So you have an Android phone and you also have an Android tablet. It just has to be a pain when you’re steadily working away on the tablet and you hear that text message *chirp* *chirp* which you try to ignore, but you just can’t. So you put down the tablet and pick up the phone, just to see an SMS that could have waited.
Well, to take away the annoyance of having to juggle the 2 devices over a test message, XDA member howettl has created an app that you can install on your Honeycomb tablet, although he says Android 3.0 is not required. The application connects over bluetooth to your android phone. See below the application features:
- Honeycomb optimized, though not required
- Push menu button to connect devices via bluetooth, with option to select a device to automatically connect to in settings
- Conversation threads use your Google contact information to display contact info
- Widget with button to enable/disable service, and displays connection information
With-in the XDA thread the dev does go into detail describing the known bugs. Also giving you information on future development, and taking feature requests. So head on over to XDA-developers, and download the zip file for your Android tablet for a bit of beta testing of the app.