BusyBox (no root)

BusyBox (no root)


BusyBox for Non-Rooted devices adds the power of BusyBox to your phone without Root!

How to use BusyBox Non-Root:
- Step 1: Click on "Install" button to download BusyBox!
- Step 2: Click on "Copy" button to add BusyBox to your $PATH!
- Step 3: Click on "Open Terminal" button!
- Step 4: Paste the command you have already copied in Step 2 in the Terminal!

RUN THIS APPLICATION BEFORE THE TERMINAL EMULATOR and add "/data/data/burrows.apps.busybox/app_busybox/" to your $PATH

Required:
- Android Terminal Emulator Application

Add PATH to Emulator:
- In Terminal Emulator -> Preferences -> Initial command: "export PATH=$PATH:/data/data/burrows.apps.busybox/app_busybox/"

Provided extra Binaries:
add-property-tag, backup, bash, btool, busybox-ba, busybox.zip, check-lost+found, dexdump, drm1_func_test, dropbearkey, hcidump, hcitool, iwmulticall, latencytop, librank, micro_bench, multitouch, nano, ncat, ndiff, nmap, nping, opcontrol, openvpn, oprofiled, procmem, procrank, rawbu, rsync, run_backup, run_restore, sane_schedstat, scheduler, scp, showmap, showslab, sqlite3, ssh, ssmgrd, strace, tcpdump, wget and more!

Permissions requested:
- Internet: Download BusyBox binaries
- Script: Add $PATH to Terminal

BusyBox for Non-Rooted Devices by Jared Burrows
Visit: http://www.burrowsapps.com/
Find me on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+JaredBurrows
Send all suggestions to [email protected]

Recent changes:
- Provided better support for phones
- libncurses.so and libssh.so is NOW INCLUDED! This allows users to use "bash" and "ssh" and "scp" binaries!
- Clear your APP DATA and RE-INSTALL BusyBox!
- Make sure to copy the $PATH for the Terminal Emulator!
- Fixes
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About BusyBox (no root)
BusyBox for Non-Rooted devices adds the power of BusyBox to your phone without Root!

How to use BusyBox Non-Root:
- Step 1: Click on "Install" button to download BusyBox!
- Step 2: Click on "Copy" button to add BusyBox to your $PATH!
- Step 3: Click on "Open Terminal" button!
- Step 4: Paste the command you have already copied in Step 2 in the Terminal!

RUN THIS APPLICATION BEFORE THE TERMINAL EMULATOR and add "/data/data/burrows.apps.busybox/app_busybox/" to your $PATH

Required:
- Android Terminal Emulator Application

Add PATH to Emulator:
- In Terminal Emulator -> Preferences -> Initial command: "export PATH=$PATH:/data/data/burrows.apps.busybox/app_busybox/"

Provided extra Binaries:
add-property-tag, backup, bash, btool, busybox-ba, busybox.zip, check-lost+found, dexdump, drm1_func_test, dropbearkey, hcidump, hcitool, iwmulticall, latencytop, librank, micro_bench, multitouch, nano, ncat, ndiff, nmap, nping, opcontrol, openvpn, oprofiled, procmem, procrank, rawbu, rsync, run_backup, run_restore, sane_schedstat, scheduler, scp, showmap, showslab, sqlite3, ssh, ssmgrd, strace, tcpdump, wget and more!

Permissions requested:
- Internet: Download BusyBox binaries
- Script: Add $PATH to Terminal

BusyBox for Non-Rooted Devices by Jared Burrows
Visit: http://www.burrowsapps.com/
Find me on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+JaredBurrows
Send all suggestions to [email protected]

Recent changes:
- Provided better support for phones
- libncurses.so and libssh.so is NOW INCLUDED! This allows users to use "bash" and "ssh" and "scp" binaries!
- Clear your APP DATA and RE-INSTALL BusyBox!
- Make sure to copy the $PATH for the Terminal Emulator!
- Fixes

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A Google User
6 days ago
Works, Except for Nano and Bash Works well on my unrooted ASUS TF700, but nano and bash fail to run due to missing libncurses.so. Naturally, these were some of the executables I wanted the most. I'm rooted now, and TWRP insists on a different BusyBox implementation, so this one is getting uninstalled. Still a great option if you don't have root.
A Google User
Jul 15, 2014
Great Running andriod 2.2 no problems and is excellent one of the best apps
A Google User
Jul 11, 2014
M. Chl.
A Google User
Jul 9, 2014
Very useful Very good, it does exactly what it says on the tin: it gives you the BusyBox command set in a terminal. In addition to the Terminal Emulator mentioned, it also works well with the "Telnet Server / Network ADB" app. Now if only the path command were a little easier (perhaps I'll put it in a script somewhere).
A Google User
Jul 8, 2014
Not working I opened the app and did the first step to install the terminal then it said launch terminal I pressed it and the terminal opened and I don't know what to do next I pressed the back button after launch in but it wouldn't proceed towards next step I pasted what ever it said and nothing g happened