Have you been looking to control your phone from your computer or another mobile device? Luckily a small development studio, VMLite Corporation, which is known for their virtual machines has developed a VNC server which allows you to remotely control your mobile device from a computer or mobile device using a VNC protocol: the best part? It does not require root.
The application, VMLite VNC Server, is a lightweight application which works on both rooted and non-rooted devices to allow you to remotely control your device via wifi or usb connection. With the design team behind various other remote clients, the mobile application is sure to prove useful.
Holy cow that supports ECLAIR?
The application supports quite the number of features varying from ease of access to compatibility with many devices and browsers to enhance the remote experience. The application supports any version of Android above API level 7, meaning anything Eclair and above as well as being able to be installed on both ARM and X86 variants.
Controlling the device is as simply as downloading the desktop program and then following the steps shown on the screen (with clients available for Linux, Mac, and Windows). After installation and connection, you can use your favorite browser to remote control your Android device including full touch, long press, two-way clipboard, swipe and fling gestures, and special key controls (home, back, menu, etc).
Feedback is greatly appreciated
There’s a large troubleshooting section as well as a forum dedicated for VMLite’s various products to show full appreciation for their customers. Be sure to grab the application while it’s on sale ($2 instead of the normal $8 until September 10th) off of Google Play through the links below! If you’re looking to simply text through another android device, then check out Tablet Talk instead.