Can you control your home using your LG Optimus L5 ?

Yes - you can do it even for free. Just imaginate that this awesome device from LG is equiped with NFC Sensor and it will be great for automated houses and office building applications.

 

Short specification of LG Optimus L5

LG Optimus L5 home automation from LGOperating system: Google Android

Producer: LG

Model Name: Optimus

NFC Support: Yes

 

The LG Optimus L5 has a 4-inch screen, 5MP camera and runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. The device is part of the phone maker's new-for-2012 'L-Style' range, which also included the NFC-enabled Optimus L7 and the non-NFC Optimus L3. The L3, L5 and L7 were announced at the Mobile World Congress in late February 2012. The LG Optimus L5 E610 retails from around £200 SIM-free.

 

How to use Optimus from LG as universal remote controller ?

First you have to download our dedicated application from here or Google Play

Then install it on your Optimus.

Next read BeSmart Server setup manual. for more instructions look here

If you have any problems - please feel free to contact us.

After you succeed you will be able to control your whole house or other building directly from your LG Optimus L5.



Remember that all present knowlegde are available for free and you can download all required software from our pages



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