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Wake on Wan, app for WM
Wake on Wan is a Windows Mobile application created by XDA member petititi that will let you wake up hosts in a network or Internet. Application is served for multi resolution devices using WM 6 and up.
The developer placed the source files for download too in case you want to take a look “under the hood”.
Originally posted by petititi
[APP]Wake on Wan V1.3 (01/08/10)
I have created a new Windows Mobile application to wake up hosts in a network or over the Internet. Your networkcard and/or PC must support AMD’s Wake-On-Lan (WOL), most networkcards and PC’s do support this nowadays.
Use Win32 Sense SDK.
Sources files available!
Stores hostname, MAC address and port number using registry.
Wakes up a host in a local area network (LAN) or in a remote area network (WAN)
Support for all screen resolutions
A Windows Mobile 6 Smartphone or PocketPC device with access to WAN (wifi/3G/GPRS…)
Computers in your network that support Wake-On-Lan
You can find more information in the application thread.
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