Using Your Fingers to operate your android smartphone may not be that fluid and easy when compared to your mouse and keyboard.
What if you want to control your Android smartphone with your computer’s mouse and keyboard to make some tasks easier.So here is the full guide to using your mouse and keyboard to control your android smartphone.
- A Windows or Mac OS PC.
- Download: DeskDock (free).
- Download: DeskDock Pro.
- USB Cable
- All USB drivers installed.
- Install server from here and select windows or macOS or Linux.
- It is portable program and installation is not required, just extract the zip and open the .exe file.
- The server needs Java 1.7 or higher to run if you do not have java installed in your PC head over to here and download the program.
- follow on-screen instructions and install the program.
- Enable USB debugging in your Android smartphone, go to settings > developer options > debugging > USB debugging. If you don’t find developer options then go to about phone and tap on build number 7 times.
- Install correct USB driver for your Android device.
- Open the server program.
- If the program is launched successfully then you will see its icon in your system tray, right-click on it and select settings.
- Now install the app DeskDock (free).
note – Free app only provides mouse support.
- Open the app and connect USB cable then allow USB debugging.
- If you face any problem then follow below steps
– If you stuck on connecting page then exit from the system tray and restart the program.It will work without any issues.
– Reconnect USB cable.
– Drivers should be properly installed.
- Move your cursor from to left to right on your PC.
- The cursor will disappear from your PC.
- You will notice a black cursor on your android smartphone.
- You can also use a keyboard but that requires a paid version.
So I hope you liked this tutorial and if you really did it then do not forget to share the tutorial with your friends.
Thanks for reading.🙂