Projects / RemoteWAP


RemoteWAP is a remote administration tool for most operating systems that can run a Java virtual machine. It has been designed for anyone who wishes to have complete control of their operating system from anywhere by using a WAP enabled mobile phone. The RemoteWAP application is written in Java, and the client front-end pages are written in WML. RemoteWAP has a Java Swing GUI for easy control.


Recent releases

  •  27 Jul 2004 17:54

    Release Notes: Minor changes were made, including a new GUI skin, extra settings tweaks, and a lot of code updates.

    •  23 May 2004 09:18

      Release Notes: New images were added, the Javadoc was updated, a bug with updating the config file was fixed, the Restart button, lots of platform dependent code, and image logging was fixed, and passcode updating was added to the configuration GUI panel.

      •  14 May 2004 04:05

        Release Notes: A lot of code was updated. Start and Stop now work correctly. Server commands now load from a file to allow you to add your own WML and commands. The configure tab was changed and now updates the settings file. Additional error checking was added.

        •  03 May 2004 17:31

          Release Notes: The application has been tested on Linux with the Java 1.4.2 and 1.5beta SDK. The core of the application works; you can control the operating system with a mobile phone, but there is still work to be done to the GUI.


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