Tag: "linux commands"

Locale Execute Plug-in

Locale Execute Plug-in

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This plug-in for Locale lets you start Linux commands automatically, based on conditions.

It requires the Locale application, which is not free.

If you want to start normal Android applications, please use the Locale Shortcut Plug-in.

If you have root access, this plug-in can also use su to start Linux commands as root.

Users of Tasker who don’t have Locale installed please ignore the empty, non-functional menu buttons. Enter your commands and use the back button to save. The help page is the same as the developer’s web page.

Android Developer Shell

Android Developer Shell

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The Android Developer Shell allows you to run a telnet server on your Android device and allows you to spoof locations. Since it is a telnet server, you can easily test your own app without switching to another app (like location spoofer) for location spoofing. It also allows you to use normal linux commands on your mobile.