Control Everything With BlueputDroid for Android
You may remember about 1 month ago, we wrote an article about an app called BlueputDroid. This app was used to control a PS3 via the Android device and could be used as a touchpad or a keyboard to make things like typing on the PS3 a little bit easier. Well, it looks like its author, XDA member berserker_devel did not just sit idle for the last month. The dev has completely revamped this app, re-wrote a big part of the code, and best of all he made it compatible with other bluetooth enabled devices like computers (multiple operating systems), and even with internet TV like some Vizio models. The app will allow you to use it as a mouse or as a keyboard. The only drawback is that there is a whole range of popular devices that are not supported by the app, but as time goes on, this is bound to change.
Please leave some feedback if you like the app and in case you find any bugs.
BlueputDroid is an application that allows to use your device as a remote mouse and keyboard for your PC/PS3.
You can find more information in the application thread.
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