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Question Remote Control Your Phone from Your PC

Does anyone know if there is any software out there
that would allow me to remote into my android phone via my pc?
All I'm really looking for is to be able to remotely view the screen of my phone remotely.

There is a great software package out there made by
http://www.soti.net/

but they do not have software available for Android.
This would be for use with the new evo

Any ideas?

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Picme in market.
You can also setup dyndns if you know how and what it can do. They also have an app
I'm currently working on data access and full phone control. It's kinda hard to get everything working together.

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Have you heard of this product?
http://airwatchstore.com/

I wonder if it really works with android. I don't have an Android yet, as I'm looking at getting the Evo later this week.
Will someone try the demo, and let me know what they think?
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*RoidRage I'm excited to see your product developed. I think your developing in a good niche as there doesn't seem to be very much software out there for this application of remoting into your phone. I'll definitiley have to give it a try.
 
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I briefly looked at it. Appears to only be for Windows mobile and iPhone.

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that's what I noticed too, however when you go to purchase it asks you what OS you have, and there is an Android option, but perhaps they are just collecting date, although in their wiki file it also mentions they support android.
 
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search for the app phonemypc in the android market. it is everything u are asking for
 
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search for the app phonemypc in the android market. it is everything u are asking for
well we want to control the phone from the pc not the pc from phone
 
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h**p://code.google.com/p/wifikeyboard/

Might do what you need
 
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well we want to control the phone from the pc not the pc from phone
ahhhhh sorry read it wrong
 
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GOT IIIIIIIIT!!! dload Webkey from market!!!

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