[clug] Acer beTouch E130 (Android 1.6) smartphone
mikal at stillhq.com
Wed Jan 5 22:00:48 MST 2011
On 1/6/11 3:25 PM, Robert Edwards wrote:
> On 06/01/11 15:16, Michael Carden wrote:
>> I don't know anything at all about your Acer handset, but I can tell
>> you that on my HTC Magic I downloaded ConnectBot from the Android
>> marketplace and it gives me either a local terminal to type in or an
>> ssh connection to a console on other machines.
> I, too, recently procured yet another Android device, this time an
> Optus My Tab (ZTE) running Android 2.1 (7" screen, GPS, WiFi, Bluetooth,
> 3G, 512MB RAM etc. $279 from Dick Smith with a 3GB Optus Pre-paid SIM,
> normally worth $50. Small, light, good battery life - I wish it had a
> multi-touch screen... But then it is half the size and half the weight
> of an iPad and less than a third the cost...).
> I installed ConnectBot (on Mikal Still's advice - thanks Mikal!), from
> the ConnectBot site (my non-US website policy precludes me from using
> the Android Marketplace...). However, this device, like my previous two
> Androids, doesn't have the magic "touchpad" with the centre button,
> making it difficult (impossible?) to issue an ESC or Ctrl key sequence
> in ConnectBot. Anyone know a work-around?
My Galaxy Tab similarly has no physical keyboard or trackball. If you
tap on the part of the screen where the text for your session appears,
you should get virtual ctrl and escape keys.
> I am currently setting up the Android SDK on my Lucid desktop so that
> I can "hack" the ConnectBot code, I hope. Gonna take a while, though.
Is ConnectBot open source?
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