Unfortunately, due to the abuse of our Remote MySQL Services, we no longer provide Remote MySQL it as a default feature.
However, if you require Remote MySQL and prove that it’s usage is directly related to your website, for example you may run a service on a Raspberry Pi and use our Remote MySQL features. In this case, your website should have relevance, such as a direct link to your service, or a video of the device in use, or a detailed description of the project.
If you submit a support ticket to our management team with appropriate information regarding the purpose of requiring the Remote MySQL feature, we may be able to activate it on your account. Each request is reviewed on a case by case basis.