3CX DroidDesktop 2

3CX DroidDesktop 2

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3CX DroidDesktop 2 (formerly known as 3CX Remote Android Desktop) allows to take the control of your mobile phone via a Wifi/Internet/Usb connection, using your web browser. You will have several apps to access different services on your Android device. The following features are available:

- Sms: You can send your sms via web interface, just like from your phone. Autocomplete, mass-messages, and other features. If you use Chrome of Firefox with desktop notifications extension, you can receive a popup directly on your browser.
- Contacts : You can see the contacts present on your phone, add or delete phone numbers and emails.
- Call Handler : When your phone starts to ring you will see it on your Web Desktop, and you can decide to answer (With speakerphone or headset of your phone), refuse the call or silence the ringer. You can also call a contact using the appropriate icon or a phone number.
- Camera: You can see the camera of your phone
- Remote View : You can see the screen of your device and eventually take screenshot. Needs root permissions.
- Sensors : You can see the values of the sensors of your phone. You will find a compass that shows the orientation of your phone and a Google Maps showing the position based on Network or GPS.
- Clipboard: You can see and set the clipboard of your phone absolutely in real time.
- FileManager: A complete file manager with preview functions, to navigate into your device memory. You can fast see text files and images double-clicking on the file icon. Files can be uploaded with drag&drop too (IE doesn't work).
- Personal Web Server: Web pages hosting on your android phone!
- Remote Control: Control your phone from remote view!
- Shell: A simply but complete way to access the phone shell directly from the web.
- Logs: Now you can see the logs directly via web interface!

Internet Explorer in compatibility mode is not supported.


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Recently changed in this version

# 7.1.201
- Added Wi-Fi keyboard support. Use your PC's keyboard to type on your phone.
- Added 'Set as Wallpaper' support for images selected in 'File Manager'
- Added an alert when using remote control with a non rooted device.

# 7.0.198
- Fixed some bugs on Android 4.4
- Added new auto Wi-Fi activation option
- Application has been renamed to DroidDesktop
- Improved layout used is themed according to OS version
- Removed Title from start menu on desktop
- Minor text improvements

Comments and ratings for 3CX DroidDesktop 2
  • (62 stars)

    by flowintoauu on 05/05/2011

    It is ok but www.mNode.net does the same without the need to be connected to a WIFI network. You can even leave your phone at home and write a sms simply by opening www.mnode.net with a browser on your PC or MAC.

  • (62 stars)

    by Nginmu Mbetse on 29/05/2014

    wouldn't connect

  • (62 stars)

    by Om Mishra on 25/05/2014

    Big file transfer is too plz improve unless it won't worth.

  • (62 stars)

    by Richard Grubbs II on 13/05/2014

    I really wanted to like this but it hasn't connected one single time so it is absolutely useless. My other remote control apps are connecting just fine.

  • (62 stars)

    by Rick Cowell on 22/04/2014

    I've been looking for an app that does exactly this for so long! This is perfect, I love it! Quick rule set up on my broadband router and I can access my phone anywhere on the internet!! Truly awesome app!! Only one niggle, long SMSs appear in the threads as individual messages now which is a bit annoying :-( (Google Nexus 5 / Android 4.4.2)

  • (62 stars)

    by Alexander Nezymaev on 09/04/2014

    Ever since I updated it to the latest version I have it stopped working correctly. The annex contains a link to an incorrect IP address like 100.xxx, although the device has an address 192.x.x.x, on which it is available in other applications (ftp server for example). Trying to log in to 192.x.x.x:8080 but does not give a positive result, although the title WEB page I see the correct title Desktop

  • (62 stars)

    by Jake Wertz on 25/03/2014

    I am trying to answer my phone through my Macbook Pro, but it says that my device isn't supported. I would really like to be able to do this with my phone (T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy SII...yes I know it's an older version). Is there any way we can get this fixed for older version smart phones?? PLEASE HELP!!