Control your Raspberry Pi remotely by sending commands through SSH. SSH must be installed on the Raspberry PI and the daemon started so that the commands can be executed. To install the SSH execute on a console of your Raspberry Pi the following command:
"sudo apt-get install ssh"
The commands available are:
-Kill XBMC (Kill the process)
-Start Transmission (Start Transmission bittorrent client service)
-Stop Transmission (Stops the Transmission bittorrent client service)
-Restart Transmission (Restart Transmission bittorrent client service)
-Restart (Restart the Raspberry Pi)
-Turn off (Turn off the Raspberry Pi)
In addition to these commands, the application allows you to enter custom commands that can be grouped by categories.
In the next version I will add the ability to add custom commands that have "echo" version, which means that the application will display the commands return. This is useful for commands like "top" that returns the list of processes and use of resources updating every few seconds.
If you are interested in translating the app to your language, contact to me.
Control your RFM12 power outlets, infrared devices or read sensor data like temperature.. there are endless possibilities for house and home automation! Check out the project page on our website to get inspired! Works also for many projects in the "internet of things'.
Build your own remote control ( HMI ) with the online editor on my website without knowing how to create android applications and reuse your config in other apps like the iOS (iPhone/iPad) app or the OSX Dashboard Widget!
- generic view rendering (button, slider, label, switch) for your DIY projects
- sending, receiving data over TCP sockets (like Telnet or Netcat)
- communication through local or mobile network (3g)
- use custom icons stored on SD card
- reconnect after connection errors
- support for multiple receivers
- send requests continuously while holding down a button
- display responses on labels every X miliseconds (interval updates)
- utf-8 support
It's time for an update! Thanks again for your feedback - it makes the NetIO app even more awesome!
- redesigned and more customisation options
- now supports HTTPS and Basic Auth HTTPS connections
- supports UDP connections
- event-based global response listening, set multiple items with one response
- improved connection handling by adding a configurable command termination character for responses
- Calculations, transform incoming data into valuable numbers (check documentation)
- advanced runtime formatting possibilities (setting colours, images and icons)
- Slider: adding step and reset attributes
- several bugfixes
Important: This application needs some hardware or software to connect to. Without such a thing nothing will happen! Please contact me if you have any problems!
More information and configuration instructions are available at netio.davideickhoff.de. There is also a demo video, which shows a working scenario where you can control IR devices and some power connectors.
(Demo http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uWm2Q_TL4HY )
If there are any problems please write a mail!
This app has been written by Jonas Eickhoff.
Now offers storage of default IP address and ability to take screenshots inside Raspbmc.
Also offers Portrait Remote Control mode (see screengrabs below for further details)
Including full independent navigation controls of Raspbmc via your Android device. Allows sending text over Wi-Fi directly into Raspbmc, On-Screen display option, also Incorporates a front-end-wrapper for the default XBMC web interface that attempts to add an App-Like user experience rather than the standard web page user experience, please read and follow the instructions below:
NOTE: Minimum device screen resolution is 800 x 480 (preferably 1280 x 720) Landscape - Tested on 7" & 10" tablets only.
1) In Raspbmc Goto SYSTEM/Settings/Services/Webserver
2) Turn on 'Allow Control of XBMC via HTTP' (This is on by default from a fresh install)
3) DO NOT Set a user/password
4) Start RaspBMOTE App
5) Touch the Settings Icon to set a default IP address & Port number to connect to
6) Touch the animated RaspBMOTE Logo to connect.
7) For further usage details please click on the Information Icon - in App.
8) Remember to leave App feedback!
Over the coming months I intend to do Device specific RaspBMOTE versions, so please speak up if you would like your device catered for, bearing in mind the minimum and recommended resolutions stated above.
Remote Launcher is an easy to use tool that enables you to launch applications remotely on your PC via your Android device with a single click. It can also be used to start your PC up, even if it is turned off, with the built in support for Wake On Lan (WOL). It consists of an Android app and a small server program for your PC.
There is also support for Android shortcuts and widgets (size 1x1) available to start programs even quicker.
You can configure Remote Launcher to start any application on your PC, e.g. start your mediacenter (xbmc etc), shutdown/restart the computer or run a custom script.
It's also possible to automate Remote Launcher using Android intents or shortcuts. That makes it possible to use it together with tools such as Tasker or Llama to perform tasks at certain events, e.g. "shutdown computer when I leave home" or "send wake on lan packet to computer and start xbmc when I get back home". You can even do things like muting your computer when there's an incoming call and unmuting it when the call finishes. The imagination is the limit.
To use Remote Launcher you need to install the Remote Launcher Server on your PC. Downloads, installation instructions, user guides and examples are available on the project wiki:
The Remote Launcher server is written in Java so it should work on any pc with the Java Runtime Enviromnment installed (version 1.6 or later), be it Linux, Windows or Mac OS. It has been tested on Ubuntu and Windows 7.
Remote Launcher is a nice alternative to more complex remote control solutions such as vnc or ssh when you just need to start specific programs.
Remote Launcher works both with wifi and cellular connections. However, if you use cellular and the pc running Remote Launcher Server is behind a router, you will have to configure port forwarding on your router to forward the port 4444 to your pc. You will also need to configure the Remote Launcher app to use the IP address of the router instead of the pc in this case.
If you run into any issues, please contact the developer as it is not possible to answer to comments in the Market. You can also follow us on twitter: http://twitter.com/owtroid
A free version is also available: http://market.android.com/details?id=com.owtroid.remotelauncherfree
The free version is currently limited to having just one single server configured.
XBMC Updater let you update or install XBMC for Android without visiting any file mirrors. XBMC Updater supports downloading of XBMC for Android for both ARM and x86 CPU:s.
XBMC Updater uses official XBMC mirror http://mirrors.xbmc.org for downloading APK:s.
This is my first app ever and it should be considered as a beta!
Keywords: XBMC, Android, update, upgrade, free, video, multimedia, htpc, movies, APK
You can restart XBMC without a reboot in OpenELEC.
This is a quicker way to restart a freezed XBMC instead of full reboot.
Can also restart or power off the device.
This application needs the SSH service active in the remote host.
(also can restart or power off any machine with ssh service - linux server, Raspberry Pi, other XBMC embedded system...)
How To Use
-Swipe to navigate
-Swipe left/right on playback to go to next/previous item
-Volume keys to change volume
-Tap to select
-Double tap to go back
-Long tap to context menu
-Pinch to change playback speed
-Home icon to go home
-Use the text field to write and tap write button
-To exit or shutdown XBMC press menu and select the option you want
1-You must enable the webserver in settings to work.
2-Go to System->Settings->Services->Webserver
3-Enable allow control of XBMC via HTTP and remember the port.
4-To see the ip go to System->System info->Summary and remember the ip address.
5-Configure on the app the ip and the port (You must be on the same network)
With XBMCNotify you can easily transfer your android-notifications to one of your
XBMC mediacenters and see whats going on without having to look at your smartphone.
- Select individual apps whose notifications should be shown on your mediacenter
- Appicons will be shown on XBMC
- Define a custom displaytime for each individual app
- Pause / Mute playback if you make or receive a call
- Quickly switch between privacy on/off (If on, the notifications woun't be shown in XBMC. Maybe you have
some visitors and don't want them to see whats going on )
- Define a network where notifications are allowed to be sent
- Backup & Restore your configured apps
For featurerequests just send me a mail or write them into the comments
xbmc, notification, transfer, message
- Intuitive user interface
- Automatically scans and shows any ASUSTOR NAS devices on the same network
- Provides Remote Mode and Touchpad Mode giving you intuitive control
- Smart interface provides suitable functions according to application in use
- Supports multilingual and voice input
1. The new version of AiRemote must be used in order to control ASUSTOR Portal.
2. AiRemote support for versions of Apps associated with ASUSTOR Portal are as follows:
For AS-6 Series
- ASUSTOR Portal 1.0.0.r1119
- XBMC 12.2.45
- Chrome 28.0.1500.133
- Surviellance Center beta
- Remote Center 1.0.0.r85
- Xorg 184.108.40.206
- Boxee built-in 0.9.29.0043
- Python 2.7.3.r5
For AS-2TE/AS-3T Series
- ASUSTOR Portal 1.0.0.r1119
- XBMC 0.12.2.r0036
- Chrome 28.0.1500.271
- Surviellance Center beta
- Remote Center 1.0.0.r85
- Xorg 220.127.116.117
- Python 2.7.3.r5
Touchsquid knows you like to watch movies and TV shows on your Media PC or HTPC using apps like Windows Media Center, XBMC and Netflix.
This app turns your Android tablet into an awesome wireless mouse and keyboard. A breeze to set up and use.
It has a large track pad area, pop-up keyboard for text, and the extra keys that windows has but Android lacks. There is even a Windows Media Center button!
The Windows Media Center Remote screen has all the shortcuts assigned to buttons with appropriate icons. You still get mouse control and keyboard access. Just touch the little remote icon.
Step 1: Buy this app and install it.
Step2: Download and install our free Windows server from www.touchsquid.com/MediaPC (must be exact including Capitals. MediaPC not mediapc)
Run the server, and leave it minimized. You can open it to adjust the mouse speed if needed. Support for gestures as follows:
Single tap -- Left mouse click
Double Tap -- Left mouse double click
Long Touch -- Right mouse click
Two fingers slide UP/DOWN -- Scroll wheel
Relax, grab a snack and beverage and settle down for some fun.
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WiFi Control is a widget that allows you to control the WiFi sleep policy from your homescreen. As a bonus, the widget comes with an app that allows the same functionality with the addition of a WiFi toggle (enable/disable).
The widget was modeled after the default ASUS Transformer Prime widgets, as there were no current WiFi sleep policy widgets that look nice or matched the theme.
Sitting at your kitchen table wanting to listen to some tunes and realize that your music server is fast asleep?
Whatever the reason for needing to wake up a sleeping computer, this is the app for you! This app allows you to send magic packets (wake on LAN packets) to sleeping computers to let them know it's time to wake up!
You can save multiple computers (or other internet connected devices) as targets, so they can be awoken with minimal movement - just a single press!
Shortcuts can even be created on your home screen for specific computers, allowing you to wake up your computers without looking away from that beautiful weather widget!
This app requires that wake on LAN is enabled for your device.
It uses a Cards UI and is Holo themed, so it fits perfectly with Android 4+.
For those asking for Tasker integration: This can be accomplished with the use of AutoShortcut, a Tasker plugin. Just install it and select Wake On Lan ICS+, then setup your shortcut.
If you use this app, please leave honest feedback in the form of a review! If you have issues with the app, please contact me first via email, and I will try to help you resolve the issue.
Did you just get home from work, sit down on the couch to watch some TV, and realize that your media server is not on? Is your media server powered on, but XMBC or PS3MediaServer is not running?
Did you leave your house and realize that you forgot to shut your computer down?
No matter what the scenario, this is the application for you! It provides Wake On LAN (WoL) capability and the ability to remotely execute or remotely launch any binary or script you please! Shortcuts for both Wake On LAN and remote execution are also supported (paid version only), so waking your computer or running a program is a single tap away! Here's a quick bullet list of features:
* Wake On LAN support to wake up your sleeping server
* One-click access to run any script/binary on your PC
* Multiple server support
* Add commands to a running server from the Android app
* Android Backup Service to back up your server settings automatically
* (paid version only) Wake On LAN shortcut support
* (paid version only) Script/binary shortcut support
* (paid version only) Dark/light holo theme support
* (paid version only) Option to (not) connect on app launch
* Wake up/shutdown/suspend your computer from your phone!
* Startup/shutdown media servers (XBMC, PS3MediaServer, etc) remotely!
* Control remote audio (Play/Pause, Stop, Load Playlists, etc)
The possibilities are endless!
NOTE: This app requires running a server-side component on the machine(s) you want to control. The server app is written and Java and will support Windows/Linux/Mac, or anything else that runs Java. Download the server app as a zip file here (http://goo.gl/QTA6S) or in tgz format here (http://goo.gl/T0f20). When you extract the archive, it contains 3 files: a README.txt, RemoteExecutorServer.ini, and RemoteExecutorServer.jar. Configure your commands in the ini, and then run the server with 'java -jar RemoteExecutorServer.jar'. For more information, please view the wiki here: http://digitalgrayson.com/wiki/index.php?title=Remoteexec
The paid version of this app supports Wake On LAN (WoL) shortcuts and command shortcuts for one tap access! Get it here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.grayson.remoteexec
Please email the developer if you have any issues or feedback (like feature suggestions!)
WakeOnLan allows you send send WoL packets to computers/devices on the same network. It allows for saving devices so you can send subsequent WoL packets with 2 taps (1 to open the app, 1 to send WoL packet).
This is very useful when developing any socket based tool. It allows for quick testing of socket listeners and servers, without having to write your own app for specialized traffic testing.