Want to execute arm compiled executable file on Android adb shell

by Tim » Thu, 18 Mar 2010 22:41:26 GMT


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I may be wrong, but I think the sdcard is mounted with the NOEXEC
flag, so you can't run programs from there. The best way is to
integrate the executable into your app as a native library using the
NDK.

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Want to execute arm compiled executable file on Android adb shell

by mah » Fri, 19 Mar 2010 03:00:23 GMT


 I believe you're right. On a Nexus One, if I "adb shell" in and issue
the "mount" command, it shows that /sdcard does indeed include the
noexec flag. It also includes nosuid (is that necessary considering
there's noexec?) and nodev.






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Want to execute arm compiled executable file on Android adb shell

by Parse » Thu, 22 Apr 2010 12:15:53 GMT


 Hey.........
Tim and mah.....
Thanks for your replies...
@Tim: I've used native library using NDK and it's working nice...

Thanks for your replies again.....






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