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Monday, January 7, 2008

Bluetooth Remote Control v0.85

With this software, you will be able to control remotely your desktop mouse, and applications like Winamp, iTunes, the Windows Mixer, the Windows Media Player, PowerPoint, Media Player Classic, PowerDVD and the Vista's Media Center.

You'll also be able to pause your favorite music software when the phone rings, then play it back when you hang up.

Here is what you need to use this software :
* An installation of the Windows XP Service Pack 2
* A Bluetooth enabled Windows Mobile Device (like the Orange E200/QTEK 8080, the C500, C550, C600, M3000/HTC Wizard/TyTN, Motorola Q9, and probably any Windows Mobile 5 and 6 device)
* A Bluetooth radio on your laptop/desktop supported natively by Windows XP (which is detected by the Windows XP Control Panel), or that is supported by the Broadcomm Stack (Formerly Widcomm).
Note that BlueSoleil and Samsung stacks are not supported for now.
* The .NET Framework 2.0.

The Mobile Client is installed automaticaly via ActiveSync. Also note that your Windows Mobile Device will ask you twice on the first start about software modules that are not known, just answer yes. (This is for the main executable and a satellite native DLL)

Since version 0.8.1: The Desktop Mouse can be controlled remotely from the mobile device, on a touch screen device. Just point and tap on the device's screen.

Since version 0.8.0: iTunes has been added, phone events like ringing or hangup are now bindable to applications commands, applications can be disabled, the last application is remembered for next server launch.

Since version 0.7.0: This software is now compatible with both the Widcomm and Microsoft Bluetooth stacks.

For now, this software is free. This software is provided "as is" and I cannot be held reponsible for any damage done to your installation that could be the result of an incorrect manipulation of the software. Just the usual :)

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