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Looking for method to create virtual Display (Tricked) for Remote Client (Phone)

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I'm trying without setting up a second monitor for this since it would defeat the purpose to setup a virtual display, so that I can utilize my remote client on my phone in its own separate space on the computer, I.e watching movies etc in its own monitor space, doing applications, flash games, etc etc uses go on.

One way I knew in past when I use to bitcoin farm (feel stupid getting out of it now trust me, if I had kept farming through the bubble with my 3 rigs, probably be around 15k), but I had to use a DVI -> VGA converter and with some resistors stuck in it to trick the OS that a monitor was plugged in, through I never tried to setup what I explained above.

I want a Remote client work space for my phone (1280x720), and to setup that percise resolution as a extension of my desktop, I understand the phone will still utilize the computers mouse and keyboard.

Anyone have any idea how I can achieve this?
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I'm trying without setting up a second monitor for this since it would defeat the purpose to setup a virtual display, so that I can utilize my remote client on my phone in its own separate space on the computer, I.e watching movies etc in its own monitor space, doing applications, flash games, etc etc uses go on.

One way I knew in past when I use to bitcoin farm (feel stupid getting out of it now trust me, if I had kept farming through the bubble with my 3 rigs, probably be around 15k), but I had to use a DVI -> VGA converter and with some resistors stuck in it to trick the OS that a monitor was plugged in, through I never tried to setup what I explained above.

I want a Remote client work space for my phone (1280x720), and to setup that percise resolution as a extension of my desktop, I understand the phone will still utilize the computers mouse and keyboard.

Anyone have any idea how I can achieve this?
It's kinda buggy, but iDisplay works. I haven't messed with it enough to get it working, but I've heard of people doing it. I actually have an older version of it (It's paid now) if you want to try it out.
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iDisplay seems to work well, no issues that other people have mentioned in their reviews, most likely most of them are morons and something as simple as setting proper USB debug mode, and Resetting the Desktop client if you force your Android client off is beyond them.

It certainly isn't a perfect application but fits exactly what I was looking for and seems to work perfect, USB mode seems a bit buggy but may be for a few reasons who knows, and bandwidth may be a problem? I tested latency and USB mode was good, even tried putting some 720p video through it and it performed flawless second time I tried it not as much luck so idk whats going on with that. But wifi works just as well and latency difference between the 2 is neglible, it isn't perfect latency saddly as remote clients will be but its near close, and is close enough for my needs.

So Thank you alot for finding this would have been hard for me to find and I might have overlooked it because of the number of moronic reviews.
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42" Samsung TV + 23" Dell pro series Logitech G710+ Corsair HX750 Bequiet Dark base 900 pro 
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I'm glad I could help! smile.gif
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