Supports password authentication and shared key authentication using openSSH dsa or rsa keys.
Supports variable substitution so you can use your tasker variables in your commands.
Allows access to the output of your command via tasker variable.
THIS APP REQUIRES EITHER TASKER OR LOCALE TO BE INSTALLED, IT WILL NOT WORK WITHOUT THEM
find it under plugins/ssh command.
input the ip or hostname of the remote machine (and port if necessary), your user name on the remote machine and either a password or select your local private key file. choose the correct authentication method.
The plugin will remember these details for any other tasks you create to run commands on the remote machine,
Enter the command you want to run on the remote machine and then you can use tasker to run them via button, shortcut, menu, condition or any of taskers many other options.
At the moment both rsa and dsa keyfiles are supported (i.e. keys generated by ssh-keygen or connectbot), To use keys generated in putty (puttygen) use the "export as openssh" option from the menu to obtain a key in the correct format.
Busybox is needed by several root apps and is a powerful utility. Learn more about busybox at http://busybox.net/
BusyBox combines tiny versions of many common UNIX utilities into a single small executable. It provides replacements for most of the utilities you usually find in GNU fileutils, shellutils, etc. The utilities in BusyBox generally have fewer options than their full-featured GNU cousins; however, the options that are included provide the expected functionality and behave very much like their GNU counterparts. BusyBox provides a fairly complete environment for any small or embedded system.
BusyBox has been written with size-optimization and limited resources in mind. It is also extremely modular so you can easily include or exclude commands (or features) at compile time. This makes it easy to customize your embedded systems. To create a working system, just add some device nodes in /dev, a few configuration files in /etc, and a Linux kernel.
BusyBox is maintained by Denys Vlasenko, and licensed under the GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE version 2.
BusyBox combines many essential and standard Unix tools into a single compact binary suitable for embedded devices such your Android Phone or Tablet. BusyBox has become an extremely important and popular tool for Android users who have a rooted device. Most Rooted apps rely on the standard Linux/Unix environment given by busybox to perform various low level system tasks. The BusyBox X+ installer makes installing the busybox binary much easier and painless than other through a KISS approach. The installer supports all device form factors such as Phones, Phablets, Tablets, TV's, Android TV Stick/Box and soon Google Glass. Also supports all architectures such as ARM, MIPS and Intel x86 devices with a single App.
+ Quick and Easy to use
+ Installs the latest busybox version 1.21.1
+ Supports ARM MIPS and x86 unlike others
+ Self contained, so no additional downloads like the others
+ Installer + ARM, MIPS and x86 binary is only 2.4 MB
+ Most complete busybox binary with 300+ builtin commands
+ Can be used without root via decaf mode
+ Extensive busybox documentation
+ Safe - Installs to xbin binary directory / does not mix up with system binaries
+ Fastest growing BusyBox Installer, number 3 on the store within the first 6 months
+ Exponential growth and acceptance - Been around for a year now
+ Balanced updates - we do not update like crazy
+ Always the latest version of busybox
+ No bang boom or progress bars like we are used to... ;)
+ Have a rooted device
+ Enable allow all or press allow during Superuser prompts
+ Optional: Have Android Terminal Emulator Installed for decaf mode
+ Uninstall other offerings to prevent malfunction
BusyBox X is KISS. The useful buttons are the install and decaf. Pressing the decaf will give you a shell where you can try out busybox without root and without installing.
Installing the binary
+ Press the Install Button
+ Press Allow or enable Allow always when Superuser / SuperSU prompts
+ See if the bottom left icon turned green
+ Be happy and share your joy
The decaf button doesn't seem to work...
+ Uninstall BusyBox X and Android Terminal Emulator
+ Install Android Terminal Emulator from Play Store and wait for it to finish Installing
+ Install BusyBox X from Play Store
+ Click the decaf button and smile
+ Uninstall other offerings to prevent erasure
Use the support button within the app to send me a support email. Please do not use reviews as a method of support. Reviews are not notified via emails from Google. For better support use email.
Contact: Robert <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Mon-Fri: 13:00 PM - 19:00PM, 23:00PM - 03:00 AM (IST)
Sat-Sun: Holiday, I do respond if its urgent.
If your email did not get a reply within 4 hours, please resend the email - I may be overloaded at times.
Why would I need busybox?
Most rooted apps rely on busybox. So any user who has a rooted device or a Linux/Unix lover would need this.
Does this Root my device?
No. But the installer requires a rooted phone.
Why should I use BusyBox X+ over others?
BusyBox X+ is KISS, and does only one thing, installs busybox quickly. The binary that comes with it is complete with 300+ commands - that's almost twice as many as other offerings. All architectures are supported and there are no additional downloads as opposed to other offerings - the installer comes packed with ARM, MIPS and x86 versions of the binaries in a small size. Plus it comes packed with a extensive busybox documentation!
BusyBox Sources can be found here: http://busybox.net/downloads/
Find me on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+JaredBurrows
Send all suggestions to email@example.com
** Works on Google Glass **
✔ Android Terminal Emulator Application
After having a rooted phone for years, I know that there are plenty of applications that allow users to customize their phones; however, when I recently bought a brand new phone this year, I decided not to root it and I realized the main reason for rooting my phone was simply to obtain more linux tools. I made this simple application in order to help users simply install BusyBox without the hassle of being rooted!
All binaries are installed in: /data/data/burrows.apps.busybox/app_busybox/
In Terminal Emulator, Preferences: Initial command: export PATH=$PATH:/data/data/burrows.apps.busybox/app_busybox/
Provided extra Binaries:
How to use BusyBox Non-root:
✔ Step 1: Click on "Install" to install BusyBox
✔ Step 2: Open your Terminal and change directory to the path!
✔ Internet: Download BusyBox (make sure you are on WiFi!)
✔ Script: Add PATH to Terminal
THIS APPLICATION WILL NOT ROOT THE PHONE
This application will allow the user to confirm they have proper root ( superuser ) access and a proper BusyBox installation.
The goal of this application is to provide even the newest Android user with a simple method to check their device for root access. This application will also allow the user to verify a proper BusyBox installation.
For the more advanced and technically inclined users, many important details are provided around the Root and BusyBox installation. The application presents all the details needed to properly troubleshoot any root or BusyBox issues.
The Root Check mode displays, common su binary locations and file permissions, along with root uid/gid results, Superuser.apk installation and version, adb shell default user mode, and the System defined PATH.
The application makes it very simple and easy export the detailed output via email or any other social media application installed on the device (Twitter, SMS, etc). Easy sharing of the detailed and technical results provides convenience for sharing! One simple button press allows Root or BusyBox details to be shared for collaborating or troubleshooting!
This application will test the device for root access. Very simple, quick and reliable test method to check for root access. The su binary is the most common binary used on Android devices to grant root access. This application will check and verify the su binary location and permissions on the device. This information is generally the most helpful in diagnosing issues with root access.
The widget provided along with this application allows easy and constant monitoring of root access status. The widget allows the user to setup a timer interval to check for root and busybox status. The widget will always keep the user up to date via on screen widget notifications regarding root and busybox installation and operating status.
Gaining root access varies based on manufacturer, model, and carrier. The application currently provides rooting guide links to over 40 devices and is expanding. If a device does not yet have a guide for rooting linked in the application, please refer to http://www.google.com to find the appropriate rooting support areas for your specific device. Other popular web sites which provide rooting guides are http://forum.xda-developers.com and http://forum.sdx-developers.com.
Please don't leave negative feedback! Instead, please email me with your feedback, suggestions and comments! Feel free to email your advanced root/BusyBox results along with your feedback! Thank you!!
Formerly known as Root Checker and Root Check .
SEO: root check , root checker , android root , verify root , check root , Superuser , administrator , root access , busybox check , su checker, su check, test root, root tester .
- ARMv7 device (support for other platforms will come as I have access to them)
A simple busybox installer/uninstaller/verifier that provides an on rails experience for Android devices.
Why another busybox installer:
- There are broken busybox installations out there and fixing these are hard for the typical users
- busybox installation should be like su binary: as simple as it can get
- I want a busybox installer that I can control
Source code: http://code.google.com/p/busyboxonrails/
- IPv4 address
- IP country
- current DNS (primary and secundary)
- IPv4 address
- Subnet mask (new)
- DHCP lease time (new)
- DHCP server IP (new)
- BSSID and SSID
- DNS (1,2,3,4) (new)
- Wifi device name (new)
- MAC (new)
3G (mobile internet)
- Status (new)
- Proxy (new)
- Current operator and country (new)
- SIM operator and country (new)
- Roaming status (new)
- Network status (new)
- Gateway (new)
- DNS (1,2) (new)
- 3G device name (new)
- Baseband (new)
Tools (for advanced users, previously was in the options menu)
- IP interfaces (requires busybox or "ip" command)
- Route table (requires busybox or "ip" command)
- Ping (requires busybox)
- IPv6 addresses (requires busybox or "ip" command)
- IPv6 route table (requires busybox or "ip" command)
- Geolocalize IP (new from 3.0.2)
Since 3.0 version this application was rewritten and now have a new UI based on Holo.
INTERNET: To get public IP and country IP, also ads require internet connection.
ACCESS_WIFI_STATE and ACCESS_NETWORK_STATE: To get Wifi status and information (MAC, current Wifi network, IP address)
**** Requires Android Terminal
Network Mapper Installer is an Installer of Nmap for android.
It is a cross complied binary for android
Network Mapper Installer is a security scanner that installs nmap,nping and ncat to your device.
nmap is utility for network discovery and security auditing. it use for such as network inventory, managing service upgrade schedules, and monitoring host or service uptime and it can provide further information on targets, including reverse DNS names, device types, and also Ncat for flexible data transfer, redirection, and debugging tool and a packet generation and response analysis tool Nping.
it can scan host discovery, port scanning (Both), OS detection and version detection and much more.
nmap originally written by Gordon Lyon licensed under the GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE
*Installation takes 40 to 50 seconds
*if you found a bug, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with details.
Remember to +1 and rate this!
Firstly, we will check whether busybox is installed and we will find it's installation path.
Then, we are going to check whether your device is rooted by searching for a su folder which should be located in your phone.
Lastly we are going to run this application as root application so as to verify your complete root access in your phone.
If su or busybox folder is located to those places : /sbin/, /system/bin/, /system/xbin/, /data/local/xbin/ /data/local/bin/, /system/sd/xbin/, /system/bin/failsafe/ and /data/local/ we will verify your busybox installation and your phone's root access.
Furthermore by clicking the start button we added some animations to make the process more enjoyable and relaxing.
We also added a screenshot button which can be used for sharing your root results with your friend
What you should know about rooting:
By rooting your device you can update the OS, replace the firmware, overclock or underclock the processor, remove or add system apps, and so on.
It is really easy to Root your device by searching on the web.
****This application is harmless****
****This application will not root your phone****
****Any su manager installed would be recommended****
Positive feedback would be highly appreciated. Please do not hesitate to report any bugs or contact us for further questions.
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***Incorrect Busybox installations may cause issues with BackDrop Root. If you are having issues, please try using one of the Busybox installer apps from the Market.
If you are having any issues, please let me know before giving BackDrop a low rating. I am actively working on updates.
BackDrop Root allows you to backup and restore your applications, data, SMS / MMS messages, Wifi settings, Bluetooth pairings, and more to and from from Dropbox.
Backdrop Root provides a simple and intuitive interface for managing your backups.
The free version of BackDrop Root will let you backup and restore 5 applications / data backups at a time.
Purchase the BackDrop Root Pro Key to unlock the following options:
* Remove the 5 application backup / restore limit.
* Auto Restore (automatically restore your application data from Dropbox when an application is installed).
* Option to create an update.zip file to install BackDrop Root from recovery.
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Prerequisites: rooted phone and busybox installed.
You also need to have about 5.5Mb free on your /system partition.
To use MC, you need to either have an SSH server on your phone (for example DroidSSHd) and connect using Putty from your PC, or you can use the Terminal Emulator (please see attached screenshots).
Any terminal emulator application works given that it supports "screen" as terminal type.
The price is payed for the installer and the effort to have MC cross-compiled for Android, since MC is distributed under GPL license. Put in a different way, you are just buying me a beer for making it easier for you to have MC on your phone!
If you get an error related to "tar: invalid tar magic", please try upgrading your busybox (if you do leave a comment here or on the support page, please mention the version of busybox that you are using). Very few persons have this issue, and it helps a lot while trying to figure out the problems.
This application is an electronic version of a log book. It helps you keep track of all measurements / observations - and it makes it easy to check on the history of your aquarium.
There's no predefined set of measurements (kH, pH, etc ...), you are in control of all these types of actions. The application comes preinstalled with a basic set of actions, but you can edit / delete / add new ones. For example, it is not uncommon to have various sets of Calcium measurements kits (Sera, or Hanna, etc ...) thus you can add both of them and input values depending on which one you use.
With a quick glance you have access to the history of your aquarium which helps planing ahead or determining whatever you need to do.
There are two types of actions. Repeating actions (you have full control defining them based on your needs) as well as notes you consider worthy of mentioning. Do you notice a plant started to grow better ? Or a coral ? Add it as a note. Did you do a water change, measured pH or added some type of fertilizer ? Add it as an entry of that type and then specify the value.
- You can track as many aquariums you want.
- Unlimited number of log entries for each aquarium.
- Unlimited number of types of actions that you can add (and you can remove the predefined ones)
- Database import / export for backup purposes.
- English / French translations
- Grouping of actions by days in relative time: "X days ago".
- You can add / remove photos for each log entry (to keep track of plants / fish / coral growth)
- No Privacy Permisions requested (Internet permissions to be able to serve ads, sdcard access permission needed for the log file as well as for the Database Import / Export operations).
- Charting ability for actions (it uses the first number found on the Value line, so you can anything else around the number as long as you use space around it to separate it from the text). You can select multiple actions to have them charted at once.
- Calendar reminders for each activity of an aquarium.
- Searching within the log entries of each aquarium. You can search by name / value.
- Navigation Drawer for ease of switching between aquariums.
Ads can be eliminated from the application by buying the Pro Unlocker: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.nativnux.aqlog.unlocker
If you have feedback or ideas that might help improve the application or the chores of maintaining the aquarium, please use the "Send feedback" feature.
PS: the screenshots are for the unlocked version of the application.
a) saves precious screen space
b) saves finger movements, not having to drag the notification bar to check the current date
c) saves battery life since there's only one event firing at midnight to refresh with the new date.
d) supports multi-language as it is using the phone's months / days predefined values.
Header (colored bar on top) as well as Body (the white space) are configurable.
Clicking the widgets opens the phone's calendar. This is not currently configurable since it is meant to be as straightforward as you get.
To reconfigure the widget you have to remove the widget and add a new one by selecting the date formats you want.
Please check the screenshots.
It is useful for:
a) Night watch
b) Glance at the screen from across the room when you prepare to leave to work.
One thing the app doesn't try to do is be another application that shows temperature, or integrate with aggregation services.
You have full control over most of the aspects of the application, here are some of the details:
a) whether to show the hour in bold or not
b) color for hour / minutes and 12/24 hours format
c) color and font size of the headlines
d) fade-in animation for the free version (2 more animations on the PRO version)
e) refresh interval
f) it does not integrate with Google / Facebook etc, you have to type in a valid RSS feed URL.
This uses the Daydream functionality added in Android 4.2.2 thus will not work if you have an older version of Android.
It does not install an Application icon, you have to go to Settings / Display, activate the Daydream functionality if it is currently disabled, then you will see a new entry - Wakeup Daydream. You can then configure it and set it as default.
I have set the Daydream to start when my tablet is connected to the charger.
Animations are nice to have, but they use a lot of the processor power. Please set the Animation to None if you want to minimize CPU usage.
For the PRO version, please go here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.nativnux.daydream.unlocker