Psiloc IR Remote | Symbian Software
Infrared (IR) ports were one of the most overlooked feature in all Nokia, LG or Samsung cell phones in the past mainly because it was not the most convenient or fastest thing around, but also because the range of the traditional infrared ports were only a meter! With the introduction of the Psiloc IR Remote, an application for your smartphones through which you will be able to remotely control all your consumer electronic items including your home television, air conditioner, VCR, CD, DVD, Hi-Fi, your home theater system, the SAT, amplifier etc and many others. How does one single mobile software do the work of remote controllers alone? Through the use of one of the most undermined features in the cell phones and smartphones market, the Infrared!
The entire database of this mobile, remote control based, symbian software have specific codes for almost all the items made by the latest and the greatest brands including Sony, General, Philips, etc. This means with this Nokia mobile application installed on your phone and provided that your Nokia S60 smartphones comes with the basic IR port, you will be able to surf all the channels on your TV without reaching out for the actual TV remote controller or simply skip to the next song on your Hi-Fi stereo system, or even change the DVDs inside your DVD player. The obvious question one might ask is that “why exactly will I use my cell phone to change the TV channel, why not the actual remote? Is this mobile application really equipped with all the features of my existing remote controller?”
My obvious answer is because this application will turn your Nokia symbian phone into a central remote controlling hub for all your electronics. Imagine maintaing 20 remotes for 20 different electronic goods and now imagine you are controlling all the 20 through one remote and you can carry that remote, talk through that remote and even do a conference call with the remote all at the same time! Super convenient, isn’t it? and yes for both!! The second question is very easy as Psiloc IR Remote for Nokia provides every single functionality that your actual remote is featured with.
Psiloc IR Remote supports far more than a several thousand specific models of different type of consumer electronics and brands. From Sony to Aiwa to JVC and Kenwood, nearly everything is there! All you have to do to get the complete functionality of your actual remote on your Nokia Psiloc IR Remote mobile software is to simply choose the kind of product you are setting the Series 60 mobile remote controller for, pick your brand appropriately, pick one of two layouts according to your phone’s screen resolution and surf away!
You have the option to save unlimited numbers of database entries literally and so it means that even when you are traveling and the place you are going have their air conditioner turned off, you have the power to start up and control the fan speed with temparature at the same time! The person who’s in charge of control will surely go ballistic because at the majority of cases they will never even imagine that it was your PHONE doing the actions lol.
The library of the Psiloc IR Remote is designed from the scratch. The huge list of devices and model numbers might make you think that the controllers of this Nokia S60 application is not one but trust me, this symbian mobile application will impress you thoroughly in this department. Plus, like I said before, you will be able to control the interface and functional buttons through your phone’s keyboard.
In very rare cases you might not find your specific model number on the list of supported devices, in such cases all you have to do is upload the model number, type of product and the brand of the product online. After the completed submission of your device’s details in the database, it will be automatically added to the pending devices list which is updated real time and before you can even get the time to log out of the site, you will probably see the configuration for your mobile phone’s keyboard there in your inbox!
All in all, the complete 360 degree aspect of this Nokia symbian series 60 3rd edition mobile phone software is one of the best organized, with easy navigation and set up. The fact that you will get a central remote for all the electronic devices in your phone means that you will be able to “do stuff” even when you are feeling way too crazy to get the actual remote control on the other side of the table. I have included a huge list of codes already to get you started and 99.99% chances are there for you to find all your products already.
Please refer to the read me document found within the download before you decide to install it on your Nokia smartphones and handhelds. I have included the latest version of this fine mobile application for you to take advantage of. Additionally, for those having compatibility issues please do try the other version that is within the compressed download package.
Please do follow the exact steps shown below:
Some product demos and walk through:
This latest version of Psiloc IR Remote with full database support and easy uploads os compatible with a wide range of cell phones including Nokia 3rd edition phones like Nseries based Nokia N96, N85, N75, N79, N78, N73, N95, N70, N80, N81, N82, N76, N77, N71, 6233, 6290, 3250, N91, N92, N93, N6600, 5800 Xpress Music, N95 8gb, XpressMusic 5700, 5500, E50, E51, E60, E-Series powered E66, E71, E61, E62, E70, E65, E90, 6120, 6121, Luna, Carbon Arte and Arte, Sirocco, etc and many more. Additionally some 3rd edition Symbian OS 9.1 Samsung mobiles, LG, Motorola, and SonyEricsson handsets are also supported. Major GSM and WCDMA netwok operators like AT&T Wireless, Telstra, Verizon Wireless, Vodafone, Orange Mobile UK, Cingular, 3G Wireless, Hutch, Nextel, T-Mobile, Virgin Mobile, MTN Group, Airtel, Reliance Mobile, etc and many others all are well supported.
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