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Let Missed Calls And Messages Become A Thing Of The Past With RemotifyMyDroid
Do you ever run into situations that require you to charge your phone in one room, while sitting on the computer in another? In these cases, do you tend to go back in forth between the room where your phone is and the room where your computer is, just to check for missed calls or messages? If this sounds like you, then XDA member stinger1‘s RemotifyMyDroid is for you.
Originally posted by stinger
It notifies for those events:
1- Incoming Call (shows the caller number to)
2- Outgoing Call (someone using your mobile to call a number)
3- Your mobile is fully charged (in case you were charging it)
4- Someone unplugged the power of the charger.
5- New Incoming SMS.
In order for the application to work, your phone must share a LAN line with your PC and you must install the application on both your phone and PC. To find out how you can take advantage of the features of RemotifyMyDroid, visit the original thread.
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