Latest Version: 1.0.63
Updated December 14, 2014
- Small improvements and bug fixes.
- Built with Android Studio 1.0 / NDK r10d
- Added Serbian translation.
- Updated Slovak translation.
Access your Android’s built-in Linux command line shell. Unleash your inner geek!
- Full Linux terminal emulation.
- Multiple windows.
- Launcher short cuts.
- UTF-8 text. (Arabic, Chinese, Greek, Hebrew, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Thai, etc.)
- Completely free. No ads, no in-app-purchases, no nag screens, nothing.
- If you are having trouble entering text, try installing the free “Hacker’s Keyboard IME”. (Especially if you have a Samsung or HTC device.)
- This app isn’t a game emulator.
- This app won’t help you root your phone or change your phone’s IMIE.
- You need to know (or be willing to learn) how to use the Linux command line to use this app.
- You may want to install a set of command line utilities like “Busy Box” or “Debian chroot” in order to add commands beyond the commands that come built into your Android device.
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Added on September 10, 2012
- 256-color mode
- Setting window title via escape sequences.
- Re-enabled bold & underline text.
- Smoother fling scrolling.
- Less sensitive side-to-side flipping between windows.
- Added Intent Chooser support for “Email To” menu item.
- Improved translations for Russian and Portugese.
Added on October 22, 2012
- New features: Spanish translation
- Bug fixes: Alt Key should work again for typing characters on phones with physical keyboards.
Added on November 23, 2012
Added on January 26, 2013
New icon designed by Nathanel Titane, firstname.lastname@example.org, TNDesigns
Cursor now shows toggle state of ctrl/shift/alt/Fn keys.
Combining accents now work on physical keyboards.
Added partial translations for
+ nb nl pl pt-rPT sk sv zh-rTW
Improved Japanese translation. Thanks monaka!
+ Fixed large text paste ANR (Issue #198).
+ Function keys F1 to F4 now send correct escape sequences for all TERM types.
+ External Hardware keyboard Ctrl and Fn key processing improved.
- New Solarized Light / Dark color schemes.
- Automatically sets a HOME directory, can be manually overridden in Preferences.
- Preference to lock rotation to landscape or portrait.
- Experimental support for android.permission.ACCESS_SUPERUSER.
- (Only works if you install a compatible super-user application such as ClockworkMod Superuser.)
- A new Korean translation.
- Updated French, Polish, Russian and Ukrainian translations.
Added on November 17, 2013
- Tap on a URL to open it in a browser.
- New xterm terminal emulator mode.
- Alternate screen buffer supported
- ECMA-48 Status Report
- Fixed 16-color blink attribute emulation.
- Optional keyboard shortcuts:
- Control-Shift-N: New Window
- Control-Tab: Cycle through windows
- Control-Shift-V: Paste
- Improved translations for many languages.
Added on May 23, 2014
- a “Term” widget lets you create launcher icons to run favorite commands. Long-press on desktop, tap on Widgets, tap on Term, fill out dialog box.
- a “Term Here” intent lets you open Android Terminal Emulator at a given directory. Works with third-party file managers. Select “Term Here” in the file manager’s “share” menu for a directory.
- auto-linkification now requires a “http://” or “https://” at the front of a link.
- Improved French translation.
- Term Shortcut dialog now uses Holo theme if available.
- Term Shortcut dialog no longer crashes on very old (cupcake) versions of Android.
- Improved Hungarian, Slovak, Spanish translations.
Added on 19700101
- Small improvements and bug fixes.
- The Term shortcut dialog box now has its own file picker in case you don’t have a third-party file manager installed.
- Bug fixes:
- Fixed crash when tapping on the last character of a hyperlink and the link was the last text in a line.
- Improved handling of multibyte characters.
- Updated Hungarian translation.