Hash Droid

Hash Droid


Hash Droid is a free utility to calculate a hash from a given text or from a file stored on the device.

In this application, the available hash functions are : Adler-32, CRC-32, Haval-128, MD2, MD4, MD5, RIPEMD-128, RIPEMD-160, SHA-1, SHA-256, SHA-384, SHA-512, Tiger and Whirlpool.
The calculated hash can be copied to the clipboard to be reused elsewhere.

The first tab enables to calculate the hash of a given string.
The second tab helps you to compute the hash of a file located on the internal or external memory of your device. The size of the file and the last date modified are also displayed.
The last feature helps you to compare the calculated hash with another given hash but more generally, you can compare any hashes by just pasting them.

A hash (also called checksum or digest) is a digital fingerprint, uniquely identifying a string or a file.
Hash functions are often used in cryptography to generate strong passwords. They are also employed to check the integrity of files.
Hash Droid is often used to check an Android ROM before flashing it.

Feel free to send feebacks, comments or suggestions about this application.

Hash Droid is published under the GPLv3 (GNU General Public License version 3). Please contact me to get the source code.

Tags : hash hashes message digest algorithm secure cryptographic function checksum rom roms verifier MD5 checker Rivest comparison cyanogenmod cyanogen md5sum mand5 GPL

Recent changes:
Added external storage read permission for KitKat.
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4.7
User ratings
576
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10,000+
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File size
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About Hash Droid
Hash Droid is a free utility to calculate a hash from a given text or from a file stored on the device.

In this application, the available hash functions are : Adler-32, CRC-32, Haval-128, MD2, MD4, MD5, RIPEMD-128, RIPEMD-160, SHA-1, SHA-256, SHA-384, SHA-512, Tiger and Whirlpool.
The calculated hash can be copied to the clipboard to be reused elsewhere.

The first tab enables to calculate the hash of a given string.
The second tab helps you to compute the hash of a file located on the internal or external memory of your device. The size of the file and the last date modified are also displayed.
The last feature helps you to compare the calculated hash with another given hash but more generally, you can compare any hashes by just pasting them.

A hash (also called checksum or digest) is a digital fingerprint, uniquely identifying a string or a file.
Hash functions are often used in cryptography to generate strong passwords. They are also employed to check the integrity of files.
Hash Droid is often used to check an Android ROM before flashing it.

Feel free to send feebacks, comments or suggestions about this application.

Hash Droid is published under the GPLv3 (GNU General Public License version 3). Please contact me to get the source code.

Tags : hash hashes message digest algorithm secure cryptographic function checksum rom roms verifier MD5 checker Rivest comparison cyanogenmod cyanogen md5sum mand5 GPL

Recent changes:
Added external storage read permission for KitKat.
User reviews of Hash Droid
Does what it says on the tin. Also like the 'No permissions required'
Apr 10, 2011
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Sep 9, 2014
Get this app. In such desperate times, you need as much security as you can get. Do yourself a favor and use this app
A Google User
Sep 4, 2014
Minimal permissions. 5 stars for minimal permission requirements. I'd like to see a design improvement (overhaul). Maybe something like a one pager with Algorithm drop down menu to the right, text field (calculated hash) to the left, and below that make two buttons (Import from file and Calculate for a file). Then a PLUS sign below those that when clicked, adds another set of the above mentioned for another hash and a "Compare" button below that.
A Google User
Aug 13, 2014
Missing 1 feature I love It works great but needs the ability to remember last used algorithm instead of always using MD5 by default.
A Google User
Jul 19, 2014
One of the best Has md5 and sha1
A Google User
Jun 25, 2014
Yup, does as expected Appreciate the lack of permissions needed!