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Better Terminal Emulator Pro Gain access to the Linux internals of your Android device with Better Terminal Emulator Pro. It is the most advanced terminal emulator and SSH client available for Android. If you have a phone with a physical keyboard, Better Terminal Emulator Pro allows you to use the soft keyboard by tapping the screen when the keyboard is closed. It also includes an SSH Client, Busy Box Enhanced Shell (Almquist Shell or BASH shell options) with command line editing, history, and filename completion to help you be more productive.
Better Terminal Emulator Pro also supports the [http://www.motorola.com/consumers/US-EN/Motorola-Wireless-Keyboard-US-EN.do?vgnextoid=d51386f10b1ec210VgnVCM10000081bbb00aRCRD Motorola Bluetooth Keyboard] when used with the [http://www.motorola.com/Consumers/US-EN/Consumer-Product-and-Services/Tablets/ci.MOTOROLA-XOOM-US-EN.overview Motorola Xoom].
Better Terminal Emulator Pro was recently selected as [http://truthseekernz.blogspot.com/2009/10/android-app-of-day-better-terminal.html Android App of the Day] on the Truth Seeker Blog. <br> Better Terminal Emulator Pro was featured in the Viewer Questions segment of the [http://revision3.com/hak5/runlinuxappsinanyos-x11overssh-multi-cameditingandmore Revision3 show HAK5 on September 29, 2010]. <br> [http://www.appbrain.com/app/com.magicandroidapps.bettertermpro?install Better Terminal Emulator Pro is a Paid App], available in the [http://market.android.com/details?id=com.magicandroidapps.bettertermpro Android Market] and on [http://www.appbrain.com/app/com.magicandroidapps.bettertermpro?install AppBrain].
If you are using a device without Market Access, or wish to inquire about site licensing for Better Terminal Emulator Pro, please Contact MagicAndroidApps. Alternatively, you can [http://www.amazon.com/MagicAndroidApps-com-Better-Terminal-Emulator-Pro/dp/B004I4FV1M/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=mobile-apps&qid=1300817544&sr=8-1 purchase Better Terminal Emulator Pro from the Amazon App Store].
Bluetooth Terminal Emulator is a complete VT-100/ANSI Terminal Emulator for connecting to Serial Bluetooth devices that use the SPP profile. Bluetooth Terminal Emulator leverages the powerful and intuitive terminal emulator engine used in Better Terminal Emulator Pro to provide the best terminal emulation possible for Android.
Bluetooth Terminal Emulator works with Serial Bluetooth Adapters such as the [http://www.sena.com/products/industrial_bluetooth/ Parani-SD series from SENA]. Bluetooth Terminal Emulator can be used by IT professionals to wirelessly manage equipment such as power controllers, routers, and servers from the convenience of their Android-powered device.
For a limited time, Bluetooth Terminal Emulator is being offered for a discounted price of $1.99 [http://www.appbrain.com/app/com.magicandroidapps.bluetoothterm?install in the Android Market]. This discount is being provided since Bluetooth Terminal Emulator is a brand new product, and I am looking for feedback about compatibility, features, bugs, etc. Purchasers of Bluetooth Terminal Emulator will always receive free updates with bug fixes, new features, and enhancements.
Bluetooth Terminal Emulator works with Android 2.0 and later devices, and has been tested to work on the Motorola Droid, Droid X, HTC EVO, and Google Nexus One. It should work on all other Android 2.0 and later devices as well, but please let me know if you experience difficulties.
iPerf for Android is a free application for measuring the performance of the network interfaces on your Android device. iPerf can perform TCP and UDP network benchmarks. iPerf requires two devices: one to act as an iPerf server, and another to act as an iPerf client. iPerf for Android can operate in either server or client mode, so basic testing can be performed using two Android devices; however, this is not ideal, as the throughput will be limited by the throughput of the slower device. For best results, use an iPerf server running on a Windows, Linux, or Mac computer.
The user interface is very basic (I plan to improve this) and essentially requires that you be very familiar with iPerf command-line parameters. Leaving the command line parameters blank, and pressing “Start” will display some information about each command-line parameter.
iPerf is a fairly elaborate and complicated tool to use, but does provide very good benchmarks. If you have problems using iPerf, search around the web for some hints.
You will also need to know the IP Address of the iPerf server you are connecting with. Here are some examples:
SIMH is a highly portable, multi-system simulator that simulates historically significant computers. It allows you to run operating systems and programs for some historic computers such as PDP-8, PDP-10, PDP-11, VAX, Data General Nova, Altair 8800, IMSAI 8080, and several IBM Mainframes.
You can [http://www.magicandroidapps.com/simh/ download software packages for SIMH/Android here.]
=Altairz80 icon.png SIMH/AltairZ80 Simulator =
[http://www.schorn.ch/cpm/intro.html SIMH/AltairZ80] is a
'free application' that simulates the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Altair_8800 Altair 8800], [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IMSAI_8080 IMSAI 8080], and several other historical computer systems based on the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/8080 Intel 8080], [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Z80 Zilog Z80] and the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/8086 Intel 8086] microprocessors.