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Can you get a phone number or email address within 5 minutes of meeting a girl?
Stuck in the friend zone?
Know how to reject rejection?
This guide is for you if you are a novice or looking to expand you skills to ELITE status. This guide will help you understand the friend zone and how to overcome it, help you establish first contact, know if she is into you, give you tips to success, show you how to take control and most importantly understand the psychology of women.
This app allows you to write and run shell scripts. It has run as root capabilities if your android device is rooted. Easily import scripts from multiple directories and create new scripts in specified directories.
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Please feel free to contact me if you find any bugs or would like to request features. I don't have a lot of free time but I will do what I can. This application is open source and the source is available at
-Couple bug fixes and can now choose to hide output when editing a script
-Another bug fix with script names
-Couple of bug fixes as well as setting PATH=/system/bin:/system/bin:/data/local/bin before running script
-Small code optimizations
-Added desktop shortcuts
-Removed hardcoded theme and other small optimizations
-Made error output prettier
-Fixed null pointer exception
-Output is now in a ScrollView so you can see it all
-New icon thanks to redditor KyleMistry!!!
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Santa Backup will help you to save or export the following data in other storage:
3. Call logs
4. System settings
8. Applications (+ data and application settings with root-access)
Convenient mechanism for backup schedule will help to keep data up-to-date. Only changed data is saved that speeds up future backups.
Wonderful "Live Backup" feature provides continuous protection of your device without necessity to specify the frequency of backup. Your backup will be always in actual state. The following events are tracked by "Live Backup":
1. Add/remove/change contact
2. Send/receive sms
3. Change system settings
4. Make/receive call
5. Add/remove photo
6. Add/remove video
7. Add/remove music
8. Install/update application
Data can be saved in phone memory, on external SD-card, in Dropbox storage or even in Gmail (using unique premium "Double Protection" feature). You may set up data backup in different places that will provide maximum protection.
The latest version of Android (KitKat, 4.4.2) caused SD-card to be inaccessible for third party apps, except system ones. So, if you do not see SD-card option in SantaBackup, it is common issue for the most devices using Android KitKat. The same problem may appear for some devices with older Android version too. We are working on workaround.
Apart from running any native Lua code, it lets you script GUI's and do some basic drawing.
Lua Scripting uses the LuaJava API, this gives you the ability to access Java classes and objects from Lua. For more information, visit the link below.
The application itself comes with several examples that describe pretty well how to create buttons and such.
Scripts are saved in /sdcard/Lua Scripting/Dev/
Keywords: lua, script, scripting, tool, language
Important: You need to install SL4A separately from their site: http://code.google.com/p/android-scripting/
Also requires the TaskBomb app, available free in the Android Market: http://androidideas.org/taskbomb/google-play
See the website for tons of info, help, and tutorials: http://androidideas.org/taskbomb
TaskBomb is an automation app (sometimes called "task scheduler", "job scheduler", "batch processor", etc.) that allows you to schedule apps and actions to automatically run. It's similar in function to the cron command on Linux and somewhat like an alarm clock (you can set alarms and snooze actions). TaskBomb aims to be small and simple, and leverage the power of the apps you have on your phone.
One of TaskBomb's greatest assets is its unique and flexible scheduling system that allows you to create modular, reusable schedules that can be run at any time, attached to alarms, or added to other schedules.
This add-on is basically a little app, but you don't run the app itself. Once installed, go into TaskBomb and you'll find "Select script" as an option in the "Data" field when you define a task.
This app uses the internet permission in order to show ads through third party ad networks such as AdMob and MoPub. These are disabled if you purchase the Taskbomb Premium Unlocker, which can be found at http://androidideas.org/taskbomb/premium/google-play/
Script Kitty has been re-written from the ground up to enhance compatibilities and capabilities across the board. Script Kitty allows administrators and power-users to tame the beast of managing remote servers over SSH from portable devices. Run scripts and programs on remote servers with a flick and a click.
Script Kitty 2.1 Features:
- NEW - Redesigned Tablet and Phone GUI
- NEW - Completely rebuilt ssh libaries for enhanced protocol support
- NEW - Enhanced OS support for OOB OSX and BSD support
- NEW - Public key authentication
- NEW - Experimental Support for local android scripts!
- One-Finger Command execution to single or multiple servers
- Export of command logs to SD
- Import command scripts from SD
NEW FEATURES in 2.1!
- Encrypted keys added - prompts for passphrase on creation
- Existing keys support (with passphrase suppport) - For existing keys, just place overwrite the created keys with your own files. Passphrase are cached for the application session only.
- Tasker and Locale support for scheduling re-integrated
- Address=127.0.0.1 address will now go to the tcp stack for use with tunneling, while Address=localhost will pipe to /bin/sh for local android support
- Shortcuts are dead, long live widgets! Widget re-integrated for creating one-click buttons on your desktop
- Larger "CLEAR" button in log screens
- Script input field cleaned up to stop auto-corrections and other keyboard madness
- Other random fixes for old versions of android
- Limited to 3 Servers
- Limited to 2 Server Groups
- Limited to 5 Active Scripts
- No Backup/Restore Support
Script Kitty Pro
- UNLIMITED Servers
- UNLIMITED Groups
- UNLIMITED Scripts
- Full Backup and Restore of Servers and Scripts
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How can I import .sh scripts?
Script Kitty will attempt import all files, with the .sh extention, located on your sdcard in the ScriptKitty folder. The script files should ONLY contain the commands to be executed, and be in plaintext format. Script Kitty will use the filename as the label in the interface. You can rename your scripts after they are imported. Non-cleartext file may cause the application to crash or fail.
How can I use pubkey authentication?
You must first confirm that the server is properly setup for authentication with public keys. Once validated, from the preferences menu, Select the option to "Generate public key". Once pressed, Script Kitty will create public and private key files on your sdcard in the ScriptKitty folder. You will need to import the public key into your server, and enter the appropriate username on the server definition. You can leave the password field blank, and the public key will be passed at execution.
How do I export logs?
Simple, just long press the log entry you would like to export, and a window will pop up with an option to "Save log to SD"
How do I execute a script on a GROUP of servers?
For safety purposes, we have moved the option to a nested menu. To execute a script on a group of servers, select one server from the defined group and press the menu button or icon. Script Kitty will display a new option labels "Run group script". Once pressed, you will proceed to the script screen, and the selected script will be executed on the entire cluster.
How do I run local scripts on my Android device!
To enable running scripts directly on your device, create a server definition with the address of "localhost". Any scripts executed on the "localhost" will be piped directly to /bin/sh on your device.