Use Your Android Device As A Bluetooth Input Device for the PS3 [Video]


An application from the ranks of XDA called BlueputDroid is now in beta. The application allows you to pair your Android phone up with your PlayStation 3 and use the phone as an input device. You can use the phone’s keyboard to input text and there’s a virtual trackpad that lets you move the cursor inside the web browser. Not all devices are supported, but this is a beta so that could change. You can find the list of devices over at XDA. You’ll also need to disable any ad blocker you may be using as the app will refuse to work otherwise. [PocketNow]

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  1. Alright… then soon anyone can just come over and play 4 player games if bluetooth androids become controllers

  2. this is awesome, cant wait to go home and try it.

  3. Looks like a PC, not a PS3?

  4. I hope this can be the groundwork for creating a PS3 Remote app, since the console is my main media center at home, and it’s impossible to make my Harmony remote work with the PS3 without buying an expensive dongle (yuck).

  5. “BlueputDroid – PC keyboard/mouse test”

    …This has nothing to do with the PS3

  6. Cool. I might have to try it out.

  7. Its probaly for otherOS when the ps3 was able to run Linux…

  8. Embedded the wrong video.

  9. Sound ok, but it would be better if it was use as a remote. Or better yet as a microphone

  10. Wii would be nice too

  11. @Justin, a bluetooth keyboard is a bluetooth keyboard, no difference between PS3 or PC one.

  12. nothing has to be rooted right?
    its all just bluetooth capability?

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