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Simply the best remote control for Windows Media Centre available for android. Download the setup from https://sites.google.com/site/myremoteandroid/ and run. Right click the myRemote taskbar icon to find your IP number. Type it into settings. Hit Green Media Center button. Enjoy! Support us with "myRemote Donate" Content rating: Not rated... Read More

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Old June 7th, 2010, 01:32 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default myRemote: great remote

i use this all the time so i can listen to music out side well my laptop is hooked up inside to house speakers. The only issue/complaint is the volume control.

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Default MyRemote over 3G

For anyone that is interested, you can use MyRemote over your 3G network.

All you have to do is forward ports 9875 to 9878 on your router to your PC running the myRemote software.

Then use your router's IP address (from your internet provider) in your myRemote software on your droid.

It is surprisingly responsive and there is no need to drain your battery running WIFI.
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For anyone that is interested, you can use MyRemote over your 3G network.

All you have to do is forward ports 9875 to 9878 on your router to your PC running the myRemote software.

Then use your router's IP address (from your internet provider) in your myRemote software on your droid.

It is surprisingly responsive and there is no need to drain your battery running WIFI.
Hi, thanks for this info, however it doesn't work for me. I am familiar with forwarding ports and other ports I forward do work. Are these ports you listed supposed to be tcp, udp, or both?

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Hey, I emailed the developer and he replied and now I have it working.

The only port needed is 9876 and it is UDP.
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P.S. WiFi actually uses less battery than 3G.

Don't believe me? Google it.
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