[code]busybox df -h[/code]
Shows the storage space
“MemTotal” = physical memory minus whatever is being shared with devices (such as the radio, DMA buffers, etc), so it will always be less than the advertised RAM for your tablet.
“MemFree” = whatever is not being used at all. This number will vary depending on what apps and services are running.
“Cached” = typically around 20 MB, that’s just how it is.
“SwapCached” = will always read zero. Android doesn’t actually use this apparently.
FILE SYSTEM SUPPORT
Will show you what file system support was rolled into the kernel. So if you connect a drive that is formatted in something odd you can see if it’s even possible for your phone to read it.
Shows you a list of the modules baked into the kernel.
Will show you the Linux kernel version (not particularly useful), but the number after the “#” sign will be the firmware build and it will also show you the full date of the build (useful since some firmware is referred to by the date rather than the build number).
Prints the message buffer of the kernel
RESTART ANDROID PHONE
[code]adb shell reboot[/code]
It restarts your phone
RESTART ANDROID PHONE INTO RECOVERY MODE
[code]adb shell reboot recovery[/code]
It restarts your phone into recovery mode
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