Works after a fashion with XRDP on Linux (most don't work) I've benn trying to find an Android app to connect to XRDP running on Centos - at least this is the first that can make a connection, and it is usable in GUI mode. However, it seems to be unable to send some characters. As these include . - and the up-arrow, this makes it unusable in terminal mode. Also support seems non-existant: no contact for bug reports and an FAQ with zero entries.
Doesnt work on note 4 & It likes to close apps that are open on the remote desktop. RDC app is pretty good minus one HUGE and annoying feature; When you press the back button on your phone (note2 in my case) this app will close what ever foreground app you had open on the remote. And sometimes it closes the foreground app on the remote when you close or minimize RDC on your phone.
Pretty good RDP client Doesn't feel all that refined, like Jump, but does the job. Would be nice to automatically have the mouse pointer show up, and also move cursor to where I tap, and provide feedback for where on the screen I tapped.
Works great! I use it to connect to my home computers all of the time. It took me a while to figure out that holding the "square button" on Lollipop would bring up the menu with the pointer and keyboard.
Works very well to establish RDC to our Win2012 Server. Some keyboard features are a bit clunky, and require a lot of switching back and forth.
Best solution to the mouse problem. A useable virtual mouse w/ right & left buttons & scrolling puts this RDP utility in a class by itself. With Thinkstuff RPC it becomes practical to do actual work on a remote PC.
- Updated OpenSSL (1.0.1h)
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