Dikeytus: A Flexible Server/Client Application

Posted on Jul 30 2009 - 3:15pm by mrwangkai
Dikeytus
Version: N/A
Cost: Free
M. Lüftenegger (Developer Info)
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With Dikeytus, you can setup connection between your smartphone or pocket PC with your desktop PC. Currently, we have tested its mouse, keyboard and media feature. From the design and layout on the client, the Dikeytus application doesn’t seem to be fully integrated with the Samsung Omnia.

The application’s main purpose is to be used as a remote control, so you can chill on your control and still be able to control your desktop PC. It can indeed perform that task, but in a rather sub-par way.

To get it to work on your device you will need to install both the server and client applications. Once installed, next step will be to setup the server. Here are the steps to find the IP address from your computer for the server:

  • Press Windows+R to bring up the Run screen
  • Enter ‘cmd’ to get to the Command Prompt
  • Enter ‘ipconfig’ to pull up your IP information
  • Look for the number next to IP or IPv4 (i.e. 156.124.1.1)

Now when setting up a new server, enter that IP address in. Press Start on your desktop and Connect on your smartphone to establish connection. The video and screenshots below will give you a preview on the 3 main features on the application.

Screenshots


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Video


httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PCEsmV_WJwc


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Min Req: Windows Mobile 5 and 6 PocketPCs
Device Tested: Samsung Omnia
Samsung Epix
Price: Freeware
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Target Audience: This may not be the masterpiece that you are looking for, but it can certainly be something you can try and play with when it comes to client/server application.

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