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There are multiple possibilities to remote-control your Samsung TV with your Android device. For one, there are a bunch of Samsung TV remote control apps giving you a wide range of choices. A second variant would involve FHEM on your PC (this is a home automation software, and there's a module available for Samsung TVs – I use this, so I can vouch for it) ...


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I think the XtraSEC Phone Locator is the app from Play Store is what you are looking for. As in the description on the PlayStore link, ✔ Remotely turn on WiFi or 3G data using SMS ✔ Remotely turn on/off Mobile data(3G) Remotely turn on/off Mobile data 3G by sending an SMS to your phone using XtraSEC command. ✔ Remotely turn on/off WiFi ...


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From the Microsoft RD for android FAQ, following are the mouse gestures available on the Microsoft RD client for android, Direct touch : 1 finger tap and hold Mouse pointer : 2 finger tap Read MS RD Client FAQ page for more information. If the above solution dint work for you, the other way to invoke a right click is to use the Windows On-screen ...


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You can try RemoDroid. Install it on both system and I believe instructions are in the app.


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Saw the exchange of comments between you and @Firelord. Let me try clarify . You have a cell phone , call it phone A, which can connect to two networks say WiFi1 and WiFi 2. These networks are registered on phone A so passwords need not be entered. Let us assume this is at home connected to wifi1 and is unattended Now you go to work and want the phone A ...


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Try this app (Smart IR Remote - AnyMote). When I tried using other apps I often found that they couldn't support old devices in my house, but this app has a plethora of devices and it supports many old products.


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If both devices are Samsung they have a brand specific app called SideSync which will allow you to link the two devices via a WiFi network. It's available via the play store or direct from Samsung. I currently have an S6 edge, a galaxy tab S and a Samsung Smart tv and can control the phone or tablet via the tv and the also the phone via the tv or tablet. ...


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Most definitely, non-system applications can send SMS messages, and then delete them from the history. I use PushBullet all the time to send SMS messages using an app on my Windows desktop, via a corresponding app on my mobile phone. See pushbullet.com. On more recent versions of Android (you haven't said what you're running) non-standard apps have to be ...


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I'm the developer of an app called WatchPresenter, which lets you control Google Slides from your phone. It doesn't require phone and computer to be on the same network (as long as both have Internet it will work). You control the slides by using the volume buttons, so you can switch the phone's screen off (easier to handle without hving to look at the ...


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Yes, Android Device Manager will send the phone the Lock and Erase message as soon as it comes online and starts communicating with Google's servers. When the wipe occurs you will receive an email stating when and where it happened. http://www.androidcentral.com/how-set-android-device-manager-lock-and-wipe-your-phone


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You said that the phone is rooted. Does it has a custom recovery? If you have a custom recovery you can boot to that by using the hardware buttons and you can operate most custom recoveries with the hardware keys. If you are able to do this you can make a Nandroid backup to an external SD card and after that you can extract your data from the Nandroid backup ...


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The safest way is to reset the entire phone. Go to the phone settings and choose the option to set your entire phone on default settings and erase all data and apps.


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Through my research, I couldn't find a way to create a symbolic link in '/sdcard' (my android internal storage) from /mnt/routersd (mountpoint to //192.168.x.x/sdcard); as filesystem for /sdcard in android doesn't support symbolic links. I also tried busybox mount -o bind /mnt/routersd/ /sdcard/mylink but mylink couldn't be browsed by the said apps (those ...


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I work for a large company that uses Maas360 (https://www.maas360.com) to control company phones. It has a variety of features including security policies and push install of applications automatically.


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No, there isn't. The internet is what allows computers to connect to each other when they are not on the same network. This would technically be possible if both devices were connected to the same network (most commonly the same router or ethernet hookup), but when your device is connected to a cellular connection, the internet it is the only way to connect ...


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you could install something like JuiceSSH and ssh to your linux box to run the script. There is no apparent problem with using this method with AWS Lambda, although I haven't tried it


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If you want to control your android device from you PC you just have to install "AirDroid" app from play store you can control all you media of your device from PC and read/write/send/ SMS messages live screen control use device camera from PC and so many features. You just have to connect your device with a WiFi also with the same WiFi your PC !


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I see your problem lies in some missing background, so let me give you a starter: DLNA was made for stuff like that. To put it simple, a DLNA network can have the following elements: DLNA server: stores media (audio, still pictures, video) to be accessed by … DLNA client: accesses DLNA server(s) and plays content available there DLNA control points: while ...


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Yatse is indeed a really nice app and allows you to stream any content from your phone to your Kodi enabled device. You probably have to buy the pro version. Alternatively you could just install an (S)FTP or NFS server on your phone and add the remote drive in Kodi.


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You can check if your phone has it on Smartphones with IR blasters (Wikipedia) Note: the list may not be exhaustive. 2013 HTC One HTC One Max LG G2 LG G Flex LG G Pro Lite LG Optimus F6 LG Optimus G Pro LG Optimus L9 II Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Samsung Galaxy S4 Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini Samsung Galaxy Mega Sony Xperia Z ...


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The "trick" here is to employ an SMS Receiver which extends Broadcast Receiver (for example: public class SmsReceiver extends BroadcastReceiver). The SMS Receiver gains control whenever an Android phone receives an SMS. I am writing from my experience in writing 2 applications, which can notify person 'a' of the location of person 'b'. When I want the SMS ...


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You can use an USB OTG (on the go) adapter and a USB hub, plug the OTG in your phone put the hub in the adapter and plug in an USB keyboard and USB mouse


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Recently I encountered a nice solution at https://www.mobizen.com/ No root required very smooth device control. This should help.


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Yes you can using "Mobile Pc Monitor" you can do just that. there is also Twomon USB but that cost $9. Download the free "Mobile Pc Monitor" app from google play and the server from http://www.usbmobilemonitor.com after installation go to display properties on you pc and click detect. change the mode to mobile pc monitor display and it should work depending ...


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Create an event using "autovoice recognize": set command filter = next song (or whatever you want to say as a command) (Everything else is left unchanged) Create a new task: System › Send Intent Action= com.spotify.mobile.android.ui.widget.NEXT Package= com.spotify.music Target= Broadcast Receiver (Should work now) ...



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