The benefits of remotely controlling Android from PC
In many cases, we talk about how to remotely access and control PC from Android Smartphone or Tablet. In fact, there are many occasions where you want to control your Android device from PC remotely wirelessly for some reason.
- To play Android games on a larger PC screen for a better visual experience.
- To run Android apps, like WhatsApp for instant replay while you are using a computer for working.
- To input information using keyboard rather for improving working or study efficiency.
How to control Android devices from PC remotely?
After realizing the reasons for you to control Android phone or tablet from computer, the question “how can I control my Android device” occurs. Keep reading and you can get detailed guides on controlling Android from PC with AirDroid.
AirDroid, developed by Sand Studio, is a great tool for you to manage your Android phone on PC. It enables you to receive messages & emails on PC, transfer files like photos easily and take full control of your Android device from computer to play games or run app. Let’s see how it works.
Step 1. In your app store, download and install AirDroid on your Android phone or tablet.
Step 2. Sign in to your AnDorid Personal account. Or you can sign up an account at first.
Step 3. Grant permission for AirDroid Personal on your Android phone.
Note: If your device is unrooted, you need to run Non-Root Setup at first. When PC and Android device is not under the same network, please enable remote permission on AirDroid Personal.
Step 4. On your computer, open a browser, go to log in the same account of Android client.
Step 5. Click “Binoculars” and choose the Android device that you want to control. Then, click “Remote Control” button and wait for a while to control your Android device.
Wrap things up
In market, there are various apps that can control Android from PC. Here we list two common and powerful utilities for you to control your Android device from computer over the internet.You can pick up one based on your own situation.