your own mobile data, you must be very careful. First of all set up the hotspot and connect to it from your computer. Test the desired functionality: if you access any http website, it should redirect you to the captive portal. In case of https websites you should not be able to access it at all. You should also test if saving the credentials still works. Now since the redirection you can access your credentials.txt under The domain itself ( doesn't matter (as long as it exists), since it will be answered by your own web server. 041b061a72


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