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Control Your Phone Remotely With LazyDroid Web Desktop
Want to be able to take control of your mobile Android device by simply using your web browser and accessing a website? XDA forum member CloudsITA has developed LazyDroid Web Desktop, a web application that allows you to control your mobile phone from a WiFi, internet or USB connection.
- SMS – Send SMS via the web interface
- Contacts – view and manage your contacts
- Call handler – call/answer/reject/silence calls with the speakerphone or headset on your phone
- Remote view – view the screen of your device and take a screenshot (requires root)
- Sensors – view the sensor values of your phone
- Clipboard – view and set the clipboard of your phone
LazyDroid Web Desktop is available to download free in the Market, for more information head on over to the application thread.
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