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Old January 2nd, 2011, 07:27 PM   #18 (permalink)
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The downside to that would be that you'd either have to 1) enable connectBot whenever you wanted to use the shell remotely - which means you have both the phone and the computer accessible, so it is only a matter of finding the USB cable to connect them directly, or 2) You leave the port forwarding on all the time - and then you have unbridled access to your phone b/c of the SSHd running - which means anyone else with *nix skills also has access to the phone if they know the IP address....right?

Or would they still need to log into the remote *nix box first and then get unbridled access to the phone?

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