Android VNC ServerGeneral


  1. AlanJames1987

    AlanJames1987 Member

    Does anyone know of a VNC server for Android? Not a client like Remote VNC, a server.

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  2. Demache

    Demache Well-Known Member

    May I beg the question, why do you want to access the phone remotely?
  3. byteware

    byteware Well-Known Member

    If I had to guess, it's because typing with a keyboard is easier than on the phone.

    Or my second place guess would be, because it's less obvious that you are playing on your phone during work, if it's a window hidden on your computer when the boss walks up.

    Edited to Add: Third guess, it's easier to work on the spouse's phone when you can VNC into it, than it is to try to tell them what to do, and ask them what they are seeing.
  4. Tooleman694

    Tooleman694 Well-Known Member

    iv thought about this too..

    It would be neat to do, but I cant think of any reason why id want to..
  5. AlanJames1987

    AlanJames1987 Member

    Absolutely the reason. Typing on the touchscreen is easy enough but its slow.
  6. Demache

    Demache Well-Known Member

    Fair enough. I'm not sure an app like this exist yet though.
  7. stuckpig

    stuckpig Well-Known Member

  8. AlanJames1987

    AlanJames1987 Member

    Although that looks very promising I don't have a rooted phone, and thus can't use my keyboard to control my device.
  9. meatwad

    meatwad Active Member

    Try Wifi keyboard. I used to have it. It should be just what your looking for.
  10. AlanJames1987

    AlanJames1987 Member

    Again, Wifi Keyboard is a very cool application but I have found that it takes longer to use it than just typing normally. Is there a synergy client that can be used? iOS has one, do we really want Apple to win this war?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZmQp9fGca8g
  11. jimknock

    jimknock New Member

    On iPhone I had a very nice one. I used it to document screen shots. Typing was much more convenient. When I set up a wireless tether, it was much easier to run the network connection from the computer than from the phone.
    I found Android VNC requiring root, and
    Droid VNC which didn't work on my Samsung Vibrant.
    I think I'll have to root my phone.
  12. MrChips

    MrChips Active Member

    Install the Android SDK, connect the phone to the computer via USB and open a shell from the computer using "adb shell"
  13. Cognoscenti

    Cognoscenti Member

    I need something like this as well and cant get android sdk to work at all.

    Veency on jailbroken iphone was so easy.

    Cpuld control everything on the whole iphone as if you were holding it.

    I thought Android was meant to be more open and easy to do things???
  14. Demache

    Demache Well-Known Member

  15. Charlie1

    Charlie1 Member

    I missed this thread last summer. I'm glad it got bumped. Now I've got something new to play with.
  16. toronado455

    toronado455 Well-Known Member

    Do any of these Android VNC servers let you remotely control an Android device via the internet from a Windows PC?
  17. Graham

    Graham Well-Known Member

    Yes, windows supports a number of VNC clients. TightVNC is probably the best open source one at this time but there is RealVNC, UltraVNC, etc.
  18. toronado455

    toronado455 Well-Known Member

    I noticed that these VNC servers only work on rooted Android devices. Can anyone explain why? I don't think I'm comfortable with rooting yet.
  19. Graham

    Graham Well-Known Member

    It's for the mouse and keyboard emulation. Also I don't think Android (yet) has a native API for taking screenshots (which VNC needs to do to send back to the client) so it will need some low level root access for these.
  20. PC Bigboy

    PC Bigboy Well-Known Member

    I have to agree but so is navigating the phone & getting things to respond to my touch (And keep other things FROM responding when I don't want them to)

    This doesn't happen so easily with a mouse :)

    Cheers :D

    Pat
  21. PC Bigboy

    PC Bigboy Well-Known Member

    The best one I've seen BY FAR is Gbridge

    Problem is there's no app for it though (I know because I checked on the market) :(

    Cheers :D

    Pat
  22. Lars

    Lars Well-Known Member

    If you just want to do limited stuff swiftp is an ftp server. Maybe there's an ssh server too.
  23. Rukbat

    Rukbat Well-Known Member

  24. huisinro

    huisinro New Member

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