How to set up remote access to a computer with your cell phone.How to install and configure the .NET VNC mobile viewer. How to connect to your PC Industry Email List you're away from home Of course, at the time, there were no Internet-enabled Windows Mobile devices. In fact, at the time, the Internet itself was still in its infancy. Today, there is not only the Internet but also these nifty little web mobile devices that allow you to do some pretty magical things on the Internet. Not the least is to connect and control your computer from anywhere in the world. How to set up remote access to an Industry Email List with your cell phone It wasn't that long ago that being able to pull out your trusty PocketPC and set up remote access to your desktop computer would have sounded like science fiction. Today, it is not only a reality, but it is completely free.
Dave previously wrote on how to remotely control your mobile device with your desktop. There are a lot of reasons why this would be helpful. However, the reverse is just as useful. Having the ability to configure remote access to your personal computer from anywhere in the world has limitless possibilities. But how exactly does it work? First of all, it uses the free technology that was mentioned earlier in How to Spy on Your Spouse Using Your Computer. You configure the server on your personal computer exactly as shown in this article, but to connect to this server, you need an Industry Email List that works on your Windows Mobile device. The best available client that I have found is Windows Mobile open-source Viewer created by Rocky Lo.
How to install and configure the mobile viewer. Rocky Lo wrote his mobile client because there weren't any other clients available that offered a lot of features. This viewer is an awesome mobile version of the desktop version of the Real VNC client. While installing the software, you will find that it is extremely easy to immediately establish a connection to the service Industry Email List on your personal computer. How to configure remote computer access with the connection configuration of your
The mobile version of Lo offers client-side scaling, full-screen mode, and is highly configurable to update as often or as little as you want. Lo fully tested its latest version on an Industry Email List with Windows Mobile 2003. For this article, I tested it on an HTC / Cingular 8125 smartphone running Windows Mobile