How to find out what ports are used on an Android device?


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A Android smartphone with the installed application using the Internet. Suppose, for example, it will be Aliexpress... I'm in the place with unproven open access points. House set up and raised an SSH tunnel. Port binding looks like this: ssh -N-p 22 user@ip -L 80:localhost:80
It is clear that for HTTP/HTTPS traffic, I need 80/422 ports. Roughly speaking, the browser, referring to local port 80 will use the 80-th port of the SSH machine. It is also possible for mail client to forward the POP3 and SMTP ports. Question: thanks Ali can use purely their own unique ports for your go prilozheniya, not only 80/422/8080 and the like aka the most common. Are there screens to see what ports to use a particular app or if possible, can ALL the traffic wrap it via SSH? Looks like a team that will roll all my connections and trebuemom the port the application will give the same port? Thank you, if you have the patience to answer this maybe trivial and stupid question.

UDP: Root on telephone received. To the server in full access administrator.
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on telephone to put busybox in it to run lsof -i ??

to connect through a router with openwrt, it is to run tcpdump and sampit the entire flow with ip telephone.
open the dump using wireshark and slowly track what-where-why.
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