[APP] Remote Terminal - (Execute Any Shell Command by SMS) - Update 05/07/2013

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davidben73

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I have tried this app. but doesn't affect anything. superuser request is not shown when there is incoming command SMS.
should I install terminal emulator and busybox first?
 

mdsohail98

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First of all change logging in superSu to full content and then try
You don't need to install terminal emulator but install busybox because of busy box u can use more commands;)

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davidben73

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First of all change logging in superSu to full content and then try
You don't need to install terminal emulator but install busybox because of busy box u can use more commands;)

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it still won't work. I have change the logging to full content but nothing's happened. :(
I'm using handcent SMS. is it must be done with Stock SMS app?
 

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    REMOTE TERMINAL
    Execute any shell command by SMS

    Introduction:
    This app will read receiving sms and executes shell commands in them. It is very useful in many ways. You can delete your private data from your device in case you lost your phone. You can even turn off your device by this method. Every command that you execute in terminal emulators in your devices can be executed by this method. Every command is executed with super user permissions. So you have full control over your device by a simple sms. To stop any other people using this other than the owner, I added password protection for it.

    Instructions:
    1. Open the app (Remote Terminal)
    2. Enter "null" as the current password. (case sensitive)
    3. Enter anything as you wish as your password. (case sensitive)
    4. Start typing a sms from any device, anywhere in the world starting with your password. (CASE SENSITIVE)
    5.Enter your set of commands - each command in a NEW line
    (when starting terminal session it's in the root folder)

    Example: making a folder in sdcard named ravindu
    Code:
    yourpassword
    cd sdcard
    mkdir ravindu
    or
    Code:
    yourpassword
    mkdir sdcard/ravindu

    6.Send the sms to your device.
    7. You will be asked to grant SuperUser access to the app. Give permanent superuser permissions (only for the first time)

    You don't have to waste your sms by sending 1 sms for 1 command. Send all commands in 1 sms :)

    Requirements:
    A ROOTED device

    NOTE:
    Password is case sensitive in every place.


    Give me your comments and suggestions about this app. If I have any time, I will try to develop this app.


    See the 2nd post for a list of some useful commands

    SCREENSHOT:
    Screenshot_2013-04-28-11-08-35.png


    Flash it & enjoy!!!



    If you like my work, hit the THANKS button!!! :)


    Donate me if you think my work is valuable
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    List of Useful Commands

    1. reboot - reboot your device
    2. reboot -p - turn off your device
    3. rm data/dalvik-cache/*.* - clear dalvik cache
    4. rm sdcard/pictures - delete entire pictures folder from sdcard ( change the path to your desired folder to delete it )
    5. rm data/system/gesture.key - reset your pattern lock ( accepts any pattern you input )
    6.rm data/system/password.key - reset your password lock


    I'll update the list when I get more free time :)
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    U are determined to make some remote apps...
    Good going..

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    keep it up bro!!! I love that GUI :)
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    when you loss your phone, your SIM card was replaced! and you can not know Phone number, can we control by 3G or wifi?
    :D:D:D
    and can you give us all command of emulator?:D:D:D

    By default the only available commands for the emulator are :-
    Code:
    echo -- prints text to stdout.
    set -- sets shell variables
    export -- makes shell variables available to command-line programs
    cd -- change the current directory.
    pwd -- print name of the current directory.

    But if you have busybox installed on your device then you have many more commands like cp, rm and many more Linux commands;)

    @RavinduSha- Nice work bro. Happy programming:D
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