I would like to configure a mobile (Android) wallet to connect to a TOR-enabled full node (Bitcoin Core), via its onion address. I haven't decided which wallet to use yet. It will depend, of course, on the answer to this question :)
Is it possible to do this? I realize I would need to keep the onion address static, or at least reconfigure my wallet if it changes. Also, I assume I'd need some kind of Android TOR application...
If I can't do it using TOR, I understand that the standard method is to install an Electrum Server on the full node, then use a compatible wallet to connect to it. This may be old information, however. I have also seen some wallets that can connect directly to a full node by IP address. I'd rather not set up port forwarding on that router if there is a better way.
A few wallets claim TOR support (Sparrow, Wasabi, Mycelium, etc), but I believe these are all desktop wallets without an Android version.
My research is confounded by the difficulty of knowing which web resources are out of date and which are current.
So, as of now (early 2023), what are some good methods to accomplish this?