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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by jiggad369, Aug 2, 2010.

  1. jiggad369

    jiggad369 Newbie
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    Sorry if this is a repost but i was looking for a app to use my DInc as a wirless mouse and keyboard for my home theater and found a app Cale RemoteDroid. It works like a charm. Just passing the word along.

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  2. gtcole

    gtcole Lurker

    If only that would work with the PS3, which is what I really want. Not sure why the HID bluetooth profile hasn't been implemented in Android yet.
  3. Jakaro

    Jakaro Android Enthusiast

    check out Gmote as well, lets you play music fast and simple from your pc, and also stream that music on your phone from your pc. Remote droid has a better mouse capability but gmote is good as well for different reasons.
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  4. JSS12

    JSS12 Android Enthusiast

    Not sure if you can answer, but I use gmote..

    it works perfectly for me EXCEPT.. it won't let me use the backspace on my DInc?? any thoughts?
  5. Annon2255

    Annon2255 Lurker

    This is sweet. Great find.

    I have a media computer that I use to watch movies and shows on my TV. I've been using a Bluetooth mouse and keyboard, but this is way better.
  6. sabrewings

    sabrewings Android Expert

    Works fine for me. Been using GMote since I got the Inc.
  7. Autonomy

    Autonomy Member

    I started to use UnifiedRemote a lot and I really like it. On top of being a mouse and keyboard it can also control power point and access and explorer. Also you can switch between task and control the power such as shut down and restart. Check it out.
  8. fearofth3dark

    fearofth3dark Well-Known Member

    I just thanked you using the mouse part of it but the keyboard won't work. Any ideas?
  9. airjordan223

    airjordan223 Android Enthusiast

    Used this on my girlfriends computer when she was talking to her sister on a web cam. Spooked them both out needless to say :)
  10. Joshuahist

    Joshuahist Member

    This worked awesome.
  11. domarp

    domarp Lurker

    i like unifiedremote to gmote, it's explorer option better and it opens files with system defaults where as gmote plays them using it's native app.
  12. cp1

    cp1 Android Enthusiast

    XBMC has some android remote control apps also -- both official and unofficial.

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