Quick toggles for wifi,data network,GPS,bluetooth,auto refresh,screen lightness, flying mode, silent mode, etc.
Widgets on Android work a bit differently than a normal application. Unlike regular programs they don't just install themselves
in the application tray so you have to add them manually. They will not open or launch.
Here's how to add a widget on your Android home screen.
STEPS HOW TO ADD A WIDGET
1.On your Android home screen, tap any blank or “empty” area with size 4X1 and hold down your finger.
2.An “Add to Home screen” window will pop up. From that window, tap “EZ Widgets”.
3.You’ll be presented with a list of all the installed Widgets on your Android device.
4.Select the widget to add to your home screen by tapping it.
ROM users-> make sure the widget is NOT moved on SD card.
Widgets are not supposed to be on SD card. Move it back to the phone storage.
This widget need many permissions to make the quick toggles working for your phone. You can trust on us. Don't worry about it.
It is also an application which can always display time, battery residual quantity, etc.
While seeing the game and YuoTube of the full-screen display, he wanted to see time and battery residual quantity,
From the desire to carry out brightness change of a screen, turning on and off of Wi-Fi, etc. without stopping a game and YuoTube and other applications,
When time and a battery were always displayed and the tap of there was carried out, the application which makes a setting change was made.
It is as follows that it can do in setting change of Android, etc.
-Turning on and Off of Wi-Fi
-Turning on and Off of Back LED Light
-Change of Brightness of Screen
-Change of Various Volumes
-Effective Invalidity of Automatic Rotation of Screen
-Change of Silent Mode
-ON OFF of Bluetooth
-Change of Screen Lights-out
-Call of On-off Screen of GPS
-Change of Airplane Mode
-Change of auto-sync
-ON OFF of mobile data
-ON OFF of Wi-Fi hotspot
- Shortcut launch
++Starting of an application
Starting of an application will display a screen with 12 frames which can change a setup of Android.
Setting change of Android, etc. can be performed by choosing, respectively.
It can move, if it pushes for a long time, if it moves to another frame, it will change, if it moves outside the limit and detaches, it will cancel, and it becomes "empty."
The frame which became "empty" can assign functions, such as registration of an application, by carrying out a tap.
The number and position of a button can be changed by settings.
The size of a button can be changed with pinch in pinch out.
The brightness of a screen and the initial value of screen lights-out are changed.
A setup is chosen from a menu and the domain "InfoBar" always displayed to start service appears.
The contents which can be displayed on InfoBar are a part, battery residual quantity, and battery temperature at A.D., month, a day, a day of the week, and the time.
Various forms can also be chosen and a character can also be put in freely.
As, when this InfoBar could be moved when the finger was moved touched, and the tap was carried out, the application in use moved.
It is translucent and displays a setting change screen in piles.
Refer to the web page for detailed usage.
Ever wanted to close the garage door while lying in your bed? How about turn the outdoor floodlights on but didn't feel like walking back downstairs to turn them on? Now you can! All you need is an X10 CM11, CM12, CM15, CM17 Firecracker, CM19, or Marmitek CM15Pro device connected to your computer and X10 Commander will allow you to control all your X10 devices.
X10 Commander consists of two pieces...a server piece which runs on your PC/Mac/Linux and the client piece which runs on your Android device. The PC application is free and available from our Downloads section, the MacOSX support is provided by Thinking Home software from AlwaysThinking.com and the Linux/Unix support is provided by Heyu and a custom shell script.
The purpose of this program is simple: to allow control of your X10 devices from your Android with the touch of a finger.
Intelliphone mobile client is a native Android application that allows you to control your home theatre PC running Windows. Since the Android uses a network connection it does not need "line-of-sight" like traditional infrared remotes and you can use it anywhere in or out of your house! Intelliphone also acts as a wireless keyboard and mouse so you can get rid of those in your living room HTPC setup and just use your Android since you always have that on you!
The purpose of this program is simple: to allow complete control of your Home Theatre PC from your Android with the touch of a finger.
Do you use VLC or MediaPortal to watch videos? Do you use GBPVR, DVBViewer, MediaCenter, XBMC, or SageTV for DVR? Maybe Winamp, MediaMonkey, JRiver Media Center, or ITunes for music? Control them all from the comfort of your iPhone/iPod/iPad/Android!
TunesRemote+ helps you remote control your DACP-compatible desktop or laptop media player from your Android device, such as:
* MonkeyTunes for MediaMonkey
* Telescope for Songbird
* foo_touchremote for Foobar2000
* AlbumPlayer TouchRemote
The project was not being updated on Android Market yet many bug fixes and enhancements had been made by the community. Many Android owners had contacted the team about releasing an updated version on the market to no avail. Thus, the TunesRemote+ project was born so the project could live on and advance in the Android Market while being maintained by a larger group of members. The code is hosted on Google Code where issues, bugs, and patches may be submitted.
Google Code: http://code.google.com/p/tunesremote-plus/
The original TunesRemote material is Copyright 2008 Jeffrey Sharkey (http://dacp.jsharkey.org/) and released under Creative Commons BY-NC-SA license for documentation and GPLv3 for code.