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[APP][27 April 2011] GRemote Pro v1.5.12 -shortcuts for profiles

17th September 2008, 08:03 AM |#1  
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I've just released new version specially for android (WM is not touched). Here are changes:

- voice command - launch any application you want using voice!
- new Honeycomb application skin
- redesigned menus and options
- get more options in skins list - if you prefer old applets design you can download it from app
- scroll to current track when you load page with containing this track
- current track indicator
- memory optimization
- fixed problem with some buttons on gingerbread

But the most important change is new price - now it is only $4.95!!!



Please visit us:


Unsigned drivers problem?
Fixed - just install latest version

--------Description below is for non-Pro version--------

What we have now?
  • GCenter - place to select controller type
  • GMouse - mouse control like Logitech MX Air (not the same)
  • Touchpad - applet which emulates laptops touchpad with a scroll area (dpad centre is left mouse button, useful for drag&drop)
  • GPad - especially for Media Center (generates arrow keys, Enter, Backspace, Esc, Alt+F4, StartMenu)
  • GMedia - multimedia keys for Windows Media Player (VolUP, VolDown, Play/Pause,Stop,Next, Prior)
  • Keyboard - Now you can use any SIP method including the hardware keyboard in HTC Touch Pro. Extra keys on screen Ctrl, Alt (three state), Esc, Del, Tab
  • GRace - thanks to PPJoy we have analogue game controller with 2 axis and 12 buttons. It is similar to NiiMe for Nokia, but only steering wheel for now.
GRace quick howto:
- Download and install PPJoy (click green download button on the right side on his site)
- Go to "Control Panel->Paraller Port Joystick"
- Click Add button and select "Virtual joysticks" for "Paraller Port", and "Controller 1" for "Controller number".
- Now windows detect new hardware and should automatically find required drivers (if not try to install drivers manually from this directory C:\Program Files\Parallel Port Joystick)
-Run GRemteServer and you should see info on GRace tab "PPJoy status: driver opened succesful"
- Now you can calibrate you controler using standard windows functions (Control Panel->Game controllers->PPJoy Virtual joystick 1"->Properties...)


  • Installation guide with USB connection howto
  • Bluetooth connection howto
  • This program uses 5656 UDP port so open this port to your firewall configuration
  • if you are using Windows Firewall and have problems with connection try this help.
  • if you are using ESET Smart Security (Nod32) you can fallow this steps. Remember to restart GRemoteServer after you finish configure ESS.
  • if you get "Connecton timeout" message, please check your firewall. In all probability it is the source of problems with connection.

- Microsoft .NET Compact Framework 3.5 (cab)

And last, but not least - I really appreciate the help of new GRemote designer - Expo7. He does a lot of good job so Donate him if you like GRemote design!!!



Marcin Baliniak.

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To find latest version go to this location.

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17th September 2008, 08:08 AM |#2  
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i'm verry excited!

good luck coding the application
17th September 2008, 08:10 AM |#3  
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This is going to be good (imagining self playing crysis with my TP)

Any timetable on the release? Thanks
17th September 2008, 09:17 AM |#4  
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Definitely sounds very exciting .... would be really cool if the same will work on Linux, at least the basic controls.
17th September 2008, 09:19 AM |#5  
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I use linux every day and if I have a little time I will made a linux port too works as standard input device. In linux everything is more easy...
17th September 2008, 10:10 AM |#6  
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Sounds great! Hope there's room for configuration (sensitivity etc.).

Talked with a friend over using the g-sensor maybe for view control in flight simulators (i.e. IL2 Sturmovik). We found Code Mercenaries JoyWarrior / MouseWarrior as USB-G-Sensor, but if the Diamond does the job (maybe via bluetooth?) it would be awsome*!

*except the fact, that a diamond on the head looks somewhat strange
17th September 2008, 10:23 AM |#7  
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Good luck!!
17th September 2008, 10:43 AM |#8  
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This sounds great!
17th September 2008, 10:48 AM |#9  
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This sounds really great.. Looking forward to seing a stable release
17th September 2008, 11:07 AM |#10  
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Very good can not wait to see how it's going to work

Keep up the good work
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