Good key mapping. Easy to use Tried a few terminal emus and I still think this one just works best when switching from desktop keyboard to phone keyboard. I can run htop and to quit just hold vol-dn + c. If I have to CD into some directory, vol-up + t for Tab. Of I want to run previous commands vol-up + w for up and vol-up + s for down. Also ssh, vim work well in here and can reliably work on remote servers from my phone in case of emergency. Hopefully I'll never have too though.
Good terminal app Works like it's supposed to. Material Design, font style customization, and rich notifications (an "X" on the "Terminal session is running" notification, for instance) would be really nice though, can't wait for you guys to add it! Keep up the good work! P. S. - Some of the other term apps have Linux frotz! You'd get an eternal 5-star rating from me if you added it too!
This App Sets Up a Linux Shell Environment This app has allowed me to discover much about the inner workings of Android devices. I have the advantage that I have Linux experience. Not all devices are made alike. Success will depend on the device. This app is best had with Hacker's keyboard. Linux commands are created by making a symbolic (soft) links to busybox or toolbox. This however requires ROOT. The filesystem on the user's "sdcard" does not support symbolic links. Without root the user is limited to the Linux commands that the manfacturer put in. Use the cp command to copy some files from internal memory to the sdcard. Use df to find block devices (drives) . Type the word "busybox" and read how Android uses one file to implement numerous commands. On many devices "toolbox", is used in place of busybox.This app may need work on the higher versions of Android.
For update information on screen Update information o screen like pda cs phone etc. And not show reboot option then past following lines-- su echo -n ON > /efs/FactoryApp/factorymode sync reboot
Terminal emulator Awesome. What else could I say? Portable linux plus shell scripting. Available packages include ftp and ssh capabilities. Nano is cool for editing code on the fly. Highly recommended. Kudos to development peoples.
This is almost like rooting Except you keep your warranty and don't end up bricked. Familiarity with Linux shells is a big plus. Depending on your device you can run various Linux. commands. If you are rooted you have more power. Rooted users can add Linux commands by making soft links to busybox or even Toolbox.
v1.0.70 Allow hiding Material Design Action Bar
Improve text paste.
Fix UTF-8 support.