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Command list

Here's a list of supported commands by AndroIRC:

Note: arguments inside [ ] are optionals. All others arguments are mandatory.

Base commands

Command Description
/server address[:port] Connect to the server adress:port
/quit [quit message] Disconnect from the current server, using optional [quit message]
/join #channel or /j #channel Join the specified channel.
/nick new_nick or /n new_nick Change your nick to new_nick.
/k nick [reason] Kick the specified user with the specified reason.
/part [reason] or /p [reason] Leave the current channel with [reason].
/pv nick or /query nick Open a new private with nick.
/hop Leave and rejoin automatically the current channel.
/clear Clear all the messages from the current channel.
/ctcp command Send the CTCP command.
/quote command Send the raw command to the server.
/msg #channel message Send message to #channel.
/ping Ping the server.
/mode target mode [parameters] or /m target mode [parameters] Set mode mode to target.
/whois nick or /w nick Get whois informations about nick.
/umode mode [parameters] or /um mode [parameters] Set mode on yourself.
/voice [nick] or /v [nick] Give voice to nick. If there's no parameters, give voice to yourself.
/halfop [nick] or /h [nick] Give halfop to nick. If there's no parameters, give halfop to yourself.
/op [nick] or /o [nick] Give op to nick. If there's no parameters, give op to yourself.
/devoice [nick] or /dv [nick] Take voice to nick. If there's no parameters, take voice to yourself.
/dehalfop [nick] or /dh [nick] Take halfop to nick. If there's no parameters, take halfop to yourself.
/deop [nick] or /do [nick] Take op to nick. If there's no parameters, take op to yourself.
/me [text] Send a CTCP action.
/kb nick [reason] Kick & ban nick with reason.
/topic [channel] [topic] Set channel's topic to topic.
/charset charset Change the charset for the current server to charset. Experimental deleted in AndroIRC 4.0
/sleep time Sleep time milliseconds. Can't be greater than 15 seconds (15000 milliseconds).This command can only be used in custom commands sent at connection. since AndroIRC 3.1
/ignore [-lrcpni] username

Ignore a user from the specified flags

  • c for channel
  • p for private
  • n for notice
  • i for invite
  • l lists all ignored users. You can also specify some flags to restrict the list (ie, /ignore -lc)
  • r removes an ignored user. You can also specify some flags to remove (ie, /ignore -rc user removes the Channel flag from user)
  • username: the username to ignore. I can be a full username or a regex (AndroUser, Andro*, etc.)
  • /ignore -cp AndroUser ignores AndroUser for Channel and Private
  • /ignore -r removes all users from ignore list
  • /ignore -lc list all users ignored for Channel

since AndroIRC 3.3

/np Now Playing. Show a message on the current channel with informations about the currently playing media (works only with media player supporting the com.android.music.playstatechanged intent)
Command Description
/keyex [nick] Exchange blowfish key with nick using the DH1080 protocol. If nick is not specified, you need to use the command inside a PV view. Your device needs to run Android 2.3 or above in order to use blowfish. since AndroIRC 3.0
<BOOKMARK:fish_add_key> /key [id] key

Set the blowfish key for id to key. id could be a nick or a channel. If id is not specified, the key is set for the current channel (or the current user if inside a PV view). Your device needs to run Android 2.3 or above in order to use blowfish. since AndroIRC 3.0

Starting with AndroIRC 4.0, you can prefix the key with either cbc: or ebc: to force the blowfish algorithm used

/delkey [id] Remove the blowfish key associated to id. id could be a nick or a channel. If id is not specified, the key is set for the current channel (or the current user if inside a PV view). Your device needs to run Android 2.3 or above in order to use blowfish. since AndroIRC 3.0

File transfer (DCC)

File transfer (DCC) support was added in AndroIRC 5

Command Description
/dcc nick [filename] Send [filename] to nick. If [filename] is not specified, a dialog is opened prompting the user for a filename since AndroIRC 5

Every unknown commands sent using /command will be send as raw command to the server. For example, sending /nickserv help will send NICKSERV help to the server (notice that the / has been removed)

commands.txt · Last modified: 2015/02/05 12:04 (external edit)