Android Terminal Emulator
Android Terminal Emulator is a terminal emulator to run system commands or scripts on your android phone.
Developer: Jack Palevich
Latest version: 1.0.41
Total versions: 7
Submitted: 3 Sep 2010
Updated: 11 May 2011
DescriptionIt is a terminal emulator for communicating with the built-in Android shell. Emulates a reasonably large subset of Digital Equipment Corporation VT-100 terminal codes, so that programs like "vi", "Emacs" and "NetHack" will display properly.
Using the app you can run scrips, commands, run commands with administrator privileges (su), copy or edit system files.
This code is based on the "Term" application which is included in the Android source code release. It's provided as a separate project for the convenience of developers who do not want to deal with installing and building the whole Android source tree.
Although this program does not include a built-in ssh client, it can be used with command-line-based ssh tools such as Dropbear.
Android Terminal Emulator 1.0.41 seem to be the latest available version. Below you can find file(s) assigned to this version:
Description/changelog of Android Terminal Emulator 1.0.41:What's new in Android Terminal Emulator 1.0.41: · Fixed sticky-control-key issue with Android 3.0+ devices that have full keyboards. · Fixed terminal window size off-by-one error on Android 3.0+ tablet devices. · Added Portuguese translation. · Improved French and German translations.
Below are the earlier versions of Android Terminal Emulator. If you are aware of a newer version of Android Terminal Emulator or an older one, which is not listed here, please feel free to add it!
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