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Durametric for iOS

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What about using a remote control program like VNC? It allows you to remotely view and control a PC from the iPad. You would have to be in range of a WiFi network, and you would still need to have a laptop connected to the diagnostics port and running the Durametric software, but you would be wirelessly using your iPad to interact with it. I have only today ordered a Durametric cable, so I don't know for sure, but theoretically this should work.

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Guys, aren't you making this just a little over complicated just so you can use your iPad? I mean, a computer talking to another computer just so the data looks pretty? At the end of the day, if the software says "P0491" on a Turbo car, it does not matter if it came from a Cray super computer or a yard sale laptop, question becomes what do you do next to fix the car.

With the world going more towards tablets every day, Durametric will follow suit in some fashion eventually.............

Edited by JFP in PA

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