SSHDroid

SSHDroid


SSHDroid is a SSH server implementation for Android.
This application will let you connect to your device from a PC and execute commands (like "terminal" and "adb shell") or edit files (through SFTP, WinSCP, Cyberduck, etc...).

If you like this application, you can consider supporting it by upgrading to the pro version with more feature like:
- Extended notification controls
- Homescreen and lockscreen widget
- Shared-key authentication
- WiFi autostart whitelist
- Automation with intents support
- AdFree

FAQs:
q: How can I access to my device once the application is running?
a:
Windows users:
- File Transfer: WinSCP (http://winscp.net).
- Remote Shell: PuTTY (http://goo.gl/XbTF)

Linux users:
- File Transfer: natively supported by most file managers (like Nautilus or Dolphin), just enter the sftp address displayed as "Location".
- Remote Shell: run 'ssh' from the terminal.

Mac users:
- File Transfer: Cyberduck (http://cyberduck.ch).
- Remote Shell: run 'ssh' from the terminal

q: How can I upgrade to the pro version?
a: If you previously purchased SSHDroidPro on Google Play, the new version will automatically detect it and upgrade to pro otherwise you can unlock it as in-app purchase.

q: Why my transfer speed decrease when I turn off the screen?
a: Enable the option 'Lock Wifi'. If your device is running at least Android 2.3.x, you should get full speed transfer even when the screen is off, otherwise enable the option 'Lock screen' too.

q: How can I use a shared key with Putty/Winscp?
a: You have to generate a key from the application in OpenSSH format and use Puttygen to import/convert it in ppk format. A recent version of Puttygen (>= 0.61) is required!

q: Is root required to run this application?
a: root is optional but not required.

q: How can I automate the application start/stop?
a:
Use the following broadcast intents:
start: berserker.android.apps.sshdroid.command.START
stop: berserker.android.apps.sshdroid.command.STOP

Recent changes:
2.1.2
- Fixed the start/stop UI issue

2.1.1
- Preliminary Android 5 support (may not work with root yet)

2.1.0
- rsync is now included in SSHDroid (sperimental build with libiconv support)
- Fixed a problem with importing keys >= 2048 bit
- Fixed a problem with in-app purchase restore
- Google Play Services updated
- Optimized layout for tablets
- Minor UI changes
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File size
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About SSHDroid
SSHDroid is a SSH server implementation for Android.
This application will let you connect to your device from a PC and execute commands (like "terminal" and "adb shell") or edit files (through SFTP, WinSCP, Cyberduck, etc...).

If you like this application, you can consider supporting it by upgrading to the pro version with more feature like:
- Extended notification controls
- Homescreen and lockscreen widget
- Shared-key authentication
- WiFi autostart whitelist
- Automation with intents support
- AdFree

FAQs:
q: How can I access to my device once the application is running?
a:
Windows users:
- File Transfer: WinSCP (http://winscp.net).
- Remote Shell: PuTTY (http://goo.gl/XbTF)

Linux users:
- File Transfer: natively supported by most file managers (like Nautilus or Dolphin), just enter the sftp address displayed as "Location".
- Remote Shell: run 'ssh' from the terminal.

Mac users:
- File Transfer: Cyberduck (http://cyberduck.ch).
- Remote Shell: run 'ssh' from the terminal

q: How can I upgrade to the pro version?
a: If you previously purchased SSHDroidPro on Google Play, the new version will automatically detect it and upgrade to pro otherwise you can unlock it as in-app purchase.

q: Why my transfer speed decrease when I turn off the screen?
a: Enable the option 'Lock Wifi'. If your device is running at least Android 2.3.x, you should get full speed transfer even when the screen is off, otherwise enable the option 'Lock screen' too.

q: How can I use a shared key with Putty/Winscp?
a: You have to generate a key from the application in OpenSSH format and use Puttygen to import/convert it in ppk format. A recent version of Puttygen (>= 0.61) is required!

q: Is root required to run this application?
a: root is optional but not required.

q: How can I automate the application start/stop?
a:
Use the following broadcast intents:
start: berserker.android.apps.sshdroid.command.START
stop: berserker.android.apps.sshdroid.command.STOP

Recent changes:
2.1.2
- Fixed the start/stop UI issue

2.1.1
- Preliminary Android 5 support (may not work with root yet)

2.1.0
- rsync is now included in SSHDroid (sperimental build with libiconv support)
- Fixed a problem with importing keys >= 2048 bit
- Fixed a problem with in-app purchase restore
- Google Play Services updated
- Optimized layout for tablets
- Minor UI changes

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Aug 21, 2015
drops on connect The program runs but after entering username and password, the connection closes. Log says normal exit
A Google User
Aug 20, 2015
Great tool I bought pro version just to support devs. I love that you included rsync support. You guys rock!
A Google User
Aug 10, 2015
Works but... The pro version doesn't work on a my development platform, where I don't have Google play installed. Please fall back to pro when in app purchases are not available on a device OR allow pro users to download a pro enabled APK from within the app
A Google User
Aug 7, 2015
Uncommonly lacking functions Only the "root" login name is available ? What if we need to have more users ? Also, log shows key handshake dialog for all my (failed) connection attempts. Why is that ? Sometimes we need to use simple username/password authentication.
A Google User
Aug 2, 2015
Simple and usable in my Redmi 1S.