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IPhone/IPad app VNC Server

Posted on 2011-09-29
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Is there an apple app for IPhone and/or IPad that allows a computer to view iphone?  IE setup the device as a server and have the screen be sent over the network to the viewer (my computer).
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by:henrik_arndal
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That sounds really interesting. i know you as a developer can simulate the iphone. but i dont think that works on a "real" phone.
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by:binaryevo
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Not unless you jailbreak the phone.  That allows for much much more in terms of flexibility in what your trying to accomplish.
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by:RobMobility
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James H earned 500 total points
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Obviously the easiest way is to Jailbreak your phone.
From there, just follow these instructions as you can install VNC

http://www.iphone3g-mods.com/2008/09/guide-how-to-vnc-into-your-iphone-not.html
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