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7th January 2011, 12:44 PM #16
an app to run Android via virtualisation on iphone would be good
7th January 2011, 12:49 PM #17
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Im not sure if I,ve picked up what you want correctly but I downloaded an application from apple apps that allowed me to use my apple phone wireless connection to pc to transfer files excel etc cannot remember its name as i stopped using it only some machines in work had wireless and too much trouble setting them up but im sure its still available
7th January 2011, 01:55 PM #18
Now I saw that and I don't know how that works. Do you type in the IP on your computer, and that connects to your iphone and you transfer the files like that? I assume that finds your iPhone via the phone network, as because if you have to be on the same wireless network it would be just as pointless!
Originally Posted by jonnykewell1
7th January 2011, 01:57 PM #19
it just uses whatever wireless network im using, when im at home it broadcasts to the home network and at work automatically switches onto my work wireless. Any yes just simply enter the ip adress into your web browser and up it comes.
7th January 2011, 02:00 PM #20
What sort of transfer speed do you get? I know it won't compare with USB...
Also, just to clarify, when I say on the same wireless network, what I mean is could say I have my iPhone at home (god forbid!) and type in the IP address on my PC at work, and I can access the files?
THis is not what I want it for, (dropBox is better than that!) but I want to ensure I don't have to be connected via wireless on the same network as the PC I want to download onto... so for example if I go to a company and they don't have wireless say...
7th January 2011, 02:03 PM #21
Works the same as AirSharing - you need to have the iPhone on the same wireless network as the computer you want to transfer to
Originally Posted by GREED
7th January 2011, 02:07 PM #22
no i dont think that will work, they would need a ton of IP addresses to do that sort of thing id of thought? it would have to be with you, like when u transfer files from home to work or sormthing like that. When you plug your iphone into your pc, it appears in my computer, can you not copy it into that iphone folder? and then wherever you plug in your iphone does it not appear in my computer.
7th January 2011, 02:21 PM #23
Thanks, that helps.
Originally Posted by jonnykewell1
I does appear, but you only have access to limited folders, such as the Photos folder. I have also tried to copy files to here and it does not work.
@Domino, thank for that too
8th January 2011, 06:46 PM #24
VMware are working with LG on a virtualization solution for Android smartphones. The link below has a video of it in action on a Nexus One.
Originally Posted by CyberNerd
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