Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 JB-4.1.2 rooted Minor issue: Check spelling of "logging" in Preferences...in one place, you'll see it's "Loggging", though certainly it doesn't affect app's behavior. I resolved my issue with using A.I. type keyboard through this app's preference settings, so I can fully recommend this app.
Was Great, Now Sucks I wrote a review of this app on 5/16/2015 in which I said this has been my go-to app for years until it quit working with that particular update. Well, you *still* can't contact the developer, and the current version *still* crashes when you summon the OSK. Seriously, what is going on? Running a Nexus 4 using Android 5.1.1. Nothing weird or customized.
Very nice terminal I'm using a Logitech Revue with the full sized keyboard. There's an issue with getting some of the symbolic keys to send properly. Hopefully, this will be fixed in later releases. Also, switching in between running terminals is kludgy. The text rendering on my HD TV is gorgeous. So, if you can work around the two tiny issues, this is a great terminal app to have on your A/V system.
Great for BT physical keyboard Vi users! I found this when I couldn't use Vi in connectbot because android BT keyboards used "back" for the escape key. Very annoying. So this is perfect now. All but one odd thing I'm still working out. Why it won't resolve any hostnames/ip addresses. I sent email. Hope I can get a reply on what I'm doign wrong. Update: So the dns works fine on OMAP. It only fails on my Intel RAZRi intel x86 phone. So I'm suspecting the busybox they ask you to download as an addon is only for OMAP.
Great on Asus Transformer TF300T Tab, ctrl, and arrow keys work great on the transformer, and the back key (upper left) is used for esc. Includes a usable vanilla vi for local writing. You can set up shortcuts on your home screen. Use "dropbearkey -t TYPE -f ~/.ssh/keyname" to create a key, and then use "dropbearkey -y -f ~/.ssh/keyname" to display the public key. TYPE can be rsa or dss. If you set the key up in a shortcut, just use "keyname", it automatically looks in "~/.ssh". It's too bad the website is broken and the developer appears MIA, but it's still well worth the four bucks, particularly if you have a transformer.
Versatile emulator Very powerful, enables you to emulate many different operating systems such as unix and CP/M on android. Systems are bundled with applications; sadly does not let you navigate android folders from within the emulator.
* Fix crash on some newer Android devices.
* Add support for MIPS CPU.
* Single launcher icon, you can configure BTEP to start up in the local shell or SSH Client in Preferences.
* Support for multiple sessions.
* Fix bug with SuperUser Whitelist.
* Fix shortcut creation problem.
* Add FTP Client