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Remotely control your iPhone using Veency

By on May 15, 2012

There a lot of apps in iPhone that allow you to control your computer remotely, but there’s no any apps that allow you to control your iPhone from your computer but Veency.

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Veency is an apps that you can download from Cydia (Only for jailbroken phone) and it’s a fully functional VNS server for the iPhone and it’s allow you to connect from your computer using the VNC viewer.

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(Note for installing: You MUST reboots your phone after it’s installed for the service to start. Then you can connect with a VNC client. This isn’t in the file info.)

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I found the Veency very useful when my iPhone is charging in my room or even besides my PC, and I can simply reply or SMS any of my friends using my computer. Where you need to do is just to remember the iPhone IP address.

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Overall is a very good idea and cool apps, but I found out one thing that the apps can improve is allow the clipboard sharing between the iPhone and the computer.

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How to use Veency on iPhone

1. First, fire up Cydia and install Veency.

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2. After installation, you would not find any Veency application icon on home screen. But Veency should be already there.

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3. Connecting to Veency requires you to use a VNC client. For Windows user, you can download VNC client from RealVNC. For Mac users, I recommend you use Chicken VNC, which is also free.

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4. Here, I’ll use RealVNC as example. For other VNC clients, the connection procedures should be more or less the same. Okay, launch RealVNC.

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5. Next, check your iPhone’s IP address. You can find it in “Settings” -> Wifi . Click “>” on your selected Wifi Network to display the IP address (e.g. 10.0.1.197)

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6. Back to RealVNC, on the server text box, just enter the iPhone IP Address and click on ok button to connect to your iPhone.

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7. You’ll see the iPhone screen on your computer

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