8 ratings (4.000 average)
What's new in this version (1.03.10):
Fix for password and keyboard bug. Thanks to "Carl" for the bug report!
Increased text size.
Remote control your Windows/MacOS or Linux PC over WiFi/Internet!
Mouse pad with click on tap and mouse wheel area.
Up to 200 buttons which each can be customized.
Sensor controlled movement for mouse and keyboard.
Any number of Android devices can connect to the same PC.
Easy sending of text with the soft keyboard, for example a web address or chat.
Password protected for some but LOW security. No data encryption on the protocol, use only on a secure connection!
Multitouch support allows multiple buttons to be pressed at the same time and also while simultaneously moving the mouse.
Up to 32 different keyboard layouts can be customized (2 in the free version).
You also need to download and install a small Java server program to the PC which should be controlled.
Download the (latest) server program at:
Unpack, go to the unpacked directory and start the server from the command line:
/home/anv1/mousekeysremote-server-1.0.3$ java MouseKeysRemoteServer
Important note for firewall and security concerns:
The application defaults to use UDP port 5555 to communicate with the PC. Password protected for some but LOW security. No data encryption on the protocol, use only on a secure connection!
Last comments from Android Market
Works great in Linux Mint 11. Mouse is surprisingly responsive and setup was simple. Using the app on a DroidX with CM7.