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  1. jim_h's Avatar

    73 Posts
    I'd like to use my phone to control my PC's audio volume. I recently spent a futile hour installing and trying remote-control apps (and their 'server' peers on the PC). They either didn't work, or were 10 time overkill, requiring far too much fiddling. I don't want to run a remote desktop, then tediously cursor down to the task bar, find the volume icon.... I don't want to control Windows Media Center, or catalog my music, or anything else. All I care about is adjusting the audio volume.

    Any suggestions from anyone?
  2. Sephinator's Avatar

    3 Posts
    Have you tried this one?
    Sure it's pretty overkill, but it got a media control.

    Unified Remote | Windows Phone Apps+Games Store (United States)
  3. jim_h's Avatar

    73 Posts
    Hey that one looks good at first glance, I'll try it, thanks.

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