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It depends on your carrier's technology. According to Wikipedia all the encryption used in GSM (A5/1, A5/2 and A5/3) have been cracked (albeit some are more difficult to decrypt than others). A5/2, the least secure of these, is no longer in any GSM-related standards (and newer phones shouldn't implement it). A5/3 has not been decrypted in 3G, but people have ...


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Try using team view app.Here is the link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.teamviewer.teamviewer.market.mobile&hl=en Now a new functionality called as screen cast has come.Hope We find more Apps related to the same.


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Unified remote has worked very well for me in the past. Website Android app


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You could get a USB-OTG cable, which allows you to connect USB devices to Android devices via the USB port (so long as the Android device supports OTG, which the A700 does). If you plug in a mouse you'll get a mouse cursor to work with; you could even use a USB hub to attach both a keyboard and a mouse if you want to type instead of using the on-screen ...


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These types of remote shutters usually rely on a more standard 3.5mm jack to plug into the camera. The only Bluetooth solution I know of is this: http://www.amazon.com/Satechi-Bluetooth-Wireless-EOS-D2000-Compatible/dp/B00ANWQMWK but unfortunately it looks like its only for Canon DSLRs with a hotshoe.


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Another option not involving too many buttons would be "voice control". For this, I can recommend you a combination of tasker and the AutoVoice addon on the software side, and a common Bluetooth headset on the hardware side. Using the Bluetooth headsets button, you can activate AutoVoice, then speak your command, and Tasker would execute it. Due to the ...


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It sounds like what you want is a presentation clicker. This is a small device used by speakers to control slides during their talk. Usually it uses Bluetooth HID profile, and is visible to the host device as a keyboard or mouse. Alternatively, you might already have a Bluetooth game controller (such as a Playstation controller). Android has support for ...


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Android supports USB controllers (using the standard USB HID profile) and Bluetooth controllers (again, if they use the standard Bluetooth HID profile). Wireless controllers that use a special wireless receiver probably won't work with Android (but they might if the wireless receiver acts as a USB HID device). To use a USB controller with your phone, you ...


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How about using widgets? Probably cheaper and would let you control all the functionality on the device itself, without any external hacks. For volume control, you might be able to do with a widget similar to Volume Control Widget and for the power menu try an app like Button Savior or Shutdown Menu 2.1 (Both power menu apps require root access I believe) ...


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For that you need the full version of TeamViewer. reference: http://www.teamviewer.com/en/help/40-Can-TeamViewer-be-used-within-a-local-network-LAN-only.aspx You can establish Remote control sessions on your local network directly by using IP addresses or computer names. By default this feature is deactivated because software firewalls may open an ...


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Remote Phone Call (Click Here to View App on Play Store) might help you with the GSM Calling via WIFI & BLUETOOTH. Google VOICE & HANGOUT (Default app on android Phone) for PC you need plugin for installing HANGOUT..


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Requirements Your phone must be rooted You need a USB Cable You need a PC USB Debugging must be enabled Android SDK or at least ADB must be installed on the PC You need to be familiar with Command prompts/Terminals Tutorial Connect your phone to the PC Open up a Command Prompt To connect the Phone Terminal, Run adb shell To emulate a Power ...


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You can use a USB cable and buy a USB mouse so that you can use that [a mouse] instead of touch screen. Check out a USB adapter for Android that fits your budget [and make sure it's compatible with your device] and purchase it.


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I was able to use a usb-to-go cable to connect a mouse and get into the phone that way. I'm running Cyanogenmod though. Not sure if the mouse will work with stock android.


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You could give Dock & Share - MP3 Player a try. It's a new app, but has worked well for me.


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When I switched over to Android I started looking for a three button headset compatible with my phone. I found that there are a couple of brands that do earphones for Android but you usually have to use an App to set the functions for button controls. I love good sound in my ears and probably use my earphones 2-5 hours per day. I have tested a couple, I ...


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MAXS (Modular Android XMPP Suite) allows remote connections to your Android device over XMPP. It allows you to control various aspects of Android, includes a SMS/Call/Battery notification and reply system. Additionaly it is able to send and receive files to and from your Android device. There are many other features too. Using XMPP as transport, the ...



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