New Feature Introduced In Version 2.0
1. Navigation panel
2. Window Media Player Control
3. Screen Monitoring
Modified And improved Features
1. Gaming Wheel
2. Touch Pad
A lots of cool feature are coming soon. This is for test for a review and response from the you. Stay Tuned.
1. Java Runtime Environmenet 1.5 or above
Instruction For Installing
1. Connect your Android phone device through HotSpot or Any Available Wifi Connection to your Laptop. You can Create Hotspot by running the desktop shortcut as administrator having PassKey: 12345678.
2. Download TakeOver Server application and run on your Laptop/Desktop Device (Download: https://www.dropbox.com/s/2ty83ssxm6q5dq6/TOServer.Setup.2.0.zip)
3. Find out your system's IP address from the pop-up message or through your network settings.
4. Run the application on your device.
5. Put the IP address of your system on your mobile app.
6. Voila !!
• Basic Input (Mouse and Keyboard)
• VLC Player
• Media Player Classic
• Windows Media Player
• You Tube
• Slide Show
• Transfer Text (Type or speak the text)
• Power (Shutdown, restart, hibernate...)
• SNES - Super Nintendo
• Nintendo 64
• Play Station 3
• Gamepad 2
• Shooting Mode
• Shooting Mode 2
• Race Mode
• Race Mode 2
• NES Max Remote
• SNES Max Remote
• Nintendo 64 Max Remote
• Play Station 3 Max Remote
• Saturn Max Remote
• Gamepad Max Remote
• Shooting Mode Max Remote
• Shooting Mode 2 Max Remote
• Race Mode Max Remote
• Race Mode 2 Max Remote
* In Android 2.2 and 2.3 Joysticks only support single touch.
• Speech Recognition
• Automatic server detection
• Custom Remotes (Android 2.2 and up)
• Custom Joysticks (Android 3.0 and up)
• Custom/Android keyboard support
• Single/Multi touch mouse
• WiFi (TCP/UDP)
• Max Remote also lets you open several programs remotely, they are:
• Microsoft Word
• Microsoft PowerPoint
• Microsoft Excel
• Google Chrome
• Mozilla Firefox
• Internet Explorer
• Windows Media Player
• Command Prompt
* If you prefer you can also use Run tool to open your favorite programs.
The way to support: give it 5 stars, share it with friends and so on.
If you have any problems or suggestions about this app, don¡¯t hesitate to contact us though emails.
A plug-in adds specific abilities to a larger software application, it is a set of software components. This app could analyze the plug-ins in every part of your cell phone. And it will show you the information of these plug-ins in a report.
Plug-ins enable customizing the functionality of an application if it is supported. For instance, plug-ins are commonly used in web browsers to play video, scan for viruses, and display new file types, such as Adobe Flash Player, Quick Time, and Java Applets.
Introduction of this app
Plug-ins in different places in cell phone will display in this app. Every of them are chosen. And you can see their last run time.
Click the analyze to generate a report about this app. It will show to you in another page of this app. After reading, you can name it with your comment and save it in the sd card for inference later.
The analysis has been done and saved till this step.
Why application support plug-ins?
Here are some reasons:
- Enable the third- party developers to create abilities to extend an application.
- Support easy adding new features
- Reduce the application¡¯s size
In a word, plug-ins helps in many ways. So that applications support it. Even though, you still can analyze the inside plug-ins.
Note: Your MFLOPS rating will increase in this version due to updated libraries and methods. Shows Android is improving! Newly added the ability to fully test multi-core processors with the use of multi-threading. Compare speeds from a single and multi-thread runs. See how well your multi-core device works under android.
The Linpack for Android application is a version created from the original Java version of Linpack created by Jack Dongarra. That version is located at netlib.org
The LINPACK Benchmarks are a measure of a system’s floating point computing power. Introduced by Jack Dongarra, they measure how fast a computer solves a dense N by N system of linear equations Ax = b, which is a common task in engineering. The solution is obtained by Gaussian elimination with partial pivoting, with 2/3*N3 + 2*N2 floating point operations. The result is reported in Millions of FLoating-point Operations Per Second (MFLOP/s, sometimes simply called FLOPS).
This test is more a reflection of the state of the Android Dalvik Virtual Machine than of the floating point performance of the underlying processor. Software written for an Android device is written using Java code that the Dalvik VM interprets at run time.
Questions asked about the app:
What is the purpose of this app?
This is a simple benchmark test to show performance relative to other phones for a standard calculation. Linpack has been used for years on all types of computers, with a version used to rate the TOP500 computers in the world.
What speed is better?
A higher number is better. From the Top Devices list, you can see that each device has a certain range that they all come in at. What can affect the number is what else is running on android and the ROM version. It appears that Android 2.0 will also improve performance.
Does having faster speed improve the android phones or what?
Yes, it should. The Dalvik VM has a huge impact on the Linpack number. A better number on the same device would indicate that a new version update has improved performance. Or it could show that something has gone terribly wrong if the number goes down.
Run the following Java program (Java runtime is required) on the PC:
Start the Android application and connect through Wi-Fi (auto-discovery is supported) or Bluetooth (pair the both devices first).
Wishnu is a full linux desktop launched on android phone.
We have created Android application which starts Debian on android mobile device with one click (no need to type any commands in the terminal etc).
We have also written desktop client application which shows Debian desktop running on mobile phone on the PC or laptop with wide screen, mouse and keyboard, so this actually turns the solution to the docking station like Motorola Lapdock or devices such as Pocket Desktop, but much better, cause you don't need to buy additional docking station device and you will immediately receive a lot of of common desktop applications available from Debian MIPS/ARM repositories (even pdf document viewers, image editors, office with spreadsheets and presentations editors etc).
Also device SD card available inside chrooted system in /media/sharedSD dir.
Currently Wishnu uses Debian 5.0 ARM image. We are planning to add more customized and fresh Debian and Ubuntu OS images.
- OS Windows XP, Vista, 7 (x86) or Linux (x86, x64)
- Java Runtime Environment must be pre-installed.
- Device ADB driver on Windows (on linux no adb driver needed, but adb server should be started as root in most cases)
- MIPS or ARM
- Mobile processor 500 MHz, 256 mb RAM (Recommended: processor 1 GHz and >512 mb RAM)
- Android OS 1.5 or higher.
- The device must be rooted.
How to use WishNu:
1. Start the mobile app and press the "Start" button. Don't forget, the image must be present in your phone's SD card for everything to work.
2. Use the USB cable to connect the phone to your PC.
3. Run the desktop application. The name (serial number) of your phone should appear on the screen.
4. Double click the name.
Visit wishnu.org for more details.
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. 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
This is the free version. It is currently limited to having just one single server configured. A paid version without limitations is also available: http://market.android.com/details?id=com.owtroid.remotelauncher
Full list of changes in 1.3 version:
- Improved user experience by implementing new design;
- Major performance optimization and bug fixing;
- Added swipe feature when navigating through the screens;
- System Info: new sections (Wi-Fi, Low Memory Killer Settings, Runtime Properties, Environment Variables, Java Properties), "copy text" feature, added select/deselect all menu for the "Export", added Dmesg and LogCat logs;
- Tasks & Services: added services viewing;
- Tasks & Services: added "Kill Others" feature;
- Tasks & Services: added "Ignore" list feature;
- Tasks & Services: added "Force Stop" option;
- Tasks & Services: added "Show Log" for the process feature;
- Tasks & Services: "Info" feature was redesigned and speeded up;
- Tasks & Services: added preferences screen;
- Tasks & Services: added "System Services";
- Applications: added new filter "apps on mounted storages";
- Applications: added preferences screen;
- Applications: added "Usage Stats";
- Added "Startup manager" (view-only in 1.3 release; "enable/disable" feature will be added in new release as in-app purchase);
[How to run?]
1. Run Explorer app
2. Select Java file(or Share Java file)
3. Select Java Code Viewer
3.Select encoding(menu key)
4.Edit & Save(menu key)
1.Undo & Redo
Bright M IDE offers a rich text editor with syntax highlighting, auto-completion, complete file history, integrated (offline available) SDK documentation and more than 30 hot key functions of the Eclipse IDE. The editor allows quick navigation with file tabs and location history, fast and precise text selection and easy text operations like moving lines or commenting out of code, so you can write and edit source files as fast and easy as possible. Bright M IDE can also work with many different projects in parallel, offers a rich workbench with a menu line and a rich tool bar.
The mobile IDE offers many special features that are not available in most / any other comparable apps. Bright M IDE can also be used very well together with other IDE apps so you can use the best tool for each development step.
Bright M IDE works very well with the “Hacking & Developing” keyboard of the same author.
List of most important features:
- edit existing Android projects
- create new Android projects from scratch
- calling a free third-party-app to compile the source code and build an APK-file
- install and execute APK-files on your device
- multiple projects
- multiple source directories and jar files in single project
edit and select:
- syntax highlighting
- double touch to select
- auto completion
- move line
- duplicate line
- comment out code / un-comment out code
- highlight occurences
- automatic file saving every few minutes
- full code history
- included Android SKD help in split view (also available offline)
- web browser
- toolbar and file tabs can be hidden/shown with single button
- project settings dialog
- single button to hide soft keyboard
- Eclipse color coding and hotkeys
- file tabs
- open methods
- open files (include wildcard search)
- remember file locations
- go to last edit location
- seach current word
- fast scroll knob
The Bright M IDE Premium key is required to edit files and build APK files in bigger projects (more than 5 Java source files).
If you have any ideas for new feature, comments, problems or you need any help, please use the “Send Questions/Feedback To Developer” button in the app (and not in Google Play) so that the author can reply to you.
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-If you kick down a door near by a friendly, they don't like that either.
-Save/Load is located at the bottom of the menu you get when you press the MENU button.
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Please leave comments about bugs that need fixing and areas you'd like me to improve.
I'ts a rough first prototype, but I wanted to share it. You can really create a one man rave in no time.
High end tablet required! Tested on Kindle Fire HD 7.
Draw in notes, adjust the sound parameters with knobs and two joysticks, auto create good random patterns, even slowly mutate pattern.
Try it out in your browser:
Defend the planet from waves of missiles. Don't crash or shoot it either.
Touch the screen to move around. Touch your ship or press the trackball to fire.
I'm going to take these beginning scraps to build a proper planetary exploration space RPG game. Stay tuned for more.