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XDA Creates BlueputDroid: Use Your Android As Bluetooth Keyboard & Mouse For PS3

XDA, the community of developers that is always rooting, romming, modding, hacking and creating something has created a new app called BlueputDroid.  The BlueputDroid app is in a BETA release and available to select Android handsets.

BlueputDroid allows you to use your Android device as a Bluetooth keyboard and mouse for your PlayStation 3.

Here is a video of the app in action. There is no audio as the developer says he doesn’t speak English well:

See a list of supported devices and read more after the break

The following is a list of supported devices for Blueput Droid. There is a lot of information over at XDA including the list of unsupported devices.

  • Google Nexus One (made by HTC)
  • Google Nexus S (made by Samsung)
  • Motorola Milestone
  • Motorola Cliq
  • Motorola Cliq XT
  • Motorola Droid X
  • SonyEricsson Xperia X10
  • Archos 5 Internet Tablet
  • Dell Streak
  • T-Mobile G2
  • Acer Liquid (only on Android 2.1+)
  • Motorola Droid (only with custom firmware, like Cyanogenmod)
  • HTC Hero (only with custom firmware, like DarchDroid or FroydVillain)
  • HTC Eris (only with custom firmware, like Cyanogenmod)
  • HTC Desire/HD (only with custom firmware, like Cyanogenmod)
  • HTC Incredible (only with custom firmware, like IncDoes)
  • HTC HD2 (only with custom firmware, like Amelia X6 HD2Froyo)
  • Samsung Galaxy Spica (only with custom firmware, like Cyanogenmod)
  • T-Mobile G1 (only with custom firmware, like Cyanogenmod)
  • HTC Touch HD (originally WinMo device, works only with Android firmware, like Cyanogenmod/Neopeek)

There are a few apps in the Android market that allow you to pair your device and your gaming console but this is the first of it’s kind for the PlayStation 3.

Is your phone on the list? Download BlueputDroid here

Source: XDA via Pocketnow

TDG Note on XDA, TD and Other Developer sites.
Developers are a great asset to the Android ecosystem. The developers at TD, XDA and others are working hard to bring you the best possible ROMs and Mods for your Android device. As such please follow their rules for newbies if you have never visited their site and please for the love of god don’t every ask for a timeline.  XDA requires that you post 10 posts and become an active member of the community before joining the discussion on the development board.

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