I liked this app. I developed expect script to send customized SMS automatically. Everything works fine on my Sony Xperia S. SMSDroid binds to IPv6 address over WiFi and IPv4 if I use my phone as WiFi hotspot. It is not working on Samsung Galaxy S2. It always bind to IPv6 for both WiFi and WiFi Hotspot. I noticed with Wireshark trace that Samsun Galaxy S2's TCP/IPv6 stack is closing the socket by sending RST+ACK. !! Please guide me, is there any limitation with Samsung phone. Any solution? workaround? Thanks.
Great Idea So far so good great idea but having two problems. 1) It gives me my mac address instead of IP 2) after looking up my IP through a terminal app, I used putty to that IP with 7777 port and a window comes up asking for my password. I put the password in that I set on mobile and the window closes. Any thoughts? It would be nice if you got a confirmation when you clicked "Set Password!" so you know that it actually took. Oh and I'm running ICS 4.0.2 on Galaxy Nexus
For all you noobs that dont know what this app is, quit commenting and rating. For the people that know what this app is for, it works perfectly!
Doesn't seem to be interfacing with my telnet client correctly. New lines are indented increasingly more for each new line.
Totally awesome for making software integrations. I wish it would have even more commands, eg. to delete an sms.
The solution to my deadzone i like to call home. Finally i can send texts again inside the house! 5-stars
Turns an Android phone into a W-iFi Analyzer w/18 useful router networking tools