Android remote

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    Is there anywhere within the documentaion that gives clear and concise instruction to a new user on the installation of an android control program? I wish to try out aMPdroid on my tablet and the PC that MP is installed into but keep only finding in anything that can be instructions maddeningly vague. I see links that refer to other links which in turn, to other links....the info that seems to be vague in some of the instructions would be whether to install is to the PC in general, to a client PC, to the MP program files or to the android device.....


     
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