Windows 95 on iPhone!

Discussion in 'iOS Jailbreak & Cydia' started by Tom_L222, Jul 14, 2009.

  1. Tom_L222

    Tom_L222 Banned

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  2. dong1225

    dong1225 Member

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    you beat me to it!
  3. Screamworks

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    Im guessing Remote Desktop.
    Nothing big.
    Nothing New.
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    Yeah, if you use an remote desktop app there's nothing special about his :s !
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    you cant use remote desktop until your computer has loaded the vnc program that you use to allow it (such as realvnc) so he couldnt have shown the booting screen
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    VNC lol...
  7. Mgssidley

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    VNC servers can start as services.
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    oh... then thats my bad sorry
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    Its not your fault don't worry.
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    I actually think this is legit.

    For one, I doubt a networking service like VNC could start that early in the boot process.

    - The speed is sluggish, suggesting that it is indeed being run in a virtual machine

    - This has been done on the PSP, which has a clock speed half of that of the iPhone.

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