Noonski · Mar 4, 2010 at 11:55 am

WIFI Remote Access 1.6 Beta

Access, download and upload your files on your phone via your WiFi network. Read and send sms messages or just control your device. Link8506 makes this possible with a good looking user interface you can access through your browser.

Don’t let the title fool you, this application will also let you access it’s functions when connected through USB.

Recently WIFI Remote Access has had a new update, adding new functionalities.

Originally posted by link8506

Version 1.6 beta 1
-added the ability to send Text Messages (SMS) and read the SMS inbox content.
-added the ability to save a screenshot in the HTML and WPF based remote control
-fixed backspace and some other issues with the WPF based remote control
-fixed keyboard input issue with firefox in the HTML based remote control
-added a button to open WLANSettings.exe (useful to change the WIFI adapter power settings)

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