RaspController – Manage your Raspberry Pi with your smartphone

[App] RaspController


RaspControllerRaspController : Manage your Raspberry Pi with your smartphone

New life for RaspController !!! The app has been completely redesigned, improved GPIO support and extended functions already present.

Features included in the app:

GPIO managment (On/Off or impulsive function)
File manager (Explore the content of Raspberry PI, copy, paste, delete, download and visualize properties of files)
Shell SSH (Send custom commands to your Raspberry PI)
Camera (Shows images of the camera connected to the Raspberry PI)
Support for sensor DHT11/22 (Humidity and temperature)
Support for sensor DS18B20 (Temperature)
Support for sensor BMP180 (Pressure, temperature, altitude)
Support for Sense Hat
Info Raspberry PI (Read all the information of the connected device)
Pinout and diagrams
Wake On Lan (Use Raspberry PI to send “WakeOnLan” magic packets)
Shutdown
Reboot

It use protocol SSH
Authentication: password or RSA
Tested on Raspbian

App multilanguage: Danish, English, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Italian, Persian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish, Vietnamese

Full translators list: www.gallinaettore.com/android_apps/raspcontroller/#languages

Kindly don’t use the Evaluation System for reporting bugs. Instead, please contact me directly.

FAQ:

What Raspberry PI configuration is required to use RaspController?

1. Root password configured on Raspberry PI.
If you not already did it, you would enter in your Raspberry PI terminal:
sudo passwd root
and enter password desired.

2. SSH enabled on Raspberry PI.
To enable SSH commands enter in your Raspberry PI terminal:
sudo raspi-config
and enable SSH in the menu ‘Advanced options’.

3. To allow SSH with root user.
To allow SSH commands with root user enter in your Raspberry PI terminal:
sudo nano /etc/ssh/sshd_config
or
sudo leafpad /etc/ssh/sshd_config
and change the line:
“PermitRootLogin yes”
At the end save and reboot.

4. Configure RaspController with root user.
Make sure that the device created on RaspController has the user: ‘root’ and password: root password set on Raspberry PI (step 1).
You can use the user ‘pi’, but many operations (such as GPIO management, shutdown, reboot…) won’t be available.

RaspController user reviews :

Excellent app! Will buy pro version if I keep using it.

I enjoy using the App and it was great fun translating it to Afrikaans.

Works well

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