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# 44281 26-Oct-2009 16:09
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Hey everyone in Nokia land,

I have been given an E71 to play with. It runs Symbian v9.2 (I think). I would like to control the unit directly from a PC when connected. Under WinCE I use http://www.mymobiler.com/ , Is there such a program for Symbian at all ?

Cheers

Lee

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  # 274191 18-Nov-2009 12:28
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Hi Lee,

I'm not aware of a program which can remote control the whole phone, however it's worth mentioning that if your simply wanting to send text messages or MMS messages from the phone, that you can do this via the PC Suite.

More advanced control of the phone however isn't available, but this "might" help you out.

Cheers,
Jay



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  # 274192 18-Nov-2009 12:30
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Hi Jay,

thanks for the reply, in this case I am trying to at least view but would like totally control the phone from the connected thing (in this case windows XP/7).

Cheers

Lee

 
 
 
 


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  # 274202 18-Nov-2009 12:55
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Hi Lee,

Give this piece of software a look, it looks like it will address your needs after a very quick look: http://store.symbian-guru.com/product.asp?id=12449&n=Mobiola-Remote-Phone-Control-(S60v3)

Cheers,
Jay



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  # 274217 18-Nov-2009 13:45
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this app seems to be what im after... eval install at 3pm :D

Thanks Jay

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Lee

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  # 274221 18-Nov-2009 14:14
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Great stuff, I'm pleased to be of assistance mate.

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