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industrai

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  1. Possibly the same could be achieved with DS2Key Client on NDS > DS2Key Server on PC > Synergy Server on PC > Synergy Client on Android, until some aspiring developer decides to port something like this over. There is DS VNC, and there are VNC servers for Android (that require rooting your phone), so that may be another way to go as well. Thanks anyways, I appreciate the response!
  2. Thank you very much for this piece of software, I have used it a number of different times with great success, and recommend it to people who are looking for gamepads to buy. I wonder if it would be feasable for an Android port of the DS2Key server software. Being able to use my NDS as a gamepad for my Android phone would be great, and the top screen would make a perfect cradle for it with a little duct tape . The Android OS also let's you configure it as a wifi hotspot, so it could be used when you're away from a router on some devices. I understand the Android SDK is free, based on Linux and uses Java, so would a port to Android even be possible? Thanks again!
  3. I know this is probably a pretty huge enhancement request, but it would be absolutely awesome if the microphone and speakers/headphones could be used as a wireless gaming headset from within DS2Key. I'm guessing this would probably require coding a sound card driver for Windows, in addition to the actual code that transfers sounds over wifi. I know there is VoIP homebrew for the DS, perhaps this code could be used as a starting point. What do you think? Is this feasable? Thanks!
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