View your Android screen on your Linux desktop

Android screen on PC

On many occasions it is necessary to have the screen of your tablet, phablet or smartphone in our PC screen or monitor. One of the reasons is to have a much larger surface to be able to see the content in a wider and larger way. Whatever the reason you need to see your Android on your monitor, here we will give you the simple steps to do so.

Mobile devices have many advantages, such as mobility, autonomy, small size, etc., which make them perfect to always carry with us. But these features have a drawback, and that is the small size of the screen. Although now they exist mobile screens Relatively wide and even larger tables, they are still far from the inches that we can find in TVs and PC monitors. That is why it never hurts to be able to connect these devices to a PC and be able to see the larger screen.

The steps can be diverse, since there are several methods to do this, but in this case we are going to use an app called Screen Caset (from the developer Deskshaer Inc., because there are others with the same name) that you can find in the Google Play Store of your Android. It is a free app, but there are others, as you can see in the store, and even also to connect your device to a smart TV, use Chrome, etc. Once you locate the app and install it, as you would with any other app:

  1. Once installed, we open the app from our Android device and click on the Start button that will appear on the main screen.
  2. The next step will be to confirm in the pop-up menu that appears. To do this simply click on the button Window start now that appears to us.
  3. Now it is working, what you have to do is enter the URL that appears in the favorite browser that we are using on our PC.

After those simple steps, our screen of Android will appear on the PC. As easy as that ...

 


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  1.   oak said

    I couldn't find a similar open source solution :(
    Does anyone know of a project like this?

  2.   Jimmy olano said

    Privacy? How do you guarantee that they are NOT recording our mobiles?

  3.   sourcerebels said

    Also take a look at the "vysor" extension for Chrome. Greetings.

  4.   George said

    There will be a similar one, which also allows you to control a mobile. I am interested in giving remote technical support.

  5.   Carlos said

    I had to make a presentation of a mobile app and this simple solution was brilliant for me.
    Thank you

  6.   Juan Antonio said

    It does not work with Netflix: when starting the playback the browser screen goes black and only the menus appear
    Audio is not sent to PC either