Veency Remote Desktop Server for iPhone

Veency Remote Desktop Server for iPhone

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Saurik has released Veency, a remote desktop server for your iPhone..

Veency allows you to access your iPhone via any Mac or PC. You can then view your Springboard and access other applications through your computer.

Currently there is no password or toggle for the server; however, these features are planned in the future.

If your device has ever been just out of reach, this package is for you: you'll never need to touch your iPhone or iPod Touch again! Instead, sit back and enjoy the comfort of remotely logging into your phone via VNC. You can view the screen, touch controls, and even push the lock and menu buttons all from the comfort of your desk or laptop.

To activate, simply install it. When connections come in you will get a notification dialog asking if you want to accept. You can tell if there are any active clients by way of an icon on the status bar. Just remember VNC is not a very fast protocol.


You can watch the video below for a demonstration


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maz
maz - September 22, 2008 at 11:39pm
*EDIT: JollysFast VNC is an better choice for Mac. http://www.jinx.de/JollysFastVNC.html
Jocke
Jocke - September 22, 2008 at 3:53pm
I´ll have to accept connection every time i connect from VNC. With that this app isn+t very useful. Is there a workaround for that?
maz
maz - September 21, 2008 at 8:24am
Anyone get problem with their network at the Mac computer after used this app!? Mine have slow down wit about 50%!?? Any clues ideas how to fix it??
maz
maz - September 20, 2008 at 1:54pm
@Kendall: okay thx mate. But as I was faster then u to find it out I´ll give the guys, and u, an advice how to connect it with mac. Download "Chicken of the VNC" from somewhere (for example here--> http://www.apple.com/downloads/macosx/networking_security/chickenofthevnc.html ) click the chicken and BAM it will work well and smooth.
Kendall
Kendall - September 20, 2008 at 1:42pm
Geez.. calm down :/ Once you have installed it on your iPhone, you need to connect with a separate program from your computer. I don't use a mac. Perhaps someone who does can help you find the best client for your needs, but for now google will have to suffice. http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/forum-replies-archive.cfm/721366.html There are tons of suggestions there. I'm sure it shouldn't be too hard to google that, download it and install it. Once you've done that, you connect to your iPhone's IP (Settings -> WiFi -> Little blue button next to network name -> IP Address) and a message will appear on your iPhone screen.
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