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[App] RemotifyMyDroid (my 3rd FREE app)

30th June 2011, 02:27 PM   |  #1  
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Hello Everyone,

i've finish working on my application RemotifyMyDroid, and uploaded it to the market place toy can download:

https://market.android.com/details?i...from_developer

it sends notifications to your PC, when you got event on your mobile,
best case when you are charging your mobile in a room, and setting in another..
however you can use it in different purposes ...

the phone and the PC should be on the same LAN,

in future i may upgrade it to work over the internet ...

it notifies for those events:
1- Incoming Call (shows the caller number to)
2- Outgoing Call (someone using your mobile to call a number)
3- Your mobile is fully charged (in case you were charging it)
4- Someone unplugged the power of the charger.
5- New Incoming SMS.

to download the PC server
http://www.yazandroid.com/
and go to RemotifyMyDroid (1st link) and it contains some screen shots to.

also have a look at my other FREE 2 applications there


your feedback is appreciated

Yazan.
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1st July 2011, 10:17 AM   |  #2  
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Sounds great, but I think setting this up might be a tad harsh for general use (firewalls etc). I would suggest building an intermediary platform (web service) to communicate to. That way you can have a very easy setup. For instance, you can use the Google login service to identify yourself from the phone and the notification program and that's it then. No IP's or port numbers as most users don't know what that is anyway.

But for the techies, good start.

Cheers
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Sounds great, but I think setting this up might be a tad harsh for general use (firewalls etc). I would suggest building an intermediary platform (web service) to communicate to. That way you can have a very easy setup. For instance, you can use the Google login service to identify yourself from the phone and the notification program and that's it then. No IP's or port numbers as most users don't know what that is anyway.

But for the techies, good start.

Cheers

good point, and that what i was afraid about in the first place
i am planning to take this to the internet as a next step, i will be doing that soon

thanks bra1nDeaD
1st July 2011, 11:05 AM   |  #4  
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good point, and that what i was afraid about in the first place
i am planning to take this to the internet as a next step, i will be doing that soon

thanks bra1nDeaD

No problem
4th July 2011, 09:00 PM   |  #5  
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Portal pending. Nice app
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I will use this when it's possible to use it via the web. Maybe a Chrome/FireFox/IE plugin would be cool?
5th July 2011, 11:49 AM   |  #7  
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Really nice idea!
Another suggestion : an honeycomb client

let us be notified about our phone when it's away and we're using our favorite tablet
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I'm sorry to have to say this, but I think you may have wasted your time:

http://code.google.com/p/android-notifier/
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I'm sorry to have to say this, but I think you may have wasted your time:

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What a great find... The integration with Growl will be excellent on my HTPC. Also, this allows easy integration with EventGhost through Scripty.
5th July 2011, 01:54 PM   |  #10  
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just installed. works fine.
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