Works as intended The connection is not very good only last about a minute, then disconnects. I have used several browsers and the issue keeps happening. I use USB connection. Very disappointing. EDITED. The problem was on the USB connection on my laptop, changed the port and now works OK. Thanks
And it works well. All the others that I tried would crash out on my g-box mx2. This one works well and is very stable. Easily worth the price. September 13, 2015 update: Still working great for me. Interesting to read the 1-star reviews. Many seem to represent people who don't understand how VNC works and expect to be able to access their phone remotely without a viewer application on their computer.
I have been searching for a way to cast the screen on my Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 (running Android 4.2.2 rooted) to my computer. I have had no luck until now. VMLite gets the job done wonderfully. Most other applications don't work at all, or they have so much screen lag they are unusable. Configuration on the device is about as simple as it gets. On your PC, you can use either a standalone VNC client or a web browser. In my tests, they performed equally well. In the browser, you can use either the HTML 5 viewer or the Java applet. The HTML 5 viewer worked so well I didn't even bother with Java. The true screen lag is minimal; what's on the device appeared on the PC's screen maybe half a second later. However, the VNC Server service did seem to put quite a bit of load on the tablet. It slowed the app itself down by perhaps 20 to 25 percent. I am going to give VMLite the benefit of the doubt on this one, though. The Tab is more than three years old, so it isn't wicked quick to begin with. Great job! This application is definitely worth $9.99.
Doesn't work with android 5.1.1 It works fine on older versions. I think this might be abandonware. Site is gone and no updates in 6 months.
Works flawless on Yoga Tablet 2 10" - 1050F, Lollipop 5.0.1. Price is a little steep but seeing it is the ONLY VNC server that actually works... It's only money. ;)
This worked great until I updated to windows 10 and I had to reinstall the the software on my laptop. Unless I exclude the USB drivers the software won't install anymore and not having USB drivers is like not having a transmission in your car. Ended up "rooting" my Nexus 2012 and now there's no need to have the windows software installed.
support Android M
fix a crash when playing DRM protected screens.
(1) Support Android 5.1.0
(2) fix Android 5.0 screen flickering issue
(1) Add support for the latest Android 4.4 version (KitKat)
(2) add screen scaling of 0.33
v1.0.0: initial version, Aug 9, 2012