Just got my S4, how do you use the IR in the phone to remote controll tv's, stereos and such?
Every app i found is through wifi or some sort not just IR.
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I am new to this community and don't know much about technology. I am having problem with my HTC ONE X PLUS. The phone was working really fine until yesterday. My phone is not searching the wifi connections. I tried really hard by switching the phone wifi on and off and even restarting the phone number of times. But these things didn't help. Please help me to sort this issue out.
I was convinced, that AirDroid is useful only for Samsung devices When you have Android phone with wifi (and your PC, too), there is one more Android apps useful to exploring your Android's phone on PC. It's Remote Desktop. You have to install Remote Desktop on your phone. After that you can connect to all kind of computer with WIFI.
How do you like the IR blaster on your Butterfly?
What is the effective range it can achieve?
How "directional" is it? (Is it necessary to point it directly to the IR receiver of your TV/etc?)
Does it have a "learning mode" like the HTC One?
All I have is my phone:
Motorola Photon Q 4g Sprint
And my tablet:
Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7" GT-P3113
I like using my tablet cause it's got a bigger screen and the battery isn't too terribly bad on it vs the 2 hrs use I get out of my phone (cause I'm constantly on it!) SO, I was thinking... How can I remote access my phone from my tablet?
So I've just noticed this on Sac's v3 (4.3), but my IR blaster isnt working with WatchOn or any other app. I tried using my wifes iphone camera to see if it's showing any light out of the Blaster, but I didnt see anything. I tried running a backup of Sac's v8, a clean install, and Triforce, and none of those work either.
Any suggestions? Should I try odin'ing back to stock?