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marc_soad    0

As the title says, is there a way I could send the data from AIDA64 to an iphone?

I would make an iphone app that displays a hud out of AIDA64 data. (think of a car cluster!)

I would like to send something like the HTML logging feature, but only the most recent row.

any Ideas?

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Mice007    10

We have plans to extend AIDA64 monitoring functions to mobile devices such as iPhone with minimal configuration/setup needs. This project have a lot of potential for other interesting features as well so it needs brainstorming and planning to create a good platform to build these ideas and feature on it. I cannot estimate any time frame for this at the moment but we hope we can roll out something in the near future.

As the title says, is there a way I could send the data from AIDA64 to an iphone?

I would make an iphone app that displays a hud out of AIDA64 data. (think of a car cluster!)

I would like to send something like the HTML logging feature, but only the most recent row.

any Ideas?

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cherylnpx    0

Hi, i am working on a project on displaying the power usage of the PC in my program.

Now i am using AIDA64 Extreme edition to view the voltage.

May i know is it possible to extract the voltage information data from AIDA64 and paste it to my program?

Thanks!

Cheers.

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Fiery    298

Hi, i am working on a project on displaying the power usage of the PC in my program.

Now i am using AIDA64 Extreme edition to view the voltage.

May i know is it possible to extract the voltage information data from AIDA64 and paste it to my program?

You can either use the External Applications feature (AIDA64 / main menu / File / Preferences / Hardware Monitoring / External Applications) to export the temperature, voltage and fan RPM values to WMI, shared memory or Registry. Processing those values from a Windows program should be relatively easy, and you can pick whichever method you prefer to process from your program.

Or you can also save those values to a CSV or HTML log file in AIDA64 / main menu / File / Preferences / Hardware Monitoring / Logging. The CSV log file is also easy to process from another program.

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Zaskar    0

This would be amazing, would love to be able to monitor your system load/temps while your away. Even just displaying it while its docked by your computer to give the Logitech LCD like functionality without being tethered to that keyboard would be awesome.

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marc_soad    0

I ended up using the registry, Though I know the following is not an efficient method of achieving this.

I have a small batch program that dumps the Registry data to an XML file.

The XML file is made available to the iphone by installing Wampserver on the computer and activating online mode.

I finaly made my iphone application using flash. The application asks for the computer IP, you enter it and Boom, got it.

It was a fun project! ;)

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