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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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You can check if your phone is on this list


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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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I have found another app called Droid Explorer from CodePlex. Download the required setup(x86 or x64) and install it. After installation, follow the video of Android Controlled from PC by MobileTechVideos. The video shows complete procedure of using Droid Explorer. Hope this will help. Requirement: Android SDK


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No. Both ends lack functionality for this. USB isn't designed to output in this way without pricey adapters that act as port replicators, forcing your CPU to act as a virtual video card, then outputting through a video port on the replicator, and adding USB, Ethernet, etc. But then you'd need to go from that adapter to your phone, and your phone has no ...


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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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You should try using AutoInput, a plugin for Tasker available in the market, which doesn't require root. You can then create a profile and set AutoVoice for every command, then set AutoInput (plugin section) with the X and Y coordinates of the button you want to press. Find the coordinates of the button by enabling the feature in Developer Options. N.B. ...


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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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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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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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