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My Motorola Photon Q running "2X client" remote desktop.
Why Motorola Photon Q?
* Best phone keyboard I've used with 5 rows, dedicated number keys and bright backlight
* 4.3" screen, high 960x540 resolution, 256PPI
* 1.5GHZ Qualcomm MSM8960 CPU, dual-core, 1GB RAM, 8GB ROM
* HDMI output. Connect a bluetooth mouse+keyboard and it becomes a desktop
* 1920x1080 camcorder with front-facing camera for live video calls
* Loud speaker
* Standalone GPS for NavFree, Sygic, OsmAnd, offline Google maps
* Battery life is about average
* Accessible SD. Not hidden under the battery
* Networks (or use WIFI text): 4GLTE, CDMA 800/850/1900, GSM 850/900/1800/1900, LTE 1900, WCDMA 850/1900/2100
Price: About $125-$200 US on Ebay in good condition (or lower if you're willing to watch and wait then bid in the last 30 seconds).
I paid $43 used with scratches on screen (repaired/restored) and a bad ESN. Free WIFI text: TextFree, TextNow, TextPlus. Free internet from nearby WIFI modems.
Previews of my recent FASM programs (2013):
|05 Jul 2013, 20:45||
i never heard of 2x client, thanks for this info,
so, after install 2x client in your android, and 2x server? on pc, one could remote desktop / application from it?
nice graphics as usual, uart777
you remote desktop to the mobile phone to take screenshot, or your application run on desktop, you use mobile phone to remote desktop into it?
|06 Jul 2013, 12:13||
Thanks. 2X client is a remote desktop utility that runs/mirrors Windows 7/8 on your phone: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tux.client&hl=en
Setup: In 2X, create new RDP Connection. Server is the IP address of your PC (example: 192.168.2.1). In Windoze Command Prompt, type ipconfig. Enter the IPv4 Address. To run my Windoze programs, Color Depth must be 32BIT. The remaining settings should be obvious.
|06 Jul 2013, 21:10||
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