Remote into a mobile device using  Windows mobile 6.1

Posted on 2011-04-20
Last Modified: 2013-12-05
Is it possible to remote into a device using Windows mobile 6.1?

Is there a 3rd party software that is easy to use or does remote desktop protocol work well with it?

Im looking for personal experience not just a weblink.
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    i agree with my mobiler ,it's a best solution .
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    I'm assuming you are trying to connect from a Windows Mobile 6.1 device to another device (e.g. a PC?):

    Remote Desktop is one option - usually client is installed on the device.

    There are also VNC viewers:


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    Was hoping for more personal experience shared instead of links
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    I have successfully used both RDP and VNC sopme time ago on earlier versions of Windows Mobile and Windows CE/Handheld 2000.

    On the larger displays of the latter it worked well, but on the smaller displays of Windows Mobile, you will always scroll around to some extent.

    However, it means you can do what you need to do.



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