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I have SOC which run android 4.4. I have connect this to my network using LAN. Now I want to access android root file using my Ubuntu desktop. Something like ssh. How to do this?

  • @Firelord I am new in android world ...so I have tried from file explorer and I have dual boot of android and Ubuntu so tried to see android file system from Ubuntu...but not having success. I thought do it without install any app. is it possible? llike ssh (we use between target and host Ubuntu). – Mohan Sep 28 '15 at 12:05
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Droid VNC Server

Allows you to remote control your android within your computer.

Note:Your phone must be ROOTED!

Note:Will not work on Tegra3 Devices

On your android Phone:

  • Install Droid VNC Server from playstore.

  • Open the app and click on START.

  • It shows the ip-address and port number.Please note it down.

On your Ubuntu PC:

Install xtightvncviewer by running the below command,

sudo apt-get install xtightvncviewer

After installing xtightvncviewer run the below command to view your phone's screen,

vncviewer xxx.xx.xx.xx:xxxx

xxx.xx.xx.xx:xxxx - is already noted ipaddress:port


Or Use

WebKey

Using this application you can control your phone from any browser.

Note:Your phone must be ROOTED! On your android Phone:

  • Install WebKey app from playstore.

  • Open the app and select start service.

  • Note down the https link generated.

On that same application,go to settings->User settings->Click on Create new user to create a new user with login credentials.
On your Ubuntu PC:

  • Open any browser.I prefer firefox.Then paste the noted link on the address bar.It display like connection is not secure.Trust the connection and allow it to load.
  • After that a page will open and ask you to give the username and password.Login with the same username and password.
  • After loged into your account,you can view your phone and operate your android phone from there.



    Or Use

Team Viewer

Note: It will work on most devices

  • Install teamviewer on both Ubuntu PC and android phone to control your phone from PC.

    Hope it helps:).

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