If u want to include AndroidCtrlUI.dll in ur current or new .NET project, you have to do the following steps.
  • Open for example VisualStudio and ur project
  • Go to References
  • Add the AndroidCtrlUI.dll
  • (Optional) place the AndroidCtrlUI.xml beside the AndroidCtrlUI.dll (This will give u the markup in VisualStudio)

And in ur code u have to assign the namespaces like:
// Top of ur .cs file
...
using UIREM=AndroidCtrlUI.Explorer.Remote;
using UILOC=AndroidCtrlUI.Explorer.Local;
using AndroidCtrlUI.Tools;
...
 
To access the ExplorerModel you must act like the following example.
 
// Here we load the needed language strings
 
// This is the AutoLoad() method, it will check the current UI language and try
// to load the given language if it exists. If not, it will load the english language.
Language.AutoLoad();
 
 
// This is the Set() method, it will load the given language as default if it exists.
// If not, it will load the english language.
// Currently, u can use the following keys "en-EN", "de-DE", "it-IT".
// This method check only the 1st and 2cnd char, so if ur key look for example like "en-GB"
// or "de-AT" it will load the english (en-EN) or german (de-DE) language file.
Language.Set(string langkey);
 
 
// Here we create a Remote-Explorer view (for single element placement)
UIREM.Models.ExplorerView ExplorerR = new UIREM.Models.ExplorerView();
or
UIREM.Models.ExplorerView ExplorerR = new UIREM.Models.ExplorerView(IDeviceInfo device);
or
UIREM.Models.ExplorerView ExplorerR = new UIREM.Models.ExplorerView(bool actOnDllSelection, IDeviceInfo device = null);
or
UIREM.Models.ExplorerView ExplorerR = new UIREM.Models.ExplorerView(bool actOnDllSelection, bool useMediaScanner, IDeviceInfo device = null);
 
 
// Here we create the Remote-Multi-Explorer view
UIREM.ExplorerModel ExplorerMR = new UIREM.ExplorerModel();
or
UIREM.ExplorerModel ExplorerMR = new UIREM.ExplorerModel(bool useDllSelection, bool useMediaScanner);
 
 
// Here we create the Local-Explorer view
UILOC.ExplorerModel ExplorerL = new UILOC.ExplorerModel();
 
Now pls have a look on the navigation on the left side and choose ur XAML implementation way.

That's all for the moment.