Craig's Windows wifi Remote

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When using MPC you can now fast forward/rewind the video by doing a long press of the left/right buttons to fast foward / rewind and now it has >> and << to skip to next video :)

Delays Added for Socket Stability...


this means having to copy the new relay.exe out of your internal memory on your phone in a folder called "craigs\relay.exe" copy it to windows and stick it in the startup folder (windows start button > startup, simply copy/paste relay.exe or a link) and then from the app simply hold down left or right button.


I have open sourced all my windows apps, get the full binary and source code for the windows client/server written with Delphi 5

https://app.box.com/s/p0tkth6tqx28rt3e2ga9ifopu0hqfv1e


Enjoy!
Hold down the > key for fast foward
hold down < for fast rewind
press > > for skip video forward
press < < for go back to last video

It refused to use the new IP! - now once it detects, the first IP it finds, it uses, until you run the app again, so now it connects just fine...
*auto connects from turning wifi on/off
*auto connects when the app is run
*now auto detects IP for first use and auto connects rather than telling you it finds it, it just does now..
*much faster at connecting now and re-establishing connection,....

A simple to use Remote Control for Windows.

This app has a server application that NEEDS to be run in Windows. Without it, the android remote can't communicate. The file is pretty small and requires nothing special to run (eg, no .NET). It should run just fine from windows XP (Update! - Win98 min) to windows 8, You will have to allow firewall access to the application. To do this simply copy a link to the startup folder in Windows.

1. Install the application.

2. Install the server on your PC.

2a. In a folder on your phone's/tablet/device internal drive (not extended memory) there will be a file called relay.exe located in the folder named "craigs" . You will need to upload this file to your PC via a cable or some other means like Wi-Fi. OR download it directly to your PC from the website www.wakeupmob.net. The website also has additional use and set up information which will make using the remote quick and easy.

3. Once the server is running, run Craig's Remote .

4. Providing everything is set up correctly, you simply type in the IP address of your computer. OR click on IP Detect and it will be set automatically. More information on how to set the IP from the website www.wakeupmob.net.

5. Alternatively, on the server application on windows, check "broadcast" and re-run the application, then if all goes well, the android application will automatically detect the broadcast and all you do is click on the detected IP.

That's it!

**It was designed to be used with Media Player Classic (MPC) but you'll find that Volume down/up is quite universal and will work with many windows applications including YouTube.

This is my first application of many in the following weeks and months, so feedback is valuable. Letting us know what you think is important for future development and for current users. You don't have to comment. Just leave a rating.

Remember to connect your phone via USB or send the file from internal memory \ craigs\relay.exe to your PC via Wi-Fi such as ES Explorer or it will NOT work.

Website now up and running. We're also on Twitter #wakeupmob where we tweet updates and handy ways to use our apps.

Thank you from Nat and Craig and stay safe everybody.
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What's New

10ms Delays added to the sockets for stability.
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Additional Information

Updated
May 15, 2016
Size
2.2M
Installs
1,000+
Current Version
3.7
Requires Android
4.0 and up
Content Rating
Everyone
Permissions
Offered By
Wake Up!
Developer
Adelaide, South Australia
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