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Solved Why can I not connect my ipad with TeamViewer touch ?

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January 19, 2015 at 11:24:19
Specs: Windows 8.1
I have on my windows 8 computer Teamviewer Touch downloaded and on my iPad normal TeamViewer. Now I want to connect my iPad in such a way that I can control my iPad screen on my windows 8 computer. So I'm trying to connect to my iPad via TeamViewer touch I give my ID on Teamviewer Touch I click Connect but he just keeps loading and nothing happens.

Please give me help?

With best regards

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January 19, 2015 at 13:09:03
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I dun a wee trawl (google search) using:

teamviewer touch ipad

as the string/search term.

Found/went to to Teamviewer home site:

and found it not a lot of help - initially. Seems they like one to contact them over the web for assistance. Although if one digs around somewhat (left side column area...) one can see/find (via documents)

and went for "manual for remote control" - which takes you here:

Possibly the solution is buried in there?

Seems they do allow a download of all the documentation; but didn't see anything "specific" to controlling an iPad from windows computers. However early in that manual they do refer to Android and iOS devices controlled from a computer... So presumably the how to is buried within that manual?

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January 19, 2015 at 13:46:51
Thank you pity is it not then so should I stop trying but thanks anyway

So there is no solution?

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January 19, 2015 at 14:15:13
I wouldn't give up just yet. Try contacting Teamviewer directly (as per their home page offerings(?) and ask if it "will" allow you control an iPad display/screen from a windows computer.

You've nothing to lose by at least contacting/asking them?

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January 19, 2015 at 14:22:17
Just found this article; worth a serious look and follow up. It mentions a specific Teamviewer app that allows what yoiu want. The norm is remote control from an iPad/Android (or another computer) of another computer... But the app mentioned in the article below seems to allow the other way round?

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January 19, 2015 at 14:38:32
This link which I posted above takes you to the app that allegedly does what you want (TeamViewer QuickSupport App); albeit in a limited way:

If you click on the Teamviewer QuickSupport app link (near the top on the same page) it takes you here:

And towards the bottom of the first link there is request form etc. for more info re' full control of an iPad/iPhone - not yet fully available it would appear...?

It looks like it's a pay for add-on/app?

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January 20, 2015 at 12:54:59
Thank you so mutch i wil download it now i hope it works

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