Skip to main content

18 Basic Android Terminal Emulator Commands

By Android Terminal Emulator C0mmands I refer to the commands you use on your Android Terminal Emulator.Android at its core or we can say basic level is a Linux Operating System, so it supports all Functionality that Linux has. But these Functionalities are often Limited by Android to its Users because it is of not much use for an Average User.




First to Use Terminal Emulator your Android Mobile Phone must be Rooted.If it is then it is Good but if you have not rooted your Android Phone then you can Read our Post The Easiest and Best way to Root any Android Smart Phone--Full Guide,which will Guide you through the Whole Process.
After Rooting your Android Device you can also Install the Best Android Hacking Apps by Reading our Post The Best Android Hacking Apps,which will help you Downloading all the Hacking Apps Directly and it Also States the Functionality of Apps.
Now You have to Download Terminal Emulator for your Android Device.You can Download it From Here.

Basic Commands for Android Terminal Emulator ::

1)chmod : This Command is used to Give or Take away the Rights from File.

2)cat : This Command is used to Look,Modify or Combine a File.

3)cd : This Command is used to Change Directory.

4)dd : This Command is used to Copy the Exact Location to other.

5)df : This Command is used to Show how much Disk Space is Free.

6)du : This Command is used to Show the Disk Usage of Files.

7)exit : This Command is used to Exit the Emulator Terminal.

8)grep : This Command is used to Search within a File for a Text String.

9)ifconfig : This Command is used to Get the Network Interface Communication.

10)kill : This Command is used to kill a Process by PID .

11)ls : This Command is used to List all the Files within a Directory.

12)mv : This Command is used to Move a File from one Location to another.

13)ping : This Command is used to see that the Internet Host is Up or not.

14)ps : This Command is used to Show all the Running Processes. 

15)reboot : This Command is used to Reboot your Device.

16)rm : This Command is used to Delete a File or Directory.

17)su : This Command is used to Switch From a Normal user to Super User.

18)uptime : This Command is Used to Display how Long it has been since you have last Rebooted your Device.

Don't forget to Subscribe our YouTube Channel and like our Facebook Page.

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

How to hack Andriod using Stagefright Vulnerability

Today i am going to demonstrate a exploit to take reverse shell in android,before i explain the demo i want to explain some things related to  this hack or exploit and also this for education and awareness about security of your devices.
What is Stagefright?
Android includes Stagefright, a media playback engine at the native level that has built-in software-based codecs for popular media formats.

Stagefright audio and video playback features include integration with OpenMAX codecs, session management, time-synchronized rendering, transport control, and DRM.

Stagefright also supports integration with custom hardware codecs provided by you. To set a hardware path to encode 
and decode media, you must implement a hardware-based codec as an OpenMax IL (Integration Layer) component.  

How hacker can exploit this Stagefright Library?
This critical vulnerability was discovered by a researcher at Cyber Security Firm called Zimperium. This  vulnerability is a type of buffer overflow attack and in thi…

The Best way to Track your Facebook Login Location and Receive the Login Alerts

I think about One-Fourth of the total world population is on Facebook and Whatsapp. Facebook hacking has become common so we all should look towards our safety so that no one else could use our account for something doing illegal purposes and we should know that when our account was last logged in and from which location.

By the Way Facebook provides both the Features for your Safety and has a lot of many Additional Features.When someone or you log in into your account, facebook notify you by sending you a message at your Registered Phone Number and your registered Email-ID.It also has a feature that you can see at which place you were last logged in.

Follow the Below Steps to Track your Facebook Login Location ::

1)First of all open up a browser and log in into your Facebook account.
2)At the Right most End below the Address Bar there will be a Down Arrow.Click on that arrow.
3)Now click on the Settings Option.Then Click on Security below the General option.
4)Now click on the Edit button …

How to Transfer Your Android SmartPhone to PC from Wifi Wirelessly The Best Way

Everybody in today's World is on Internet and they have become very Modern and Work Smartly in their life and make full use of the Internet to do their work more efficiently and Simply.
If you have a Android Smart Phone,What would you do if you want to see your mobile stuff on your Windows ?Buy a Card Reader or use a Data Cable or use Shareit or something like that to transfer your Data to your Windows and Then Access it.
I got a Better and Of course a Smart Way to do this with a help of a Simple app called Airdroid.And I bet you that It will the Best Android App you have ever seen.

Follow the Below Steps to Transfer your Android Phone to PC ::

1)Download the Airdroid App from PlayStore and install it.
2)Open the App and first Sign Up.You can Sign up using Google+,Facebook or Twitter also.
3)A small Window will appear asking for View all App and System Notifications on the Computer in real time.Click on the Enable Button.
4)Then your Mobile Accessibility Settings will be open.Under the S…