RemoteMonkeyServer

First install MediaMonkey version 4 or higher and RemoteMonkeyServer on your Windows PC and start both. RemoteMonkeyServer adds an icon to the system tray. Click on that icon to open the settings and information dialog.

The windows firewall will possibly pop up a confirmation dialog. Please confirm to allow server functionality of RemoteMonkeyServer.

There is only a single option in the settings dialog: the network port number that is used to communicate between RemoteMonkey and RemoteMonkeyServer. Change the default value (15782) only if it is already in use on your PC. The download and sync function also uses the next higher port (15783) to download files.
It is important to enter the same port number in RemoteMonkey and RemoteMonkeyServer. Click Apply to use the new value.

RemoteMonkeyServer keeps running when you close the dialog. The button Exit terminates the server.

RemoteMonkey

RemoteMonkey is available on Google Play. There is a demo version at no charge with limited functionality. Please install the demo version before buying the full version to test comptatibility with your device.
Install the full version to get all features.

RemoteMonkey is desiged for use in a wireless LAN. It holds a network connection to RemoteMonkeyServer and receives data continously.

When starting RemoteMonkey for the first time, you are asked to choose a server. A list displays the ip addresses of all available RemoteMonkeyServers of your local network.
If the list is empty, check if RemoteMonkeyServer is running on your PC. If your are using an additional firewall software, enable port forwarding (TCP and UDP) for the port number you entered in the settings dialog and TCP for the port+1 (15783). The default value is 15782.
Alternativly, you can enter an IP address manually.
You can choose another server at any time by clicking the menu button or the button in the settings dialog.

The main page contains all common remote control functionality. The display shows artist, album and title and sometimes status messages. The round area (jog dial) shows the position in the current title. You can control the position by touching and moving the jog dial.
Swipe from right to left to get to cover view. The star shows the rating of the current title. Click on it and then touch the stars to change the rating.

The lower buttons are from left to right: list artists, list albums, self defined playlists, playlist, Help, Search and settings.

A button bar will be displayed in any list if you enable the checkbox of an element. It contains the buttons play, add to playlist as next, append to the end of the playlist and download.

The button bar of the playlist contains additional buttons for moving titles up and down, deleting a title from the playlist and clearing the playlist.

You can also use the search function by pressing the search button of your device - if available.

Press and hold the back button to return to the main page directly.