Android App To Control PS3 Games Via Phone

You can now turn your Android phone into a wireless game controller for your PS3 console. The app named BlueputDroid is spotted on the XDA forum and is currenlty in beta version.

However, you mus have your Droid rooted to make the app work. To download and install Android PS3 app simply click on the XDA forum link below.

The list of Android phone handsets supported include:

  • Google Nexus One (made by HTC)
  • Google Nexus S (made by Samsung)
  • Motorola Milestone
  • Motorola Cliq
  • Motorola Cliq XT
  • Motorola Droid X
  • SonyEricsson Xperia X10
  • Archos 5 Internet Tablet
  • Dell Streak
  • T-Mobile G2
  • Acer Liquid (only on Android 2.1+)
  • Motorola Droid (only with custom firmware, like Cyanogenmod)
  • HTC Hero (only with custom firmware, like DarchDroid or FroydVillain)
  • HTC Eris (only with custom firmware, like Cyanogenmod)
  • HTC Desire/HD (only with custom firmware, like Cyanogenmod)
  • HTC Incredible (only with custom firmware, like IncDoes)
  • HTC HD2 (only with custom firmware, like Amelia X6 HD2Froyo)
  • Samsung Galaxy Spica (only with custom firmware, like Cyanogenmod)
  • T-Mobile G1 (only with custom firmware, like Cyanogenmod)
  • HTC Touch HD (originally WinMo device, works only with Android firmware, like Cyanogenmod/Neopeek)

As currently the app is in beta so you must check for more feedbacks before trying it out on your handset. The developer has also posted the video demonstrating Android phone controlling PS3 games.

[via xda]

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