Note This shell is essentially a Unix ash albeit with a limited command set You can do ls for example but find grep and awk are not available in the shell

You can see the available command set in the shell by typing this at the shell prompt: #ls /system/bin

The # sign is the prompt for the shell. For brevity, we will omit this prompt in some of the following examples. In release 1.0 and 1.1, the preceding line brings up the commands:

dumpcrash

toolbox

am

hcid

dumpstate

route

input

setprop

itr

sleep

monkey

setconsole

pm

smd

svc

stop

ssltest

top

debuggerd

start

dhcpcd

umount

hostapd_cli

vmstat

fillup

wipe

linker

watchprops

logwrapper

sync

telnetd

netcfg

iftop

chmod

mkdosfs

date

mount

dd

mv

cmp

notify

cat

netstat

dmesg

printenv

df

reboot

getevent

ps

getprop

renice

hd

rm

id

rmdir

ifconfig

rmmod

insmod

sendevent

ioctl

schedtop

kill

ping

ln

sh

log

hciattach

lsmod

sdptool

ls

logcat

mkdir

servicemanager

dumpsys

dbus-daemon

service

debug_tool

playmp3

flash_image

sdutil

installd

rild

dvz

dalvikvm

hostapd

dexopt

htclogkernel

surfaceflinger

mountd

app_process

qemud

mediaserver

radiooptions

system_server

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