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Windows Mobile iSCSI Initiator
XDA member Matt_Williams told us about iSCSI Initiator for Windows Mobile devices. The application will let you connect your WM device to your hard drive whenever you are over WiFi or mobile connection. It can be installed on any Windows Embedded device or Windows Mobile phone. Upon installation, it can be connected to already existing iSCSI Targets and to increase security, using a CHAP user authorization is recommended. You can see a video preview of how this app works.
You will be able to use it to access your hard drive when not at home, copy data directly from mobile device to a backup drive, and automatically save pictures from your phone to your hard drive, among other features.
The developer will be pleased to get some feedback from you.
Originally posted by Matt_Williams
Windows Mobile iSCSI Initiator – Connect to your HDD no matter where you are!
I would like to tell you that there is an app that allow you to connect to your hard drive whenever you are over WiFi or 3G/4G. Thanks to that you can get huge storage boost (even 2TB) in your Windows Mobile 4.x to 6.x phone. Best thing is, you can do it for free!
First this software is KernSafe WinCE iSCSI Initiator and it works for both, Windows Embedded CE and Windows Mobile. It uses iSCSI technology to attach new storage to your phone. You can connect to your drive using either WiFi or 3G/4G.
Continue to the application thread to find more.
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