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Use cmd notification: cmd notification post [flags] <tag> <text> If you are root notification will not be displayed: su -lp 2000 -c "cmd notification post -S bigtext -t 'Title' 'Tag' 'Multiline text'"


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Shutdown as a command requires root The simple answer is you can't perform a shell command from within an app for shutdown an Android system unless your device is rooted. For performing the shutdown command on Android special permissions are required. When triggering a shutdown via UI the command is internally forwarded to a component that has the ...


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First on Android each app has an own user-id/account, hence u0_a312is the user of the app that runs the ssh server. Regular Linux user accounts like myuser don't exist on Android. Based on the path /storage/6632-6330/ I would assume that you are trying to access the external sd-card. On a non-rooted device write access to ext-sd is not possible on Android ...


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Don't ever copy files out of /sdcard/, for this task you should leave the files where they are. In order to copy files using SimpleSSHD, simply connect and copy: assuming you've left the default port of 2222 you can do this, SCP File Transfer host=192.168.1.228 scp -r "scp://root@${host}:2222//sdcard/DCIM/OpenCamera" . RSYNC over SSH File Transfer ...


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For me with an Android 4 device reboot doesn’t have a -p option, but there’s an alternative: su -c "am start -a android.intent.action.ACTION_REQUEST_SHUTDOWN" This is what’s used by Android as well, see AndroidManifest.xml. If you want to perform a more graceful shutdown broadcast ACTION_SHUTDOWN first, e.g.: su -c "am broadcast android.intent.action....


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