Now you can!
* UDP incoming and outgoing support
* TCP outgoing support
* Internet DNS support
* 18 user-defined buttons to store pre-set commands to send
* 9999 user defined templates to use for different UDP/TCP clients (templates save IP and Port settings as well)
* Send commands to multiple IP's and ports at the same time
* Acting as a server, can get responses back from the network
* Buttons support colors, if the command that was sent matches the command that was received, button becomes green, otherwise, becomes red
* Easy to use
* Simple and clean interface
* Supports Android 2.2 and up
* Pre-stored templates to control "Sharp - AQUOS TV" / "NEC - TV's"
If you wish to use our application as a remote control for you windows PC, you can use this great TCP server:
http://www.hsm-ebs.de/ -> Download -> TCP-IP-Server (includes a manual in English as well)
If you like my application, please support it by downloading the paid ad free version here
If you would like to create a template on a PC and then load it to my application, you can download a simple converter tool from here:
If you want to become a beta tester, join our community
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If you find any problems, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
A quick guide:
1. Go to Menu->Settings and define the IP / Port / Protocol you wish to send commands to
2. Go to Menu->Button Config and define what you would want each button to show (as label) and send (as command), notice, you can also long-press on a button to modify it's settings
3. Click buttons to send commands
A few notes:
* Scroll down to see the phone IP and port it is listening on
* You can change buttons heights (Menu->Settings->Scroll all the way down)
* You can long press a button to modify it's settings
* You can change the number of buttons shown on screen
* You can save a set of labels + commands as a template, to easily change the devices you are controlling (Click the + sign at the ActionBar)
* You can use some of my pre-stored templates (Menu->Load from pre-stored templates)
How to use "handle incoming settings" (beta group only) - developed for Phil Green:
1. Enable the feature in the settings
2. Set the application to 'listen' on a UDP port
3. Send a UDP string to the device in this SPECIFIC format:
You can have as many button as you want within the same string, here is an example of how to use this:
**B05,,Test Name5,,PEACE,,#ffffff00;**B06,,Test Name6,,123,,#ff0000ff;**B07,,,,456,,#ff00ffff;
4. Note: the string MUST end with ';'
5. If you wish to only change the label and not the command or color, simply leave that blank, for example:
This will set Button 7 command to be "OK" and will not change the color or name (label)
How to use responses from "handling incoming messages":
The purpose here is to allow the remote device to confirm that the settings were set properly.
To use this:
1. Enable in settings (both the handling of incoming messages and the reply)
2. Set the correct outgoing settings (IP/Port), of where the application should send the response to
3. Send a "setting" string
The protocol is this:
Possible Status Codes:
01 - success
02 - error
Sample reply string will be:
Which means, incoming settings were processed without a problem and it took a total of 45ms.
Please contact me should you have any questions
Keywords: UDP , TCP , send , receive , packets , network , control , scringo , server , template, smarthome, home
You can make a fast test with your tcp socket.
You can use client or server mode for analize your tcp protocol socket based.
Fast data analize in hex or ascii mode.
- Hex and ascii mode
In progress more functionality for debug and analize the data.
Technical features :
* Fast network discovery
* TCP Service Fingerprints
* Operating System Fingerprints
* Fingerprints of commun CMS for web servers
* 3000+ fingerprints
* User-configurable range of tcp ports
* Fast scan option
* nmap like
* runs on all Android devices
* no need root access
* FREE and NO AD !
Please contribute :
* send us the fingerprints to improve service detection
* report a good evaluation if you want to keep it freeware
* if you found a bug, please email email@example.com with full details. NetAudit is still in development and need your help to be more reliable.
tags: port scanner, tcp scanner, tcp scan, port scan, port scanner, network, security, lan, pentests, hacker, hacking, nmap, free, freeware
DroidBus/TCP is a Modbus-TCP master (client) designed primarily for testing, training or learning Modbus-TCP industrial protocol. This application runs in Android devices such as smart phones and tablets, and may be used to read and modify data points stored in a Modbus-TCP slave (server). For more information about DroidBus/TCP and DroidBus/TCP Lite please visit http://www.DroidBus.com
This application shows and tracks all current TCP (ipv4 and ipv6) network connections on your phone/tablet. It reads the data from the same location as the famous netstat-tool (network statistics / network monitor), but with tracking mode.
It's very useful to know, if any application opens a connection to a remote server. You can also check, if there are any listening sockets (open ports/servers) on your device. The main informations of this statistics are:
* connection-state (explanation on click)
* time of connection create/change
* application name if available
* resolved hostnames
The options are for now:
* enable/disable resolving hosts
* enable/disable tracking
* sorting by time, connection-state or app-id
* EXPORT list as CSV file
You can run this app as a background-service to track connections, and to quick view open connections at the notification area.
This is the first version. If you have ideas for improvements, feel free to send me an e-mail.
This app is tested on various devices - if you found a bug nevertheless, please write too!
The NetLink - Modbus/TCP Plugin is a plugin for the free NetLink Application that provides Modbus/TCP client support. Remote server devices can be discovered and accessed via the cellular network or any on-board Wi-Fi or wired Ethernet interface.
• Discover and access Modbus server devices over local networks or the internet
• Supports access to holding register, input register, coil and discrete input elements
• Configurable destination port, scan rate, and timeout
• Configurable device and object discovery ranges
• Select between different write functions for registers and coils
• Supports data value scaling, units text, signed and unsigned data types, and decimal or hexadecimal values
• 32-bit registers are fully supported, including floating point values
• Supports both Modbus/TCP and Modbus RTU over TCP modes
• The communication to each target device is handled independently, resulting in increased performance
• Supports localization for German language
Android Developer and OEM Customer Features:
• 3rd-party project-specific licensing options available
• Ability to embed application screens as components of other Android applications
• Access plugin services independent of the NetLink application via standard Android APIs
The user's manual as well as documentation for Android developers is available here: http://www.iccdesigns.com/netlink.html
IPv6 Host Name
IPv4 Host Name
Point To Point Interface
WiFi DHCP Status
This application, installed on a mobile device with Android operating system, allows the user to make surveys using integrated GPS with its nominal precision, in a fast and easy way.
It can be used by surveyors and other technicians for surveys consisting on measuring lots, paths, crops, pipes, electrical lines, urban furniture...
Google MapsTM is used as background, and can be represented in standard, satellite, hybrid and relief modes. Geographic or UTM projected coordinates are shown at all times.
The application allows data collection of single points, whose coordinates are got from the GPS, showing the estimated precision by a circle, as is usual in location-based programs.
The points are automatically numbered, recording date and time, and can be separated in different layers. User can also enter point codes, choosing them from a quick list.
It is also possible to perform a continuous survey, recording vertices automatically by an interval of time, distance or height difference.
At any time you can view the polyline data, such as minimum and maximum heights, length and area. Vertex information can be displayed as well.
You can work with multiple layers, with different names and colors.
Survey can be exported to a Google Earth KML file, that can be sent by email, Bluetooth, WiFi or LAN from the app.
This file can also be imported by TcpMDT and other CAD and GIS applications.
Editing preferences lets you to change the appearance of map, points and lines captured. It also sets parameters for data collection, information displayed in real time and others.
• Operating System: Android 2.2 or higher
• Integrated GPS
• Touch screen
• Internet access
Uses a modified version of Modbus4J library. The modified source for this library is available in the project source repository at https://launchpad.net/modbusdroid, and the original library is available at http://sourceforge.net/projects/modbus4j
Please send any comments, feedback, bugs, feature requests, and patches to https://launchpad.net/modbusdroid/
Not a hacking app.
See website (below) for info, usage instructions, and full change log.
Chinese localization provided by NetDragon (www.nd.com.cn).
Your DROID BIONIC contains a hidden feature where network buffering parameters within its Linux kernel are modified and managed according to the type of network connection you are using. For unknown reasons, Motorola and Verizon have the buffer sizes for their 4G LTE link set comfortably high while all other network links (including WiFi) are set very low.
This app provides a tweak to /proc/sys/net/ipv4/tcp_[r|w]mem and /proc/sys/net/core/[r|w]mem_[default|max] to increase the buffer sizes for WiFi and 3G to those used by the 4G LTE link.
Takes effect immediately, and modifies the properties for 'wifi' and 'default' profiles so they match those of the 'lte' profile. This ensures the new settings take effect seamlessly as you switch between wifi and 3G or 4G LTE.
Provides a "Default TCP Buffers" button to roll back to the Bionic's default settings.
This app does not load these settings upon reboot automatically; you will have to load the app manually after a reboot to force the settings into effect. I will look into automating this later.
I have not run any speed measurements to prove out whether this improves network performance, but with my own usage it does seem that webpages load quicker and don't "hang up" as often during loading. It's a subtle difference. YMMV.
Open Source Software distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License, check my website for a link to the Eclipse project zipfile.