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How To: Turn Android Based Phone Into Wireless iTunes Remote Control

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6 Responses

  1. DSM Design says:

    Great post v. informative!

  2. Oleg Babanov says:

    It works! Thanks!

  3. mrbreckles says:

    Brilliant stuff.
    I’d paired my phone to control my music myself before but it was a bit temperamental.
    Had to manually add my library myself but still, after that, works a charm.

    For those that read this and don’t know how to manually add your ip (and you’re using windows, not mac osx) do the following:

    Click start > run. Type in cmd and hit enter. In the dos window that opens type ipconfig and hit enter and there’s your ip :)

  4. Great tutorial. Exactly what I was looking for… you’ve just filled in the gap in my home audio setup. Thanks!

  5. adrianbo says:

    i followed your steps, but coult not get it to work, when entering the accsess code on in itunes on my mac it tells me that my “remote is now able to control iTunes” but my htc desire only shows the “0000” screen again, and on itunes another device symbol shows up. i have tried several times now, but this is as far as i have come. do you know how to fix it? :)

  1. June 24, 2010

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