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Is there an application that logs the amount of data used on the internet so I dont go over my 500mb per month? Cheers
Edited by 3shirts, 29 September 2008 - 08:58 AM.
how do i add application to my omnia?
Edited by Lucavi, 03 October 2008 - 10:45 PM.
The Windows Remote Mobile in the first post at first worked great. Then it started acting up and not connecting. I uninstalled that one and searched for perhaps a "newer" version. The .cab from this website seems to be working now.
Windows Remote Mobile...
NEEDS TO BE INSTALLED TO THE "DEVICE" AREA. That part is very important. I like using this because it let's me control everything on my media center PC, via my wifi 108mbs network that's already setup. ie no Bluetooth to mess with.
Also, I found out I wasn't really using it correctly. I used the computer's name, rather than its local IP address to connect...and it worked.. Sporadically. The correct way is to just use the local IP address, setup a user accoun on the windows desktop with a password and leave domain blank. No need for port forwarding from the global IP if you're behind a router.
Also you have to have XP professional, or use tweak Home Edition to become Professional...worked like a charm for me.
With this software, you will be able to control remotely your desktop mouse and keyboard, applications like Winamp, iTunes, the Windows Mixer, the Windows Media Player, PowerPoint, Media Player Classic, PowerDVD and the Vista's Media Center. You'll also be able to pause your favorite music software when the phone rings, then play it back when you hang up. You'll also be able to extend the application to add your own application.
Love to have this to navigate my powerpoint presentation remotely using Omnia. I have tried to pair the software in Omnia with PC but always fail probably due to limitation with samsung bluetooth stack.
Can someone here kindly try this free software and solve the bluetooth stacks problem.
Edited by Hasta_la_vista, 09 October 2008 - 01:58 PM.
New version 3.0 with video capture
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