Microsoft’s Project Rome SDK Released; Allows to Control MS Devices from Android


Microsoft has released Project Rome SDK on Android. This new Standard Development Kit will allow you to control Nearby Microsoft Devices from Android.

project rome sdk

Project Rome for Android is a bit limited at the moment, as it only supports Android to Windows communication. It is already available on Windows 10, means on whatever device Windows 10 is present. Once a remote device is connected, developers can use the Remote Launch API to trigger opening a specific application or website.

Windows 10 is also gaining momentum and developers are switching to it as a universal developing platform.

So, guys get ready to manage your windows enabled device from Android in coming months.

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