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Very nice article !
It's very helpful and worth sharing, interesting stuff ?
this is really amazing post thanks for the information and also i have one question....
do you have any idea that how can i read all whatsapp msg of other phone without ever touch that phone trough his mobile number ?
can you use a second android phone (S3) as a ip camera to veiw with an (S5) if you don't have wifi/router/or Internet access besides the main S5 phones 4glte ?
persay do any settings like wifi direct or whatever enable you to do this ?
is there any app? which sends us the image of receipient who is receiving the messages ?
Does this article apply to Android Tablets as well? If so, why are articles usually written about Android "phones" instead of Android "devices"?
There is no difference msot of the time
That's what I thought - thanks for your reply.
i'm using Airdroid 184.108.40.206. i failed to connect my device with my pc when my device is far away from my pc. is there something wrong with my general setting? my general setting pretty much looks like device name A51w, remote wake up "on", power saving mode "off", dim the screen when airmirror starts "off", keep screen awake "off", require confirmation for web lite "on", remote transfer for file transfer "always allow", and port number "auto". i saw the problem like this in Airdroid 2 causes by "push service". but in Airdroid 4 there's no "push service" button. how do i manage my device to keep connect with my pc though it's far away. please respond to my question as soon as possible. because i really love this app
I really loved AirDroid but I recently got the iPhone 6 and now I can't communicate with my computer/:
Do you have an IOS version of the same topic?
I might add that IP Webcam is also useful for Android phones that you don't use anymore. Install it on a phone and connect it to your WiFi and you have a permanent security monitor for you home. You can monitor it from your current phone with many apps.
These are awesome collection of apps, i liked that airdroid and will use it soon. Here are some other interesting security apps that are helpful for your smartphones. http://www.cbronline.com/news/tech/software/malware/top-5-android-security-apps
Instead of AndroidLost.com, I still prefer Lookout. You get lost phone features (make a noise, even when silent; access GPS and tell me where you are), you get some additional features, like when the battery gets below 5%, it turns on the GPS and sends out a "flare" so you will know where it was when it died ... because the battery ran out. So, even though you didn't realize it was lost and now the battery is dead, it still has a reminder of where it was.
But, some of those features of AndroidLost.com sound pretty good, too!
What about using MightyText to send and receive SMS messages when you aren't close to your phone?
Wow. Very useful apps. Thanks! need to download these.