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Laughlyn Vaughns
Gallente
Lagos-Vaughn Industries
Posted - 2010.07.04 11:32:00 - [31]
 

Originally by: DarkXeRoX
hmm eve on the nintendo 3ds ? ;p


Just have to wait for the 3DS flashcards to come out and yeah would run it easily. altho having an actual 'EVE Lite' client running of 3DS in 3d would be really really nice.
The specs of the 3DS have been said to be that of a gamecube which shudnt be too bad.

Nemesis Factor
Caldari
Deep Core Mining Inc.
Posted - 2010.07.17 07:10:00 - [32]
 

Originally by: Nemesis Factor
I'll be getting the Droid X on the 15th, so I give this a shot. I know it doesn't have a physical keyboard, but it still may be more or less playable.

In the meantime, do you have a suggestion for a non-VNC based remote desktop client for Windows? I almost always have my netbook with me, but it doesn't have the kick to play eve, even on the lowest of settings. I have tried remote desktop clients like teamviewer, but there are some serious performance issues there as well.


Well, it doesn't look like I'll be flashing the ROM, but I'll still try it on stock settings once it gets here (Monday). Maybe the better hardware will close the gap on the performance issues.

campeao
Posted - 2010.08.11 20:30:00 - [33]
 

Edited by: campeao on 11/08/2010 20:40:33
So, let me see if i understood

Basically, we dont have to install eve online on our cellphone right?

This PhoneMYPC software just connects our phone to our PC and let us run it from anywhere we are which basicallly means we have to let our pc turned on to be able to play while we are out, right?

What about safety?

One guy said he found himself logged in another pc....

Lutz Major
Posted - 2010.08.12 06:40:00 - [34]
 

* "Basically, we dont have to install eve online on our cellphone right?"
Nope.

* "This PhoneMYPC software just connects our phone to our PC and let us run it from anywhere we are which basicallly means we have to let our pc turned on to be able to play while we are out, right?"
Yep.

* "What about safety?"
Well .... when you install the PhoneMYPC software on your desktop you have to provide a login and password, which you can freely choose. When you connect your phone to your pc, you must enter a login and password and the application lists you every computer (which is running) with the same login and password.

So, everybody who 'knows' or 'guesses' your login and password can connect to your home computer (paranoia says, 'also the PhoneMyPC provider') and watch you watching ... uuh ... whatever :)

I tried to run the application on my HTPC in my local network without letting the application connecting to its provider, but it didn't work :(

Jessica Lanson
Posted - 2010.09.03 11:01:00 - [35]
 

Edited by: Jessica Lanson on 03/09/2010 11:03:31

Today an ISD was saying that remote desking EVE on a cellphone was a EULA violation.

Discuss.

[ 2010.09.03 10:15:32 ] ISD **** > Note that using the video-streaming software to run EVE on an iphone in that manner would actually be a breach of the EULA.

[ 2010.09.03 10:16:28 ] ISD **** > EULA clearly states that using any external program to directly interface with the EVE client, such as macros, is forbidden. The serverside app which controls EVE for you would be treated the same.

edit - added quotes and deleted name

Tonto Auri
Vhero' Multipurpose Corp
Posted - 2010.09.03 21:09:00 - [36]
 

EULA specifically forbidding AUTOMATED cintrol. Remote control software is in no way fall into that category. Moreover, it was not once said, that such tools is perfectly fine to play with.
I don't think that ISD representative was actually right, or you just dragged phrases out of context to put them on forums.

Honest Nonlabor
Southern Cross Empire
Flying Dangerous
Posted - 2010.09.27 03:08:00 - [37]
 

Edited by: Honest Nonlabor on 27/09/2010 03:13:49
Edited by: Honest Nonlabor on 27/09/2010 03:13:09
Judging from the Developer response on Page 1.....
CCP has no issues with it. Ive checked.

Courtesy of another member who sent me these images:

EVE ON A DS 1
EVE ON A DS 2

Tevoda
Unrealized Reality
AAA Citizens
Posted - 2010.09.29 12:35:00 - [38]
 

Mmm looks very interesting doubt it will work on my HTC magic, maybe time to buy a Geeksphone ONE!


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