November 14th, 2012, 09:04 PM
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I know, it's an old post. But, I thought of a way.
But perhaps not as 'remote' as the initial poster wants.
Consider this: Android phones (at least the Motorola models I had) whenever the battery drained all the way down, and you plugged it into the charger, the phone turned on.
Now, say you had a fully drained phone, and had it connected to the charger, and the charger was connected to a surge protector with remote on capability. Theres a surge protector like the Belkin-Conserve-Switch-8-Outlet-Surge-Protector-with-Remote, and it has a 60 ft range on the remote.
So, as soon as you turn on the surge protector, the phone should technically turn on as well.