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Topic # 94298 7-Dec-2011 18:20
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Does anyone know of an app that can allow me remote access to an iphone?  I have a customer that wants me to setup his email on his phone but rather than doing a 2 hour trip remote access would be far more convenient.  He has a iphone 4s as far as I know and its not jailbroken.  

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  Reply # 555163 7-Dec-2011 18:26
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Over 3G or WIFI?



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  Reply # 555164 7-Dec-2011 18:28
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Im happy to do either.  

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  Reply # 555169 7-Dec-2011 18:39
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https://secure.logmeinrescue.com/

Logmein Rescue mentions support of smartphones.



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  Reply # 555173 7-Dec-2011 19:05
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Logmein Rescue looks like it'll do it..  I'll have a play tomorrow and see.  Wasnt sure logmein did a product :) 

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  Reply # 555188 7-Dec-2011 20:00
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Have just run up a trial of Rescue & successfully connected with my Galaxy S.

Looks pretty good so far.

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  Reply # 555305 8-Dec-2011 08:49
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Would be interested in hearing how you get on.




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  Reply # 555324 8-Dec-2011 09:22
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BuffyNZ: Would be interested in hearing how you get on.


Screenshots show what you can see. I don't think you can "see" the actual display of the device. 






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