Android device as a keypad or mouse on your PlayStation 3 3. The app, BlueputDroid, has been released in beta form and allows your phone’s display to be used as a cursor and virtual or physical keypad to input text message. This app could also be used for your PC, for those that really want the most following that device(s). In any event it could save quite a little of money on buying cellular input devices for your playthings (provided they have Bluetooth and are supported). A limited variety of devices supported at present but it’s being actively developed so something to keep an eye on even if it doesn’t cover your device right now.
Promising, but the reviews are not looking good. Current insufficient Windows support is a nagging problem for some, but this is actually the one to watch. It generally does not offer you a complete keyboard, it’s meant more as a remote for wireless presenting or audio/video settings, etc. (much like old SonyEricsson feature phones, e.g. the K- vor W-series did).
It seems inactive at the moment (last release from 2010) which is not in the play store. I’ve not attempted it myself but PRemoteDroid claims it works over Bluetooth. Use your telephone as a remote control device (like GMote) for your personal computer over-Wifi and Bluetooth! As a note, this appears to require the managed PC side run a server program.
- Exercise: Influence view design at runtime
- Finish the others operations regarding to prompts
- Online tutorial videos
- Go to the Security tab and choose Edit
- What are some good things to do before you copyright your projects? Select everything that apply
- Auto setup all service same like as your supplier’s server
- Does not require internet connection for it to work
- Click on “I want to pick from a summary of device motorists on my computer”
Yep, looks that way :/ My other answer appears to be the best chance of getting this working – will attempt and give it a go tonight. You could download TeamViewer for Android and then download TeamViewer Portable (scroll down some). In this manner you could run TeamViewer from your USB drive and never have to install it and then connect with TeamViewer for Android. I’ve used it to connect to my home computer and download some documents – it works great on my EVO.
Edit – I couldn’t wait around to check it out so I gave it a shot. It works pretty much but you can only just access the primary screen (can’t point things out with the mouse on a second screen). Also I needed to allow the “Presenter View” so that I could click the “Next” arrow since the presentation was on the supplementary display. Android on-screen keyboard, that was used because of this also.
I can confidently refer you to my own app, AndroidRC. It works for all Android devices with all Windows PC OS variations (proven, stable, minor insects not included..). The questioner expressly said that he didn’t want to set up any software on the PC. Promoting your own application is fine on this site, but only once it’s highly relevant to the question. Thanks for contributing a remedy to Android Enthusiasts Stack Exchange!