Xbox Media Center Browser & Remote for Windows Phone 7
XDA member dstruktiv presents this Xbox Media Center remote for Windows Phone 7. XBMC Remote7 will let you browse through your media libraries and control Xbox Media Center via a virtual remote. The developer mentions that the free trial version limits the amount of media items you can view, everything will work the same as the full version, you just won’t get all your movies and music in the lists.
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Originally posted by dstruktiv
[APP] XBMC Remote7 – An Xbox Media Center browser and remote for WP7
First time posting here, I’ve been developing an Xbox Media Center remote for Windows Phone 7 as A) It’s fun and B) The other available ones are crap.
My app is called XBMC Remote7 and I’m about ready to submit it to the market place, I was wondering if there’s anyone around that uses Xbox Media Center and has a WP7 phone (Developer or otherwise unlocked) that would be keen to give my app a go and give me some feedback?
You can browse your media libraries and control Xbox Media Center via a virtual remote.
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