Download Remote Control Free apk 0.3 free for Android smartphone
Apk file size: 237.0 KB
Download the PC software from http://daniel-baumann.at/RemoteControlServer.jar and telecontrol your PC!
Remote Control allows you to use your device as wireless PC-mouse and keyboard.
• Use as mouse
→ Like a touch pad
→ Like a pointer stick
→ With the accelerometer
• Use as keyboard
• Use as Media control
→ Change the volume (Linux only)
• Configuration by QR-Code
• Discover server via network
As most android devices are not able to act as BlueTooth HID device the app needs a network connection to the target PC where the Remote Control Server is running.
The app allows you to save the Server application on the SD-Card. Simply copy it to the target PC (or download it from http://www.daniel-baumann.at/RemoteControlServer.jar) and execute it as Java application.
I will continue developing this tool and I am deeply grateful for your feedback and feature requests.
• Encrypted communication to the PC
• The app requests as less permissions as possible
• Internet: for connection to the PC you want to control
• Read/write on SD-Card: for downloading the Server App onto the SD-Card
Want to help me
You can also help developing the app. The project is open source.
Contact me by mail: [email protected]
→ Server supports custom port using -Dport=... parameter
→ Fixed networking problem in newer android versions
→ UDP support added (for fast connections)
→ Translations added (app & server) (en, de, es)
→ Bug in closing server fixed
→ Scroll bug fixed
→ Use as mouse
→ Use as keyboard
→ Configuration by QR-Code
→ Discover server via network
→ Encrypted communication
daba part of our Tools and have average installs from 1000 to 5000. Last Update Nov. 17, 2013. Google play rating is 85.4546. Current verison is 0.3. Actual size 237.0 KB.
Good Very useful but not the best. Why does the qrcode pop up on the lap top every time I exit the app on the phone? I have to walk to the laptop to close it. Kills its own usefullness.
Wwaayy too sensitive I would love to give it a perfect score, but it is much too sesitive (Linux Mint 17). A sensitivity setting would be highly useful