Sorry if these seems like some noob questions.
All I really want to do is edit some userdata for an installed plugin. Seems this tool should let me do that without learning adb commands / syntax and shell commands / syntax. Right?
Anyways second FireTV with XBMC 13.2 sideloaded the old fashioned way via minimal adb.
AFTV is 184.108.40.206_user_513011820
Launching adbFire 1.09 it connects just fine (Amazon updates on, adb running, device connected), but when I go to push / pull userdata or addons I get a dialog for selecting the file I want to pull but it says /system/bin/sh: su: not found - which I take to mean it needs super user to work?
If so, I am guessing I need to root the AFTV - but I think I read over on XBMC forums that this Amazon update that it took prevents that. Yes? No?
Thanks for the new additions I have installed busybox and ssh successfully, but when I try update the SSH password I get the following error:
./adb.exe -s 192.168.0.54:5555 shell su -c chmod 0755 /system/etc/init.d/02sshd
Unable to open /system/etc/init.d/02sshd: Not a directory
chmod error, system/etc/init.d/02sshd
Not sure if this would help others, but would it be possible to have the option of either installing Classic TV or ikono TV. I've been using 1.07 because upon rebooting, saying "classic tv app" into the microphone and installing that way is much easier than manually typing in ikono tv on the search.
This would also help when I set up a box for someone else. I set it up using my amazon account. After I log out to give it to my friend, the classic tv app disappears as does the XBMC icon. It's much easier once they log in to their account to just instruct them to hold down the microphone and say "Classic TV App", have it appear, and have them install that app, than do the manual search for ikono tv. Anyway...just my 2 cents.
I miss the classic tv app option, but i want all the new updates in your program as well.
Hi Jocala, thank you for all your work. When you install the sftp server, what is the username and password?
sshstart Usage: sshstart password -- arguments: the password you want to use
sshstop Usage: sshstop -- no arguments, immediately kills ssh server
sshstatus Usage: sshstatus -- no arguments, gives ssh server status
sshinit Usage: sshinit password -- arguments: the password you want to use (no spaces) this program creates the file /etc/init.d/02sshd that starts sshd at boot
sshboot Usage: sshboot -- arguments: rm Typing sshboot rm deletes the file /etc/init.d/02sshd that starts sshd at boot
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