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How To Control An Android Phone With A PC Using Vysor



Earlier we wrote on how to control an android device from another android device, When you play or work, have you ever thought about controlling your Android smartphone using your computer with the keyboard and mouse? Controlling your Android mobile device from your PC can make your life easier, should you have data on a mobile device or play mobile games on your computer screen. Today, we have listed the steps on how to control your Android smartphone using a PC.

How To Control An Android Device Using A PC

For this, you need a software/app called Vysor, which is a screen mirror application that allows you to control your phone on the PC. This application is useful when you want to play mobile games on your computer. Follow the steps below

Step 1: First, you must enable the ADB on your computer, and it only works for Windows from now on. To allow it, you must install the ADB drivers. If you are a Mac user, you can skip this step and start from the next one. Once the app/software is installed, you can open it, then follow the instructions for installation.
Step 2: Enable the ADB on your Android phone. Also, make sure it is configured to allow connections from your PC. After that, connect your phone to your computer and open the Settings menu on your Android device. Go to the developer options and also activate the USB debugging function.
Step 3: Now it’s time to add the application to your Chrome browser. Click here and click on the “Add to Chrome” at the top of the screen to add the Vysor application to your Chrome browser
Step 4: Once you have finished, click on the “Search for devices” button in the Vysor main menu. Now choose your device from the list in which your screen will begin to reflect on your computer in a matter of seconds.

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Step 5: Now you’re able to control your Android phone on your PC with the mouse or keyboard to navigate. In the case, if you open an application with horizontal orientation, the window of your computer will automatically rotate to fit the content of your screen.


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Joseph Onuoha

I have a thing for technology, blogging is just my way of showing it. Besides blogging I'm a student at Imo State University, Owerri. Also an SEO expert, so you can call on me for your web development. Kindly use our contact us page to do so.

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