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 2: Downloads the WordPress Zip file of latest version from its official site WordPress.org.
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 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: 192.168.10.99:8080/wp-admin/install.php) 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 Username, Password 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.