How to Install WordPress on your Android Web Server?

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When your device is running as a webserver, you can install PHP and MySQL on your android server. You can also install any Content Management System (CMS) including WordPress, a powerful publishing CMS used by over 8.9 million sites. To install WordPress on your Android webserver follow the steps below.

Step 1: Install any Unzipping app like Androzip or Astro file manager, if you don’t already have it.

Step 2: Downloads the WordPress Zip file of latest version from its official site

Step 3: Launch the unzipping app file manager and navigate to the download folder (Normally under/sdcard/Download) on your device.

Note: Long press the WordPress zip file and select to Extract here.

Step 4: Copy the WordPress folder under Download and then paste it to the ‘Server Root Directory’

Step 5: Navigate to the device ‘local IP Address at Port 10,00 on your PC/Windows. PhpMyAdmin will load.

Step 6: Enter the root as the ‘Username and the Password’ that you are assigned to it when configure KSWES in the previous article.

Step 7: Click the Databases tab at the top of the PhpMyAdmin.Step

Step 8: Enter ‘WordPress’ in the create database field and tap to Create.

Step 9: Navigate to your server IP address with Port:8080 and path /wp-admin/install.php (ex: on your PC/Windows.

Step 10: Click to ‘Create a Configuration File’ when prompted.

Step 11: Enter your DB Username and Password when you prompted by WordPress.

Step 12: Click Run the install when asked by WordPress to do so.

Step 13: Enter your Site Title, make your desired UsernamePassword and email address then hit the Install WordPress button.After installing these credentials you will be able to log into WordPress.

Step 14: WordPress will confirm your install and allow you to login for the first time.

Step 15: Now you are able to log into WordPress and write new posts by going to your IP address /wordpress/wp-admin.

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