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If the remote phone is off, or if it does not have network access, you won't be able to control it remotely. If the SIM card is not removed, you could control it via SMS if you set up an app to do certain security functions (with apps like AVG Antivirus). However, remote control from SMS is limited and you need to set it up in advance. If you did not set up ...
Even phones where I never installed Android Device Manager are listed for me on google.com/android/devicemanager so I think as long as you are signed in to the Google services you'd be able to use the Device Manager.
Start the ssh service on your Linux and connect to it on your mobile device using a App like "terminal emulator" .
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
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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