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Remotely accessing an iPad from Internet Explorer

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  • Started 2 years ago by DniOzzie
  • Latest reply from minigeek
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DniOzzie
Posts: 1

Hello,

I do use LogMeIn to access my computers from iPhone / iPad or IE, but I am looking for a way to access an iPad from an iPhone or IE when the iPad is in one country and the other in another, therefore not on a share Wifi connection.

There are a few apps that can deal with iPads / iPhones on shared Wifi network, but not what I am looking for and can't find anything in App store.

This would be for an iPad in France remotely accessed From Australia.

Maybe somebody knows something I have not been able to find online, surely, I am not the first person to think that it could be a usefull app.

Cheers.

Posted 2 years ago
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minigeek
minigeek
Posts: 353

Sadly, what you want is simply not really possible. You would probably have to:

1) Be jailbroken and install a VNC server. This allows remote access over Wi-Fi. You would then have to set up port forwarding to use that via the internet.

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2) Build some kind of machine that actually has some kind of stylus and presses the iPad's screen. This would be expensive, and would essentially be a robot. You would also have to stream the screen - you could probably do it via the VGA out?!

The first sounds hard(ish) and the second is just stupid. So I think you should just leave it!

MiniGeek

Posted 2 years ago
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