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  #515369 1-Sep-2011 21:35
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  #515373 1-Sep-2011 21:36
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Looks like your browser is still "locked up" a bit ;)

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  #515375 1-Sep-2011 21:40
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not too sure what happened there..? Maybe a refresh at an inappropriate time

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  #515965 2-Sep-2011 22:05
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well here's more good news! For all looking for the best RDP app out there its not far away!

splashtop is on its way register you email here

http://signup.splashtop.com/wdzx0




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  #516866 5-Sep-2011 14:29
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Having 3G would make the Touchpad a killer...RDP on the road, anywhere? Priceless.

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  #516950 5-Sep-2011 16:20
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Finally got around to purchasing KalemSoft Media Player today. It was supposed to come to the NZ/Aus App Stores, but no sign of it yet, so I just purchased via their website, as I already have the demo installed.

Now hopefully we see the September Pivot soon...

 
 
 
 


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  #516988 5-Sep-2011 17:07
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fab: Having 3G would make the Touchpad a killer...RDP on the road, anywhere? Priceless.


If you've got a rooted Android phone then you can tether the touchpad to it via wifi apparently as long as you have the right version of the wifi sharing app.




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  #517000 5-Sep-2011 17:19
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That RDP app still relies on having a particular server-side app installed. Would be nice to have a 'genuine' RDP app.

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  #517242 6-Sep-2011 01:02
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GregV: That RDP app still relies on having a particular server-side app installed. Would be nice to have a 'genuine' RDP app.




have you used splashtop before?

it kills other RDP apps you'll be able to stream all media regardless on file type to your device video and audio, I have it on iPad defo a must have app




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  #517311 6-Sep-2011 09:32
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IIRC it limits you to a 1024x768 resolution though which is a bit of a nuisance. Has this been changed?




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  #517420 6-Sep-2011 12:01
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stevenz:
fab: Having 3G would make the Touchpad a killer...RDP on the road, anywhere? Priceless.


If you've got a rooted Android phone then you can tether the touchpad to it via wifi apparently as long as you have the right version of the wifi sharing app.


Good idea - but have a Sony Erricsson X10 Mini Pro with Android 2.1 on it, struggling to find the right root for it.
Barnacle WiFi Tether seems like the best app but yeah needs root access

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  #517497 6-Sep-2011 13:31
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fab:
stevenz:
fab: Having 3G would make the Touchpad a killer...RDP on the road, anywhere? Priceless.


If you've got a rooted Android phone then you can tether the touchpad to it via wifi apparently as long as you have the right version of the wifi sharing app.


Good idea - but have a Sony Erricsson X10 Mini Pro with Android 2.1 on it, struggling to find the right root for it.
Barnacle WiFi Tether seems like the best app but yeah needs root access


Yes! Got it rooted - now just need the Touchpad...supposed to arrive today, but nothing at home yet.

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  #517702 6-Sep-2011 18:42
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have any other touchpad users managed to set up google talk to work yet? Mine doesn't sign in and the only answer I can seem to google is a router issue?




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