ISSN: XXXX-XXXX Volume X, Issue X, Month Year
A Remote Phone Access for
Smartphone Events
Siri H.P
Dept of Computer Scienc...
International Journal of Innovatory research in Engineering and Technology - IJIRET
ISSN: XXXX-XXXX Volume X, Issue X, Mon...
International Journal of Innovatory research in Engineering and Technology - IJIRET
ISSN: XXXX-XXXX Volume X, Issue X, Mon...
International Journal of Innovatory research in Engineering and Technology - IJIRET
ISSN: XXXX-XXXX Volume X, Issue X, Mon...
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Remote Phone Access is the eventual remote control tool for the Android Smartphones event access. The events like application actions such as your phone may unlock when you are away and remove the stor-age drive card on your Smartphone or making Blue-tooth on for sending the any kind of personal data from your Smartphone etc. Trust event logger will give you the information of all these actions of what happened and when. To perform all these operations manually, it takes more time to access the device information and also the physical presence of user is needed. To overcome these problems we represent an application called “Trust Event Logger”.

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  1. 1. ISSN: XXXX-XXXX Volume X, Issue X, Month Year A Remote Phone Access for Smartphone Events Siri H.P Dept of Computer Science and Engineering BTL Institute of Technology Bangalore, India sirireddyh.p@gmail.com Abstract: Remote Phone Access is the eventual remote control tool for the Android Smartphones event access. The events like application actions such as your phone may unlock when you are away and remove the stor- age drive card on your Smartphone or making Blue- tooth on for sending the any kind of personal data from your Smartphone etc. Trust event logger will give you the information of all these actions of what happened and when. To perform all these operations manually, it takes more time to access the device information and also the physical presence of user is needed. To overcome these problems we represent an application called “Trust Event Logger”. 1. INTRODUCTION Android OS environment provide platform for us- ers to develop their own applications for the Smartphones. Android applications run in a sandbox. This is a separated area of the system that does not have access to the rest of the system’s resources, un- less access permissions are explicitly conceded by the user when the application is installed. Before in- stalling an application, the Play Store displays all required permissions. After reviewing the permis- sions, the user can choose to accept or refuse the in- stalling an application [1]. The Trust Event Logger is an android application developed for the Smartphones. There exist some situations where we may want to access our devices wirelessly. For ex- ample consider you may leave your Smartphone in your home or any of the places in the case moving somewhere very immediately. Those kinds of situa- tions will make the Smartphone users to feel bad be- cause the user has to go and get back the phone. This may cause more time consumable or any kind of data may be loss or accessed by unauthorized user of the phone by the time you get the phone back. The Trust Event Logger is designed for accessing the Smartphone remotely wherever you are of the place. This application will provide the Smartphone user to feel free of condition about the above situations. The application requires the internet access to remotely access the Smartphone events. 2. SYSTEM DESIGN ARCHITECTURE The system design architecture will give you brief introduction about the how the Trust Event Logger application has been designed. The Trust Event Log- ger consist of four components namely Remote Sys- tem, Web Server, GCM (Google Cloud Messaging) and the Smartphone Application. REMOTE SYSTEM The Remote System will provide the services for user to access their Smartphone events from the re- mote area by sending a request to the Smartphone and retrieving the information with the use of inter- net.
  2. 2. International Journal of Innovatory research in Engineering and Technology - IJIRET ISSN: XXXX-XXXX Volume X, Issue X, Month Year 2 Fig. 1 The Trust Event Logger Architecture. WEB SERVER The Web Server provides the server facility to the user to store their Smartphone details and it also acts an intermediate layer to serve the responses from the Smartphone to the remote system. GCM (Google Cloud Messaging) GCM (Google Cloud Messaging) is service provid- ed to the android developer to send the data from the web server to the Trust Event Logger application. The GCM will generate the Registration ID for the user application, using the Register Id the user can able to get the response from the server. MOBILE APPLICATION The Trust Event Logger application will provide response to the user request about the particular events successfully. The events may include like re- moved media, Bluetooth on or off, battery percentage and phone is unlock or not etc. 3. SYSTEM IMPLEMENTA- TION The implementation of the above system design involves three major modules, which are Smartphone Application Module, Communication Software Mod- ule and the Remote Data Retrieval Software Module. A. SMARTPHONE APPLICA- TION MODULE The Smartphone application module which includes all the Smartphone events like battery power, SD card, removed media, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and ring mode actions etc. this application is used to get these events action immediately from the remote area using internet of Wi-Fi facility. This application requires some of the android packages to get the data and re- spond to the remote system. Once the application has implemented, run the application and make sure you have internet or Wi-Fi connection in the Smartphone. B. COMMUNICATION MODULE The communication module provides the Smartphone user to get the access of Smartphone from the remote place. This module require user to create an account to register their Smartphone appli- cation with application website. The Smartphone registration can be done by using the Smartphone IMEI number or using device name. The web server will send a verification ID to the Smartphone for the verification of the Smartphone details. Once the veri- fication is done, the server identifies each device that has registered to retrieve Smartphone events from the remote area. C.REMOTE DATA RETRIEVAL SOFTWARE MODULE The remote data retrieval module helps the Smartphone user to retrieve their Smartphone events details from the remote system. This module requires user to login with the application website. Once the login has done successfully, the user can able to se- lect the device using the device name or IMEI num- ber to send a request to the Smartphone. There will be a list of event functions, the user can select with their own interest to retrieve the details by single event or complete details of the Smartphone. By choosing particular function the notification of re- quested data has been sent to the Smartphone through the GCM service, the Smartphone will provide the response to the user request through the web server successfully. 4. EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS A. USER LOGIN PAGE
  3. 3. International Journal of Innovatory research in Engineering and Technology - IJIRET ISSN: XXXX-XXXX Volume X, Issue X, Month Year 3 Fig. 2 Smartphone User Login Page B. ADDING THE DEVICE Fig. 3 Add the Device to Register C. DEVICE VERIFICATION Fig. 4 Successful Verification of Device D. CHOOSE THE DEVICE AND FUNCTIONS Fig. 5 View Details By Selecting Device and the Function. E. RETRIEVE THE DATA Fig. 6 Complete Event Details of Smartphone 5. CONCLUSION The system presented above can be helpful for all Smartphone users. It saves man power and time con- sumption by providing a remote access to the Smartphone. The Trust Event Logger application will not only retrieve the data from the remote place, it will know you whether the Smartphone is used by unauthorized persons or not by knowing the event actions. It also allows multiple users to use multiple Smartphone to retrieve data from the remote place. Future design is to include the function like word, gallery or any Smartphone data from the remote place. 6. REFERENCES [1]http://www.androiddevelop.com [2] Jaya Bharathi chintalapati,” Remote computer access through Android mobiles” IJCSI International Journal of Computer Science Issues,Vol. 9, Issue 5, No 3, September 2012 ISSN (Online): 1694-0814. [3] Ajit Kotkar,” Android Based Remote Desktop
  4. 4. International Journal of Innovatory research in Engineering and Technology - IJIRET ISSN: XXXX-XXXX Volume X, Issue X, Month Year 4 Client” International Journal of Innovative Research in Computer and Communication Engineering. Vol. 1, Issue 2, April 2013 ISSN (Print): 2320 – 9798 ISSN (Online): 2320 – 9801. [4] Prof. P.L.Ramteke, Dr. D.N.Choudhary,” Smart Phone Access, Control & Security: A Survey” Inter- national Journal of Emerging Technology and Ad- vanced Engineering Website: www.ijetae.com (ISSN 2250-2459, Volume 2, Issue 6, June 2012). [5] Anjumara Inamdar, Heena Aggarwal, Sayali Ka- dam, Mayuri Kadhane, COMPDROID -Remote Desktop Access through Android Mobile Phone In- ternational Journal of Science and Modern Engineer- ing (IJISME) ISSN: 2319-6386, Volume-2, Issue-1, December 2013. [6] Blase Ur Carnegie Mellon University- bur@cmu.edu, Jaeyeon JungMicrosoft Research jjung@microsoft.com, Stuart SchechterMicrosoft Research stus@microsoft.com” The Current State of Access Control for Smart Devices in Homes” Work- shop on Home Usable Privacy and Security (HUPS) 2013, July 24–26,2013, Newcastle, UK. [7] Cheng-Lin Tsao, Sandeep Kakumanu, and Raghupathy Sivakumar, “SmartVNC: An Effective Remote Computing Solution for Smartphones” Mo- biCom’11, September 19–23, 2011, Las Vegas, Ne- vada, USA.

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