BlueputDroid is an application that allows to use your device as a remote mouse and keyboard for your PC/PS3.
Here it is a short demonstration (no audio since I don't speak english well ):
Please note that root is required for this application.
Open the application and click on the start button (top/left button ">")
Check for errors in the log window
IMPORTANT: if you got the error "invalid or inactive bluetooth device", your device is not supported and your only option is to try a different ROM like Cyanogenmod (I cannot fix that because the problem is at "kernel" level).
Pair your device with an host of your choice* like in video 1 (Linux) or 2 (PS3)
Once paired, click on the lens button (secondo top/left) to refresh the available bluetooth devices
Click on a device of your choice to establish a connection
Once connected a green screen should appear (like in video n°1)
Single press to simulate the left mouse button (the background should change in blue)
Double press to simulate the right mouse button (the background should change in red)
Hit "menu" to show/hide/change the keyboard
Linux: works (tested on Ubuntu 10.10)
Windows 7: not working (I'm actually trying to fix it)
MAC: ? (reported to not work)
Vizio Internet TV: works (thanks to Trevor for reporting)
Here it is a preliminary list of supported/unsupported devices (need to be tested) thanks to Wiimote Controller's author since the "requirements" are the same (the detailed problem is reported here).
Google Nexus One (made by HTC)
Google Nexus S (made by Samsung)
Motorola Cliq XT
Motorola Droid X
SonyEricsson Xperia X10
Archos 5 Internet Tablet
Acer Liquid (only on Android 2.1+)
Motorola Droid (only with custom firmware, like Cyanogenmod)
HTC Hero (only with custom firmware, like DarchDroid or FroydVillain)
HTC Eris (only with custom firmware, like Cyanogenmod)
HTC Desire/HD (only with custom firmware, like Cyanogenmod)
HTC Legend (only with custom firmware, like Cyanogenmod)
HTC Incredible (only with custom firmware, like IncDoes)
HTC HD2 (only with custom firmware, like Amelia X6 HD2Froyo)
Samsung Galaxy Spica (only with custom firmware, like Cyanogenmod)
T-Mobile G1 (only with custom firmware, like Cyanogenmod)
Samsung Galaxy S (only with custom firmware, like Cyanogenmod)
HTC Touch HD (originally WinMo device, works only with Android firmware, like Cyanogenmod/Neopeek)
HTC/T-Mobile myTouch 4G (only with custom firmware, like Cyanogenmod)
Samsung Galaxy Spica
Samsung Galaxy Tab
HTC Desire Z
HTC Evo 4G
LG Optimus S/T/One
new layout option that allows to choose between standard keyboard, custom keyboard and sixaxis (PS3 pad)
new option for autohide the keyboard on mouse input
paired/unpaired devices are now automatically refreshed
I've been dreaming about this since my first day with the d1 when it was released
Sent from my SCH-I500 using XDA App
OG droid - Since release day ===>Still kickin
Sammy Fascinate - screw u samsung. POS
Droid Charge - First taste of LTE goodness! thanks devs for making this phone tollerable
Gnex - Retired/Frankenstein Project
!!!!Droid DNA!!!! https://www.google.com/ <=============== USE IT, its magic
Thanks to all of you for your support.
I hope to be ready to release an "alpha" version next week but it will be very unstable and not user friendly
I updated the first post with the "requirements" for testing this app.
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