BusyBox Install Pro (No Root)

BusyBox Install Pro (No Root)

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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

Required:
- Android Terminal Emulator Application

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

BusyBox combines tiny versions of many common UNIX utilities into a single small executable. It provides replacements for most of the utilities you usually find in GNU fileutils, shellutils, etc.

BusyBox is maintained by Denys Vlasenko, and licensed under the GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE version 2.

Provided extra Binaries:
bash, dexdump, dropbearkey, hcidump, hcitool, nano, ncat, ndiff, nmap, nping, rsync, scp, sqlite3, ssh, 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 burrowsapps@gmail.com

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Recently changed in this version

Added support for Android 5.0+, Click re-install!


Comments and ratings for BusyBox Install Pro (No Root)
  • (70 stars)

    by William Salathiel on 05/01/2015

    This app brings back to Android some of the power it lost when it devolved from unix/linux.

  • (70 stars)

    by arabia d on 08/12/2014

    I added text to "initial command" I installed, I opened terminal, I pasted, I typed ls, I typed busybox, and I got a message "busybox: can't execute: Is a directory. Bottom line. either the instructions are poor or the software is poor or this thing is fake and my phone just got screwed by some turd punk.

  • (70 stars)

    by Steve Evans on 27/11/2014

    I always wondered why no one did this until now because it is such a powerful app. I don't even like to call busybox a app because it is so much more, so kudo's to doing something that's a must for any Linux based distro. Thanks my dude!!

  • (70 stars)

    by Jeffrey Faudi on 31/03/2014

    Jrummy. Rules the. World

  • (70 stars)

    by joel orosco on 29/03/2014

    I was skeptical at first because I didn't know if it were possible to install busybox without root. Well this app answered my question. This app installs busybox on a non rooted device without any complications. I'd be glad to donate more. Thanks for such a great app.

  • (70 stars)

    by Caleb HInton on 13/03/2014

    Doesn't work well for me. Nmap and ssh (just to name a few) commands don't work. Also every time I open it, it says installing binaries... and never comes off that screen. I'm not sure if its supposed to do that, but I doubt it

  • (70 stars)

    by Ryan Cipriani on 09/02/2014

    Not all commands such as "bash" seem to have libraries, and many like ifconfig and tcpdump need root anyway, but it does give me some awesome utilities like date, find and wget. In addition to working utilities and a shortcut to starting terminal with these functions, it also has a feature to put the export command in clipboard to add yourself to terminal's initial command. This lets you use busy

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