For most, this would be the most
conventional method as there are many ftp clients
and servers already out there.
Some will let you drag n drop files from PC
directly to server directory.
root not required.
|1. Install an
server on you phone.
2. And an
client on your PC.
3. Copy your file from PC to phone using ftp.
e.g (PC)try.bas ->
4. Create a Launcher
shortcut on your phone, i.e BASIC!
interpreter, with try.bas as the
input filename. (you only need to do this
Now you can run the program anytime by just
pressing the shortcut !
Make sure your main program matches the name in the
shortcut on the phone (see manual method
This is the most convenient method as having a
mapped SMB drive means you can treat the shared
drive on your phone like any other drive.
1. First install
Samba Filesharing on your phone which will
phone's drive via wi-fi. (App
requires a rooted phone. if you are not rooted,
then use the ftp
2. Then, on your PC, find and map
the shared drive.
3. Use a
batch file to copy the .bas file to
linux : cp myfile.bas
windows : copy myfile.bas
versions for SciTE or Notepad++
|Enables an editor on a PC to
send a BASIC! program file to the phone and to run
it with the interpreter.
BASIC! interpreter must already be
BASIC! Launcher (WiFi) (receiver) must be
installed on the phone.
(sender) must be installed. It is called with the
Quick APK is an all-in-one solution which bundles
together the basic program, resources and the
XAB uses Gambas as a front end to a scripted
builder for linux.
ant and java/jdk. (installation
XQA is the same as XAB except it does away sdk and
Requires: gambas, and
(see xab installation
The lowest level of building is to use Eclipse with
Instructions for building this way is found in the