Share Your Android Mobile Phone Screen on a PC

by March 18, 2015 0 comments

The screen mirroring technique allows you to mirror your Android mobile device’s screen on a PC monitor to get a bigger view

If you’re an Android app developer, then you may sometimes feel the need to display your Android device’s screen on a PC’s screen.. When you search for apps on the Play Store that help you achieve this, you’ll find that most require your Android device to be rooted. But rooting the device is a little tricky and I am sure not everyone would want to root a device, for fear of losing warranty, etc. This solution is different though as it saves you from all such hassles. You can download it from this month’s PCQuest DVD.

Step 1: Download the latest version  of Java and install it on your Desktop/Laptop.

 

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Step 2: Download the ADB Tool and Droid which is a java executable file. Extract it and launch the application.

 

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Step 3: After extracting Droid, click on ADB from the top menu and choose the ADB executable path.

Step 4: Choose the ADB Tool folder that you have extracted previously and click on OK.

 

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Step 5: Open the settings of your Android phone and tap Build Number option 7 times to enable Developer Options.

 

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Step 6: Turn on the Developer Options and check the USB Debugging option.

 

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Step 7: Search <phone name> drivers on Google. For instance, Nexus 5 driver. Download the most appropriate driver for your phone from the vendor’s support web page. Unzip the drivers into a folder and connect your phone to a PC using USB cable. Go to Device Manager. Look for your phone in other devices and update driver. If this doesn’t work, try uninstalling device and installing driver again.

 

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Step 8: Now connect your phone using a USB cable with you PC/Laptop. Now you should be able to see your phones screen on your PC/Laptop screen. You can also install your phone driver automatically from internet by using third party application Kingroot.

 

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