How to Remotely Control your Mobile Phone from Desktop

Dave Drager 26-03-2008

Windows Mobile 6 is my mobile OS of choice (sorry Blackberry fans, I really hate the closed-source nature of the Blackberry!). I keep all of my contacts synced to it via ActiveSync and basically keep my life organized with it. Via Twitter I heard someone talking about My Mobiler… so I had to check it out, and I was pleasantly surprised!

Remotely Control Windows Mobile Phone from Desktop

So why would one want to control their Windows Mobile phone from their desktop?

  • Too lazy pick up your phone to make a call
  • Writing long sentences on that tiny keypad is annoying
  • The need to take screenshots for posts such as these
  • Just want to impress the ladies… ok maybe the last one is a stretch.

The list goes on and on. My Mobiler does all this and more for you. It is an application that installs on your Windows Mobile phone and lets you control it from your desktop. The mouse works like a touch on the touchscreen and the keyboard works as an input device. It works via ActiveSync or by IP address to give you multiple options of connecting, giving you the ability for wireless free (wifi) access to your phone.

In addition to raw control of your device, it also allows you to take screenshots of your phone, as well as create a video recordings of your mobile screen. Copy and Paste works as it does on your desktop. A file browser is also included within the program, which makes it easy to upload files to your phone.

I would recommend this program to anyone who has a Windows Mobile device.

Related topics: Remote Access, Windows Mobile.

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  1. sem
    September 29, 2009 at 3:05 pm

    This is an awesome concept of how this works. I would have never thought of this. Works great!

  2. David Stefanus
    June 1, 2009 at 7:34 pm

    thanks works......

  3. geri a.k.a. raredog
    April 20, 2009 at 7:53 pm

    Good thing your site was high on SERP's haha. Nice software. I have installed it on my HTC Wizard, and its working flawlessly. Thanks.

  4. RemoteSupport
    October 29, 2008 at 9:16 am

    You can also use EveryWAN Remote Support for free (, which does all the features of MyMobiler + it has skins like Pocket Controller ...

  5. Pedantic Vocabularist
    May 20, 2008 at 11:06 pm

    You mean the Blackberry is a "closed platform." Windows Mobile is also "closed source," in the sense that you have to sign an NDA and fork over money to see the source code. But it is, like most Microsoft products, an "open platform" which is intended to allow third parties to build innovative applications on top of it. Blackberry is closed platform, and iPhone is mostly-closed-platform.

    Many journalists don't understand this distinction, and blithely go around writing about how such-and-such-an-innovation was "only possible because of the open-source revolution." Where did they Photoshop came from? Fully sprung from the brain of Steve Jobs?

  6. Sonny Gill
    March 28, 2008 at 9:21 am

    Wow - that's awesome. Definitely going to try it out today.

  7. Brainiac
    March 27, 2008 at 7:58 pm

    Thanks for the tip. Loved it !

  8. Matt Ellsworth
    March 27, 2008 at 8:06 am

    Nice idea. I never thought of this. Thats really cool!

  9. ajay
    March 27, 2008 at 12:28 am

    it's really a nice post to contro windows mobile phone from the windows machine
    is there any thing that can control windows mobile from a machine that running a linux operating system