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Remote Professional alternative? Screencasting a connected Mobile device screen

Nov 21, 2009
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When I used the Windows environment, I purchased Remote Professional, which allowed me to connect my Nokia device, and view its screen, and menus on my desktop.

It also allowed me to record screencasts of my connected device, which I then uploaded to Youtube, and published on the site I write for (Nokiausers.net), as this was a great way to give other Nokiausers an easy to follow guide with newly build software, and applications that were being developed for the Symbian platform.

My question is, does anyone here know of an alternative? I'm looking for something with the same functionality of Remote Professional, but for the Mac.

Any help, advice, or information great appreciated.

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