Ice Cold Apps
50,000 - 100,000 downloads
by Philip Rodrigues on 05/04/2014
Does not work as required on n7 ssh password is not recognized by Ubuntu ssh client. Permission denied. No further info offered.
by ΕΥΑΓΓΕΛΟΣ ΛΟΥΤΑΣ on 03/04/2014
by Philip Peake on 29/03/2014
If I have root this should run on port 22. Not being able to without hacking around with port forwarding is a deal breaker for me.
by Tomi Haapaniemi on 27/03/2014
Do what is promised
by Rohit Patel on 26/03/2014
Can be better ... :)
by Steven Crayne on 23/03/2014
But I cannot unlock my screen with the home button when ssh server is open.
by Clint Pachl on 17/03/2014
This software works great on my Nexus 5. I use it to transfer podcasts from my OpenBSD machine over WIFI. I get about 2.5 MB/s transfer rate which is slower than wired USB but more convenient. I set up SSH keys to make secure connections without a passwor
by Eduardo Lütz on 16/03/2014
This is an excellent app. It would be even better if ir could support sshfs.
by Eduardo LÃ¼tz on 16/03/2014
by Robert Micsutka on 16/03/2014
This one is slow, unreliable, and does not support wide screen (characters are cut in each lines after 80 characters) The better one is this: Rooted SSH/SFTP Daemon web.oss.sshsftpDaemon
by Nhelson Bontuyan on 14/03/2014
by Andrei Egorov on 12/03/2014
SSH server works but when I copying files using SCP server crashes randomly every minute.
by Mark Fee on 08/03/2014
Minor gripe in that the shell hangs on exit, but this can be worked around. Perfect for mapping an Android share from Linux using sshfs
by Jack Davis on 08/03/2014
User interface seems unusual and lacks notifications when a SSH service fails to start, but the log is detailed and helpful. Port forwarding RDP works well as an alternative to tethering, once USB networking is functioning correctly. An active SSH server
by David Cunningham on 06/03/2014
This does pretty much everything you'd expect it to. Only issue I've seen so far is a bug in the ssh port entry field. Typing more than 3 digits causes the field to go blank effectively preventing you from specifying a port number over 999. I worked aroun