BotBrew Basil EXPERIMENTAL

BotBrew Basil EXPERIMENTAL

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This is an EXPERIMENTAL build of BotBrew that uses Dpkg and Apt instead of Opkg. It's a pretty rough work-in-progress and definitely has bugs, but it represents the future of BotBrew. So please be gentle :) and mind the bleeding edge!

ROOT privileges are required, as usual.
Only ARM is supported at the moment, but we'd like to support x86 and MIPS in the future if possible.

Usage details may be found on the xda-developers forum -- http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=26261600&postcount=119

Before deleting the BotBrew bootstrap directory, open the control/preferences window and hit *exit* to make sure everything has been unmounted properly.

Source: https://github.com/jyio/botbrew-gui
Issues: https://github.com/jyio/botbrew-gui/issues <- please report bugs here! or email botbrew@inportb.com

Tags: botbrew basil, botbrew, usb mode switch for sgs1 on cm, botbrew basil apk, botbrewbasil apk, botbrew basil experimental apk, botbrew opkg, jogos do jyio, botbrew basil usage, как работать с botbrew.

Recently changed in this version

- fix crash on android 2.2
- fix apt-get prompt during bootstrap
- rudimentary android 4.1 support (let us know if this works!)


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Comments and ratings for BotBrew Basil EXPERIMENTAL
  • (69 stars)

    by Alexander Pushkov on 23/01/2014

    Probably you just should enable user input

  • (69 stars)

    by Egor Kiryanov on 12/01/2014

    In this version all keyboards from Nexus 7 are not able to input in console during initial installation (apt-get configuration). Please fix it.

  • (69 stars)

    by Artem Imunhatep on 09/01/2014

    Cannot complite installation because console asks anything and does not accept any pressed key, even enter (( another thing is that boostrap script does not use provided custom botbrew install path. Otherwise idea is great. Will check later.

  • (69 stars)

    by Gael Abadin on 27/12/2013

    Using on a Pro Tab 2 XXL Jelly Bean 4.1 Stock ROM (Same as Go Clever A103) I couldn't input a requested option during apt-get setup because the stock keyboard would not write on the terminal window opened during installation. I had to close the app and when I tried to reinstall the whole system crashed and the tablet would not reboot (it got stuck on boot logo every time I tried). I had to reflash

  • (69 stars)

    by Matt Falcon on 19/12/2013

    Okay, I understand experimental. But what did this thing do, start trying to play with mounts?!! After installing this thing, it showed nothing available, so I assumed it was broken and forgot. Later, my wallpaper was gone (custom wallpaper slideshow app), "unfortunately,..." errors left and right, and trying to uninstall BotBrew just crashed Package Installer. Also needs a better description...

  • (69 stars)

    by teron kyn on 22/11/2013

    cant install pkg.zip

  • (69 stars)

    by Víðir Alexander Jónsson on 11/11/2013

    This originally wouldn't install on my rooted S4 i9505. After installing Cyanogenmod it finally "worked" but unfortunately, as I was in the middle of the process of installing debian I got stuck on a Y/N command since the shell wouldn't detect my keyboard. I eventually had to force quit and reboot my phone but that's where it began getting even more buggy. After uninstalling, deleting the bootstra