10,000 - 50,000 downloads
by Derek Piper on 28/12/2013
Samsung Galaxy S4, Android 4.3, rooted. Cannot find pid of dropbear
by Wolf acp on 05/12/2013
#!/system/bin/sh umask 000 /data/data/com.teslacoilsw.quicksshd/dropbear/dropbear.real "$@" Since QuickSSHd (and therefore dropbear) run as root, you don't need to change ownership of dropbear.pid. A quick fix for the QuickSSHd authors is to use su to r
by Martyn Davis on 07/11/2013
As others are saying, it doesn't work, claiming Dropbear's PID can't be found. I, like the others, am getting zero response from Tesla after two weeks & several emails. Uninstalling & will be seeking refund.
by Sandro Jurado on 23/10/2013
Stopped worked with Jellybean.
by Luke Simcock on 10/10/2013
I'm having a problem on the latest android 4.3 Cyanogenmod when starting the app it says "Could not start dropbear:".
by Donald Hayward on 03/08/2013
App loses the sshd PID and can't close it.
by Paddy Rooney on 06/07/2013
Tesla please give me some updates like fixing the permissions issue
by James Skaggs on 03/07/2013
Apparently, this does not work as of JellyBean and folks are wondering if there is any active development. When it worked, it was 5 stars. You *can* make this work, but it takes some monkeying around. Google: quicksshd jellybean site:tolaris.com. Easy
by William Backshi on 26/06/2013
Like others, stopped working since JellyBean and hasn't been updated for a long time. 2 stars for old times' sake, currently useless.
by Tiger Fok on 18/06/2013
But now with root access it will complain cannot find dropbear PID. Still functioning normally but I can't stop service. SuperSU 1.32 Android 4.2.2 @ Nexus 4
by Matthew Knill on 11/06/2013
For some reason it gives me an error every time I try to run the sever. I have installed/granted everything it has asked me.
by Shay Clark on 02/06/2013
The app works, and works well, however I constantly get errors when attempting to start it. Errors revolve around either 22 being used, or being unable to find the dropbear PID. I'm assuming that the port error is because the app is already running... as
by Ερής Έξαλλος on 02/06/2013
Won't start dropbear on Nexus 4.
by Stephen Hemingway on 17/03/2013
The great thing about this little app is that it allows one to browse the filesystem of one's phone over the (wireless) network. Just mount a drive using ssh and bob's your uncle! I am using Ubuntu on my PC, but I'd guess there is some way of doing this i
by A Google User on 11/03/2013
Please fix for Jelly Bean! Love this app too much to abandon it :)