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YAY!! Real task management!

1st November 2008, 04:42 PM |#11  
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There is no pterminal in market on my g1

If they are working on it or updating it, the app will dissapear from the store for a short time. At the moment I cant even connect to the market.

Wait a few hours and check back
 
 
1st November 2008, 04:53 PM |#12  
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im using wireless and market is working with full acces





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If they are working on it or updating it, the app will dissapear from the store for a short time. At the moment I cant even connect to the market.

Wait a few hours and check back

1st November 2008, 05:02 PM |#13  
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im using wireless and market is working with full acces

I had to restart my device and it worked. tnx
2nd November 2008, 05:53 AM |#14  
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Not sure if this has been posted in the forum before but if you're connected via wifi (at least...?) you can run system/bin/telnetd in pTerminal then telnet to the IP of the phone... It'll drop you to what appears to be a root shell...

Thank you for the tip. It doesn't appear to be a root shell, BUT the process runs as root, which should be just as good as soon as I drop my own sshd in there... just have to compile for the right processor hehe...
2nd November 2008, 08:16 PM |#15  
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Not sure if this has been posted in the forum before but if you're connected via wifi (at least...?) you can run system/bin/telnetd in pTerminal then telnet to the IP of the phone... It'll drop you to what appears to be a root shell...

What did you type in exactly to get telnetd to run? Any flags you passed?

I'm trying /system/bin/telnetd from pterminal, but it never runs.
3rd November 2008, 01:49 AM |#16  
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What did you type in exactly to get telnetd to run? Any flags you passed?

I'm trying /system/bin/telnetd from pterminal, but it never runs.

I had to run it twice before it ran, then once it started it's like a watchdog process killed it after a few minutes.

do...

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# cd system
# cd bin
# telnetd
# ps
Then scroll to the bottom to see if it's running. THEN connect really quick, because it seems to die off fast .
3rd November 2008, 11:14 PM |#17  
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It seems that unless you first cd to system/bin running telnetd doesn't work. It also seems t-mobile does inbound filtering so I cannot root my phone remotely... :-/
4th November 2008, 12:01 AM |#18  
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It also seems t-mobile does inbound filtering so I cannot root my phone remotely... :-/

What if... you recompiled a VPN client for ARM and ran it on the phone, having it connected to your home network?

It would be a battery drainer for sure... Perhaps activate it with an SMS message? Or maybe a flag it checks for on a static html page every 10 minutes?
4th November 2008, 07:04 AM |#19  
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W00t. I figured everyone gave up on trying to root this thing. Now it seems the excitement has just begun.
5th November 2008, 08:39 PM |#20  
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That's reeeealy great!
Does anybody know how one can copy the files there? Regular 'cp' does not work there.
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