orb3000 · Jun 6, 2011 at 09:00 pm

Access your computer from Windows Mobile devices

Here’s another interesting option to interconnect your devices, presented by XDA member adils3d, who found a great free software that will let you connect to your PC via your Windows Mobile device no matter where you are located. You will be capable of doing almost everything as if you were in front of your computer: transfer files, send mail, etc. The original poster includes a step-by-step guide to complete the process with videos for added simplicity. This method has been tested on Xperia X2 and can be found for both Touch screen and non touch screen devices.
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Originally posted by adils3d
Access your computer from any where in the world with your windows mobile device.

Found this great software with which you can connect to your desktop view your desktop on your phone open files do almsost anything that you do on a PC to your desktop from ANY WHERE ON THE GLOBE.

Attaching the files for Windows Mobile SmartPhones and Windows Mobile Pocet PCs and also the desktop client.

I use a SE Xperia X2 and Have installed the Desktop client on my computer and installed the Windows Mobile smart phone application on my mobile.

Pics atttached below of my desktop on my X2
i will explain the correct installation procedure.

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