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This is not a post of those who use tricks to attract visitors, we are really going to install an Apache server on Android, configure it to process PHP files and finally write a Hello World: everything running from our mobile device.
Today we will see how to install and configure Termux on Android, as well as a brief introduction to its use.
Termux is an application that will allow us to have a terminal on our device, but apart from that it gives us the possibility of installing very interesting packages; and if we configure them well and install well, we can have a complete and stable server on our mobile.
This application does not require root access, you only need that our Android phone has a recent version (I think it works from Android 6).