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  Reply # 291952 21-Jan-2010 15:52
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So, the HTC Hd2, will that work on the Extended 3g that Vodafone has :)

WCDMA/HSPA (900,1200 Mhz) is what the specs are right?


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  Reply # 291964 21-Jan-2010 16:29
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ping182nz: What app was that? I have heard of a few, is the one you use good?


I am using WinAdmin.. it works great.  I havn't tried any others though so I don't have anything to compare it to unfortunately.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 291967 21-Jan-2010 16:43
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Having a look on the app store than is quite a few remote desktop apps so you sould be able to find one that meets your needs




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  Reply # 291968 21-Jan-2010 16:44
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System:
Also in regards to remote dekstop you can do it through a VNC client



You can do actual RDP on the iPhone with Mocha Remote Desktop, among other options.



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  Reply # 291969 21-Jan-2010 17:05
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thanks,

Now I have to wonder... should I get the HTC HD2 or iPhone 3GS,

The HD2 was released in Aussie yesterday... but when will vodafone in NZ have it.... it seems the speed of Vodafone NZ to release new phones to the market is slow... from previouse phones I have looked at...

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  Reply # 291971 21-Jan-2010 17:21
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If you're looking at the HD2 then a parallel importer is the way to go, you can get it for a shade under $1000 right now, and no doubt vodafone will charge like a wounded bull for it...




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  Reply # 291973 21-Jan-2010 17:22
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ok, is expansys the way to go, or do you have a favourite?

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  Reply # 291982 21-Jan-2010 18:07
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Expansys is OK, remembering that you need to add GST to the cost of a purchase from them.

Expert Infotech have it at $997NZ, which is a nice price. They're on the Shore in Auckland, and being NZ based is a bonus if you were to need any servicing/warranty issues, and of course you then have the full cover of the Consumer Guarantees Act. Expert Infotech don't have a great reputation for customer service, although I've found them fine when I've dealt with them.




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  Reply # 291994 21-Jan-2010 18:22
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Thanks Heaps... Well I guess there is only one thing to do now...

....Wait and see what happens on the 28th....and then see if the iphone os 4 has anything better...

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  Reply # 291999 21-Jan-2010 18:53
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Can I throw the Palm Pre into the mix?

http://www.expansys.co.nz/d.aspx?i=189165

Palm's iPhone killer, has a VNC client too..

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  Reply # 292043 21-Jan-2010 22:47
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VNC is not quite the same as full remote desktop though, and Vs the HD2 the Palm is quite average on a number of fronts.




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  Reply # 292295 22-Jan-2010 18:55
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Could someone tell me something... My exchange account is about 4GB... It wont download all that onto my phone (either Iphone or HD2)

What does it actually do?

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  Reply # 292321 22-Jan-2010 21:17
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i doubt a new iphone will be anounced! it will more likely be os 4.0 and a tablet, not a phone

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  Reply # 292332 22-Jan-2010 21:50
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When you set up the account you choose how many days of emails it downloads and retains at a time.




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