Can you control your home using your Sony Xperia T ?

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


Short specification of Sony Xperia T

Sony Xperia T home automation from SonyOperating system: Google Android

Producer: Sony

Model Name: Xperia

NFC Support: Yes


The Sony Xperia T (codenamed 'Mint') was unveiled by Sony in August 2012. The smartphone features a 4.55-inch screen, 1.5GHz dual-core Qualcomm processor, 'one-touch' NFC functionality and runs Android 4.0 with an upgrade to Android Jelly Bean promised "shortly after launch". The device, currently the flagship in Sony's range, was seen being used by James Bond in 2012's Skyfall.


How to use Xperia from Sony as universal remote controller ?

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

Then install it on your Xperia.

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 Sony Xperia T.

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

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