Absolutely - there is a free RemoteFlight LITE app just for that purpose. Feel free to download the server, install it and test it. Use the support article if you run into problems. Or you can write me an e-mail and I will gladly help you. So far, the apps have been used by hundreds of pilots with no issues at all, and those few who have had issues and asked for a help, I believe we solved their issues and made things work.
Check that you have the latest FSUIPC library installed ( Available here )
Please check the following:
It is perfectly safe to turn the app off or receive a phone call during flight. Simply turn it on again whenever you wish and it will sync again to the radios on your aircraft.
Yes but be aware that RemoteFlight COMM does not automatically sync to Flight Simulator radios. To sync RemoteFlight COMM, just use OFF/ON button in application.
Yes but it will take some time. They will probably be available separately at first and maybe in future, packed together in one package.
We are discovering options to port Remote Flight to Android. No dates at this moment though.
Simply said, Remote Flight Server needs to access some variables from Flight Simulator process, and it is only available when these two applications are on the same level. The safest and easiest way is to ensure every user runs server as Administrator. Please note, that RemoteFlight Server does not access any of your system files, registry etc.
First of all, congratulations on owning three iPhones. And yes, as long as you run three DIFFERENT apps on each device, they should all work.
Users have reported this when using Norton Antivirus or Sonar, which features something called WS.Reputation threat. This is basically a statistical method and what the antivirus is saying is that it does not have enough information about the executable and that it might be a threat - yes, fear of the unknown. (That is not a surprise, considering not much people use RF Server, and even smaller ammount of users use also Nortnon Antivirus :)). Based on your setting your antivirus might therefore block the server from installing. We recommend to disable antivirus temporarily, as it may mess up the installation and complicate things for you as the user.
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Sure, just like any other software using FSUIPC. I can't give you advice on this, but I've seen it working and you, as an experienced user, will know what to do.