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Anyone tried My Mobiler for Android Yet

9th March 2012, 08:07 PM |#1  
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My Mobiler will allow you to view and control the device from your desktop.

Has anyone tried this for the Prime yet?

I have it on my Win6.5 TouchPro 2 and love it.
Link to their homepage:
http://mymobiler.com/

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10th March 2012, 05:45 AM |#2  
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Originally Posted by robertg9

My Mobiler will allow you to view and control the device from your desktop.

Has anyone tried this for the Prime yet?

I have it on my Win6.5 TouchPro 2 and love it.
Link to their homepage:
http://mymobiler.com/

Thanks,
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tried it with my nexus no go

man i remember this app way back in the day on my windows mobile phone it was da bomb I hope they update it
20th April 2012, 06:59 PM |#3  
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tried it with my nexus no go

man i remember this app way back in the day on my windows mobile phone it was da bomb I hope they update it

They just released a version for Android, but it requires a "rooted" device.
Unfortunately, I'm on .21 and unrooted.

Like havi said, it was a good app in the "old" days....glad to see it available for Android....now all I have to do is to wait for the root capability.

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Wow, I remember that app back in the Windows Mobile Days. It never was very good, but was very useful when wanting to type text messages with your keyboard.
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Wow, I remember that app back in the Windows Mobile Days. It never was very good, but was very useful when wanting to type text messages with your keyboard.

And useful when those crappy single touch screens quit working....only app that saved my data

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20th April 2012, 09:03 PM |#6  
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And useful when those crappy single touch screens quit working....only app that saved my data

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Totally, when The screen broke on my old HTC Tytn, it was able to get my data off using My Mobiler.
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Totally, when The screen broke on my old HTC Tytn, it was able to get my data off using My Mobiler.

Ha same phone I had problems with!

Anyone get this working? it connected but wouldn't show the display

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