The goal is to use freenet on non-rooted android devices.
It is far out of my capabilities to actually port Freenet to android, but I am attempting to use and provide a functioning solution for android.
I was able to use "gnuroot debian" to install java and freenet on my device via command line. w3m browser works for basic functions but it's not much good without images and video support.
Xterm seems to use too many resources and crashes / freezes the device.
The most promising solution seems to be to "Allow Freenet Remote HTTP Connections" as described here. https://old-wiki.freenetproject.org/InFrequentlyAskedQuestions
but I do not understand how to connect. what Ip would my android device have and what ip would my virtual debian installation have. How would i make my regular android browser (firefox) access 127.0.0.1:8888 on the virtual machine? Is this method even possible?
How would you go about this?