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I have not seen/been able to find a sync client for my HTC Desire which would be designed to work under Linux. If I am correct, it seems to me rather ironic that the phone powered by Android, a Linux-based OS, does not have a sync client for the same OS, but does have one for Windows.

While I'm at it, does anyone know if there is a remote control client for Android, similar to My Mobiler (for Windows)? A piece of software to manipulate the phone from the desktop computer via a USB connection....

Thanks.

Edited by ai69, 15 May 2010 - 02:20 PM.

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Yes, its called Screencast, and you need to root your device to use it.

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Yes, its called Screencast, and you need to root your device to use it.


Thanks mate, I will look it up. I've rooted my Desire.

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Yes, its called Screencast, and you need to root your device to use it.


God damn man!!! You're some sort of legend...

Also @ ai69; Good looking question my man!

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