Vysor - Android control on PC

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3.1
12.3K reviews
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About this app

Vysor lets you view and control your Android on your computer. Use apps, play games, control your Android with your mouse and keyboard. Go wireless, and mirror your Android to your desktop; great for presentations.

Vysor Share also lets you share your screen to others for remote assistance.

Developers: Vysor lets you ditch the emulator and seamlessly work on a real Android device. No need to fiddle with it in your hands. Use Vysor Share to set up device farms and remotely debug and test your applications across a wide range of devices.

Setup:
1) Install Vysor for Android.

2) Follow the instructions for getting USB debugging enabled. Here's a Youtube video to help you out:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ucs34BkfPB0

3) Download the Vysor Chrome app. This will let you view your Android from your PC:
https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/vysor/gidgenkbbabolejbgbpnhbimgjbffefm

4) Windows users will need to install ADB Drivers:
http://download.clockworkmod.com/test/UniversalAdbDriverSetup.msi

5) You're good to go!

Having any issues? Head over to the support forum:
https://plus.google.com/110558071969009568835/posts/1uS4nfW7xhp
Updated on
Jun 30, 2022

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3.1
12.3K reviews
A Google user
September 24, 2018
Very useful app. I have been using the pro version for about two years now and it's had its ups and downs, but the dev is active and updates have been consistent. It's still kinda buggy though, and it seems to not want to play nice with all phones. It will also randomly disconnect if I get a text message. Still the best out there for screen mirroring.
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A Google user
July 19, 2019
So far so good. I will say the only things I've found difficult so far is trying to do any sort of multitouch (zooming for me), and then to look up HOW to do that, I then couldn't get to the manual. The link directs you to a google+ page which is defunct. Not big deals right now, but that makes me thing my money would be wasted if I bought the pro version, if the manual isn't even kept at an up to date page. I will also note that the ads do NOT seem super invasive.
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A Google user
January 3, 2020
Crashes on 2nd intro screen. Every. Single. Time. After swiping left once, you come to the screen where you must enable USB debugging. From here, you are supposed to modify developer settings. Instead, the program justs quits abruptly. I haven't used this app in over a year since I got my new PC. They recently charged me $10 for an annual subscription renewal, so I thought I would try again. It is literally useless. One Plus 6 with Lenovo Yoga.
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