Android Based Remote Desktop Client
|Ajit Kotkar1, Alok Nalawade1, Siddhesh Gawas1, Aniket Patwardhan1, Snehal Mangale2
|Related article at Pubmed, Scholar Google|
Android based remote desktop client is a remote control system which allows you to view and interact with one computer (known as “server”) to another computer or cellular phones (Android OS) anywhere on the intranet. A viewer is provided on the cellular phone that enables the user to see and manipulate the desktop of remote systems such as MS Windows. The system to be accessed must be running a server and it must be attached to a network. A proxy is used to send the image of the desktop to the cellular phone, to convert different devices, to suppress network traffics, and to support recovery from an unscheduled disconnection. A prototype of the proposed system been implemented using Android and will be tested on a Android Virtual Device emulator. To reduce user effort and solve problems inherent to the cellular phone‟s small screen, several functions are provided on the cellular viewer. Virtual Network Computing protocol is used to access Graphical User Interface of remote computer. It is based on the concept of a Remote Frame Buffer or RFB. The system will use Remote method invocation (RMI) and screen image capturing techniques of API‟s to implement VNC. All functions such mouse clicking, opening files, Playing media can be perform on server computer.