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How to Get Android Phone Screen on PC

Written by Hassan Abbas

Get Android Phone Screen on PC: If you constantly find yourself reaching for your phone while working on your PC to check for notifications, or messages and images. However, you might also end up getting vague from what you were supposed to do.

Given below are two articles, one for the two apps, that will help get the phone’s screen on your computer. However, it’ll also help you to stay aware of all the notifications on your phone also enjoy everything without needing to touch it.

How to get your phone’s screen on PC

The following article will help you get your Android phone’s screen on your PC. However, you can control it using a mouse and a keyboard on your PC.

Using the AirDroid app

Follow the steps carefully:

Step 1:

Firstly, Ensure that your computer and Android are attached to the same WiFi network.

Step 2:

Also, download and install the AirDroid: Remote access & File app from Google Play. Once installed, just open the app.

Step 3:

You can also ignore signing in to the app by clicking on the Skip button at the top right.

For other features to work, you don’t need to create an account and signing in to AirDroid. However, one of those features is Screen mirroring that works well without signing-in.

Step 4:

Enable AirDroid access to your storage by clicking on Continue on the next screen and then click on Allow when prompted to confirm.

Step 5:

You will now reach on the app’s home screen. However, Inside the Transfer tab, click on AirDroid Web.

Step 6 (on PC):

The step also involves you logging on to AirDroid Web on your computer. However, you can access by tapping the link or input the following address in a web browser and then hit the Enter key on your keyboard.
When the site loads up, a QR code will be generated. This needs to be scanned by your phone.
Step 7:

You can also do so by Scan QR code inside the AirDroid Web section. Also, clicking Allow when prompted, and then pointing the camera on the QR code that shows on your computer.

Step 8:

Click on Sign in.

Step 9 (on PC):

Tap on “Get Started” icon.

Step 10 (on PC):

Tap on the Mirroring icon using the left portion of the window.

Step 11 (on PC):

When you tap the Mirroring icon, you will be prompted on your android if you like AirDroid to record your screen. Also, Confirm by clicking Start now.

That’s all! Your device’s screen will now be mirrored on your computer. To complete a session, on your android. Simply click on the 3-dot icon at the top right corner inside the AirDroid Web section and choose to Sign out from Web.

Using TeamViewer QuickSupport app

Besides AirDroid, TeamViewer needs you to install an app that you like to use on your PC. You can also download the app, irrespective of the PC you own. As it means that you can use TeamViewer to screen your phone onto Windows, Linux, Mac, Chrome OS, and Raspberry Pi.

Step 1:

Firstly, Download and install the following apps on your Android device and PC. Once you install just open the apps on both android devices and PC.

Step 2:

After opening the app and moving across intro pages. However, the TeamViewer app also generates an ID so you may use it to remotely access the device’s screen on your computer. Note down this ID.

Step 3 (on PC):

However, on the TeamViewer app on PC, input the ID that was generated on your mobile device inside the ‘Partner ID’ under the Control Remote section.

Step 4 (on PC):

Choose Remote Control and tap on the Connect button.

Step 5:

After tapping Connect on PC. However, the TeamViewer QuickSupport app on your phone will prompt you if you like your PC to remotely access your phone. Click on Allow.

Step 6:

On the next screen, a prompt appears whether you want TeamViewer QuickSupport to access your Android screen. Confirm by clicking on Start now.

That’s all! Now your screen will appear inside the Remote Control tab on the TeamViewer app on PC. However, to complete the session, click on the close icon at the top right corner on the mobile app and click on Close.


Here’s all about “Get Android Phone Screen on PC”. For further queries and questions let us know in the comment section below!

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About the author

Hassan Abbas

Tech enthusiast with too many items on his wish-list and not nearly enough money! Specializing in all things tech, with a slight Apple bent he has been writing for various blogs for the best part of (too many) years

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