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mVNC is a Virtual Network Computing server for Symbian OS phones. In conjunction with a VNC viewer, it displays the phone's screen in a window on the PC, and forwards keystrokes and mouse movements from the PC to the phone. The phone can therefore be almost completely controlled and operated from the PC.

In addition to making the phone controllable from a PC, mVNC also offers file synchronization capabilities.

mVNC can be used for a variety of purposes:

mVNC uses Bluetooth, WLAN or a USB-cable for the communication between phone and PC.
Since standard VNC clients communicate via TCP/IP (Internet) with their server, mVNC consists of two components: a server on the phone, and a proxy on the PC acting as an intermediate, forwarding the Bluetooth or USB-cable data from the server via TCP/IP to the client, and vice versa.
Note: If a WLAN-connection is used no proxy component is required and therefore mVNC can be used also in a pure Mac environment.

What is VNC?

VNC stands for Virtual Network Computing. It is remote control software protocol which allows you to view and fully interact with one computer desktop (the "VNC server") using a simple program (the "VNC viewer") on another computer desktop anywhere on the Internet. VNC is in widespread active use by millions throughout industry, academia and privately. Just search the internet for "VNC" to learn more about it.
While there are a lot of (free) VNC viewer products on the market - also for Symbian phones - mVNC is the only fully featured VNC server software for Symbian OS world wide.

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