I modified the script attached in http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1366934, for LG Revo.
I merely changed /bin/hostname to /system/xbin/hostname, which is the correct path to access the hostname command in GingerVolt 1.3
Run using script manager, (su and on-boot).
Why change hostname ? Well by default the hostname is something like 'android_<IMEI-NO>', which is way too long, and makes it difficult to spot your device in your routers 'attached devices' log.
Change the "LGRevo" in the line "devName=LGRevo", to what ever hostname you like.
#!/system/bin/sh #change devName to whatever you want. devName=LGRevo if [ "$(/system/xbin/hostname)" = "$devName" ] && [ "$(getprop net.hostname)" = "$devName" ] then echo "Device hostname does not need to be changed." else echo "Device hostname is being changed to $devName." /system/xbin/hostname $devName setprop net.hostname $devName if [ "$(/system/xbin/hostname)" != "$devName" ] && [ "$(getprop net.hostname)" != "$devName" ] then echo "Device hostname has not been changed." else echo "Device hostname has been successfully changed." fi fi