Showing posts with label Android device. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Android device. Show all posts

How to use your Android smartphone as remote mouse and keyboard for your PC

connect your PC/laptop with your Android Smartphone/tablet


here is how you can connect your PC/laptop with your Android Smartphone/tablet with it either as a keyboard or mouse.


Android OS has the entire domain use of mobile phones in a short period of time. Since it is always fun to do great things with your smartphone, we are presenting a new way to use your Android Smartphone/Tablet. This is like a keyboard or mouse for your PC.

Before we start, you need to know this "This process only works with Intel-based PCs". Now all you have to Android remote keyboard app and software.

How to set up Intel Remote Keyboard


  1. Download Intel Remote Keyboard on your Android device or tablet.
  2. Download and install the Intel Remote Keyboard host on your Windows PC. You will need to choose x86 or x64 depending on their windows. If you are not sure what you are, there are four simple ways to know if you are on a 64-bit version of Windows.
  3. (Important: Make Sure Your Android and Windows devices are connected to the same Wi-Fi network.)
  4. on your Android phone, tap the Windows device name.
  5. Your Windows PC will now show a large QR code. Scan only with your Android smartphone's camera (according to the instructions on the screen and the two devices together.
  6. You'r all set!


What you can do:


Intel keyboard looks much like any Android keyboard

the app is basically a virtual trackpad and keyboard for your computer. You can use it in portrait or landscape format.

In portrait mode, your screen is divided into the area of trackpad on the top and the keyboard at the bottom. Intel's keyboard looks much like any Android keyboard, but it also has a windows key, an ESC key and the four arrow keys.


remote keyboard

Stuff which should have been there:

there could be some advanced controls to optimize the system. First of all, there is no continuous scrolling" , which means that they must touch scroll button repeatedly to scroll up to a large distance. Secondly: there is no "Direct Volume Control" , because it is always cheaper, adjust the volume using a special key as for the use of the mouse. We expect that these features will be included in the next update.

source; techworm

How to use an Android device as a sat nav Without WiFi

How to use an Android device as a sat nav Without WiFi


Remember when we used to use maps to get places? Now we have a little electronic voice that tells us where to go, getting lost is not as fun as it used to be and have replaced arguing over who said we should turn left at the traffic lights and replaced it with patience waiting for the box "recalculate" disappears.

If you have not started in the world of satellite navigation, and you own an Android device, do you think you could use your phone or tablet as a GPS knew no extra cost? Even if you know where you are going in life, it is still useful to have a little voice assuring you that you are on the right track. 


Did you also know you do not need WiFi to use your Android device for satellite navigation? The Global Positioning System (GPS) that leaves your Android device knows where you are, anywhere in the world, works through direct communication with a satellite way up there in space. It has nothing to do with your Wi-Fi; It is a completely different animal. It actually requires at least four satellites to provide information about the exact location but as long as you can see the sky, you should be fine. Do not use GPS for Android caving.

What is needed is access to download maps that allow your SatNav calculate where to drive, but you can eliminate the need for this just make sure you have all the necessary maps already downloaded before starting your trip. This does not mean that downloading individual towns or cities, usually, you can download an entire country at a time, and so unless you're participating in the Gumball Rally, a map should be sufficient.

A series of free applications are available in SatNav Play Store me help you out also providing free downloads of maps. As with all these things, some are better than others, but the options that might suit you better than another so try a few out. The ones I've found helpful, with maps of the United Kingdom for free and a good user interface and are Navfree MapFactor but the choice is amazing, just search for "free SatNav" on Play Store.

If nothing else, improve your relationships, as you can now blame your Android device to get lost and not the other.

Android L reports, accelerating the race to smartphones 64bit

 Mainstream availability expected by the end of 2015 


Android L reports, accelerating the race to smartphones 64bit

Android device manufacturers may have scoffed at the idea of ​​a smartphone 64-bit when Apple introduced the iPhone 5S last year, but those same hardware manufacturers are apparently tripping over themselves to catch up now.

Hit-or-miss DigiTimes has L word next operating system Google Android seems that the timetable for the adoption of 64-bit capable hardware to maximize the operating system moves.

According to anonymous industry sources, the 64-bit CPU could become "technology mainstream" to Android smartphones in late 2015 as manufacturers have stepped up their efforts to adopt the fastest architecture.

Lenovo, K-Touch, Huawei, HTC Vivo and have all reportedly signed 64 bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 610, 614 and / or 410 processors, designed with rapid migration to Android L in mind.

On your marks 


64-bit processors from rival MediaTek and Samsung have already started to make their way into the supply chain, with the architecture of MediaTek reportedly in the hands of "mobile vendors based in China."
Samsung apparently plans to maintain its own 64-bit technology closer to home with smart phones in the house for the remainder of 2014, presumably expand availability to other clients next year.
Huawei Technologies Subsidiary Hisilicon also seems to have a roadmap designed to 64 bits, but sources claim these processors will not appear until the first half of 2015 at the earliest.
Google has not yet confirmed its official release (or even a final name) for Android L. However, L rumor Android could release as early as next month, and the mobile rage building about 64 bits, which probably won 't have to wait long for the next generation operating system.