SGS works fine, over ssh tunnel w/o any problem. the only minor minus - you won't be able to use ssh tunnel if u use Google Authenticator as I do. but no problems at all using this app with Connection Bot who does support Google auth. Speed is quite well even over 3G but don't expect the program to show u video in real time cos RDP protocol can't do that. use Splashtop instead if u need that.
Wonderful remote connection package, with limits. Has the two major connection options covered and is smooth as glass doing them but past the basics it seems to quickly show its weakness. Need to access many machines, clone vnc/rdp configurations or organize machines in some way (sort by folders, etc) then you're out of luck. I'd love some features, but the core app hasn't changed since I bought it 4 years ago. In short, if you're someone with one or two machines is probably great. Need to do real administration tasks? Look elsewhere.
This has been my go to remote for a while, but be careful using this new fluid build on anything but wifi, logged on with LTE for around 20mins, and realized I had used 400mb of data, yes 400mb. Now when I try to configure it on the desktop, I can only select Fluid in the configuration wizard, no rdp which sucks big time.
Unable to access Pi via Internet I can access my Raspberry Pi on my home wifi network, but when I try to connect via the Internet, Jump will not connect. I have forwarded port 5900 on my router, and when I ping my FQDN (from DYNDNS), I get a response. It appears that maybe Jump is not waiting long enough for a response from the Pi?
No longer works on Android 7.1 and its been like this for awhile now. I have given up hope there will be a new release soon. aFreeRDP has proven to be a good replacement. Update: I just tried the latest release and I can confirm it now works on Android 7.1. Thank you.
Was looking for an upgrade to Microsoft RDP for my Pixel C. This app isn't it. I have a 2560x1800 tablet. I'd like it to use my resolution but scale DPI for remote desktop. Microsoft's does this. Jump's doesn't so at native resolution everything is very, very tiny on the screen. Lowering the resolution means blocky fonts etc. Looking for a better experience than the Microsoft one, and seeing $10 price to buy it, I expected something better. Also, I cannot for the life of me figure out how to exit a desktop short of killing the app. There's no obvious way to do it and I don't see any documentation or tips that say how to do it. I'll reconsider if someone can show me I'm wrong.
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