I have not been able to find a relevant topic so I thought I would start a new thread. I have Micromax A50 (no giggles pl) and I want to use it to view remote desktop of my Windows computer. I want to use the application on LAN (not Internet).
Recently I got my Nexus S water damaged and they refused to accept warranty repair due to the water damage they found. Now it works partially, it boots, but the screen image does not show. The touch works, for example I am able to go blindly to the camera and take some photos and I know it works because it makes the shutter sound.
Due to the water damage the phone originally got into download mode only, the internal ROM was wiped out and I had to flash a new ROM and Recovery etc. with Odin. Now the phone is running stock factory image of ICS, and I need to figure out how to flash there something with debugging enabled, because the recovery doesn't work too.
The question is, is there a way to get some kind of remote desktop working over USB without doing anything on the screen? I'd like to be able to set up the phone as an AirPlay receiver at least.
I'm looking for an actual Windows Remote Desktop app to connect directly to my job's server. I know one exists on iPad, but I haven't found the Android equivalent. I need something that supports all the options just like in the Windows Remote Desktop Connection's Advanced settings such as:
RD Gateway server settings User Name Server name Domain/computer
What I am NOT looking for are apps that must have software (like a VNC server) installed on the host computer, e.g., Splashtop Remote. It must use standard Windows RDP.
I know there are lots of threads about this already, but I need to RDP for work. So I have been looking for the best app to do that.I tried xtralogic's rdp, which is nice, but it looks like it only works with VPN, and when I tried to VPN in, it would give me a out of memory warning, and crash.So I tried phonemypc. also nice, but that only works if the account in use is constantly logged on to the servers, which I can't do.My account always gets logged off because other users need to get on as well.is there another app that might work better than these? does anyone else have a similar problem?
Can anyone recommend an app (paid or not) that is virtually vnc/remote desktop for a droid.I would love to be able to remotely support my fleet of EVO phones when someone calls in with a problem, I could simply 'remote' into the phone and make the necessary changes.
Has anyone got this to work with the Evo ?If so, how does it look? I downloaded AndroidVNC and installed RealVNC on my computer but it never connects. Yes I have port forwarded 5800 & 5900, typed correct PW, typed server address correct etc etc. I get 2 problems, 1st it immediately says "VNC connection failed" almost TOO fast, like it doesnt even try to connect and just says failed.2nd it gets stuck connecting but never connects.I've used remote desktop with the Hero and iPhone 3gs and they were quite laggy and choppy (obviously). I'm very interested in how the Evo would look.
I am interested in swapping to Google Play Music from Spotify. However, I am yet to find an android app that allows me to remotely control playback of Play Music on my desktop.
Play Music is now available in Europe and the US and I am sure its user base is only going to grow. This, combined with the fact that there are no such apps at the moment.
Play Music has a wide range of keyboard shortcuts that can be found here. If the app is capable of sending these keyboard commands to the Play Music tab in the browser then it should be able to have quite extensive control over Play Music. Most of these remote apps require a server component installed on the target computer. I was thinking that perhaps this could be achieved via a Chrome extension so that it can remain platform independent.
Are there any good free remote desktop clients out there? I'm trying to be able to use my desktop whilst at work or anywhere when I need to do something productive.I'm really looking forward to using something like this on this awesome Incredible
I was looking for a Remoter Desktop client in the marketplace and see there are quite a few pay ones (too bad there are no free ones). None of them mention if they work with the new, more secure, RDP introduced with the latest versions of Windows. I tried one demo app, and it failed to connect to my Windows 7 computer (which uses this latest version by default). Can anyone confirm a remote desktop client that supports the latest version of RD?I found a great VNC viewer, but I need one that specifically supports the built in remote desktop protocol.
Searching the forums came up with some old posts I'd like to get some feedback and am wondering what people are using these days for a Remote Desktop app. Free is preferred, but I could always shell out some cash if the free apps are garbage.
I was thinking of getting one and trying it out, but I don't know how often I would use it. What do you use it for? Can you watch Hulu on your home PC on your phone? Is it more of a work-related thing? Is it just for forgotten files?Just wondering how useful an application like this is to the normal day-to-day user.
So here's a question for you guys. I'm new to android and I'm looking for an app or combination of apps that will allow me to do a few things on my home PC. I'd like to be able to do the following from anywhere, not just my home network: -Access my desktop via remote desktop -View (and possibly edit) documents/pdfs on my PC -Stream music from my PC. I've been doing some research and it seems there are a few options for what I'm trying to accomplish, so I'm hoping you folks can point me in the right direction.
Sitting on a HTC Desire and a Samsung Galaxy II and I'm playing around with YouTube/leanback on my PC and the Youtube Remote app. Everything works great, but I can't get YouTube/leanback to play in fullscreen. Is there really not an option for this? I have used google-fu to the best of my ability but I can't find the answer.
im using the free version currently but i will be buying the full tomorrow just to support the dev.Home (Remote) search for remote on the marketplace to get the app on pc (Windows XP PRO also win 2k and 2k3) right click my computer >properties >remote >allow remote desktop connection.if you have a dynamic IP which most of us have then you need to setup a 3rd party service....im using dyndns.com and its working perfect as of tonight.
i'm thinking about getting one of these. i haven't actually had a chance to try either one yet, but was wondering if ppl had opinions about which one is better, how well they work, etc.phonemypc: SoftwareForMe.com - PhoneMyPC xtralogic:Remote Desktop Client for Android
im trying to remotely access my pc. I have windows 7 ultra and have enabled remote sharing and disabled all firewalls. And turned off all antivirus/firewall programs. I have also opened port 3390. The good news is i can detect and begin to connect to my designated pc. Unfortunantly as soon as it conects it says logging off. And an error pops up saying, "connection reset".
got my ip from "whatismyip.com", although there is a router too.have rdp configured to accept connections from me, on desktop have comp description set not on domain so don't have that filled out (or am I, sort of, being behind router?) should default gateway address be entered in there?what else is there, should be connecting, did this with my winmo phone, worked like charm.
I use remote desktop to connect my home computer to my office computer. I would like to see how this looks on the Incredible. Any screen shots out there of how Windows 7 or XP looks when displayed on the phone?Anyone use an app to connect to a computer using Windows 7?
Is there any remote control app that will work on hulu desktop? I have "mycontrol" which works on windows media center, however, it's not 100% compatible with hulu desktop. It hardly can navigate up and down but works fine with right and left buttons. If there's any remote control works perfectly with hulu, that would be just awesome since there are way more videos on hulu than my windows media center.