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Control Your PC/PS3 With BlueputDroid 1.2.0
If you own a PS3 or PC and would like to control either from the comfort of your sofa using your Android mobile device, check out BlueputDroid by XDA forum member beserker_devel.
BlueputDroid is an application that allows you to use your device as a remote mouse and keyboard for your PC/PS3.
You’ll need to pair your device with an host of your choice and establish a connection. A single press simulated the left mouse button and a double press simulates the right mouse button.
For a full list of supported devices and tested hosts head on over to the application thread, where you’ll also find a couple of videos of the app in action.
BlueputDroid is available to download free in the Market, the app requires root access.
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