Posted by: Durai Kodeeswaran in How To / Guides, tags: control through pc, iOS, iPhone News, jailbreak, mymobiler, Windows PC
Have you ever wanted to control your iOS device through your PC? Many iPhone users who have, use software like MyMobiler (http://mymobiler.com/) to control the phone through windows PC. Here is one solution by veency (for jailbreak devices only!) that will do the same thing. The only difference is that veency requires a WiFi connection.
Install Veency server on your device (search cydia for veency – it is the free one from saurik).
After installing, in settings you can find veency. Enable it and set any password. You may leave the password blank but with 2 disadvantages. One is you leave yourself open to anonymous intruders and second is you have to touch the accept/reject every time you connect the device through a VNC viewer.
Now the rest of the work is done on your PC. Install a VNC viewer (TightVNC -http://www.tightvnc.com/) is my choice. You can install any VNC Viewer you want.
Run the TightVNC Viewer on your PC – it asks you for the WiFi IP address (you can get it from Settings > General > Network > WiFi > YourConnection > DHCP) Make a note of it and input it to the VNC Viewer.
If you set a password for the veency server on your device, it will ask you for the password – input the password and it will display the device view on your PC Monitor. If you set no password then a confirmation popup shown on your device which prompt you to accept or reject the connection, press accept and it will display the device view on your PC Monitor.
That’s it! Enjoy the comfort of remotely logging into your phone via veency. You can view the screen, touch controls and even push the lock and menu buttons all from the comfort of your desk or laptop.
The controls are :
Left Click – touch the screen
Middle Click – lock button
Right Click – Home Button
Keyboard – Yes!! You can use the PC Keyboard to input the data to your device.
As with any jailbreak related procedure, please use this at your own risk. We take no responsibility for any damage incurred to your devices.