The biggest problem while using an Android device is that it does not have mirror or say, AirPlay feature like Apple iPhone. It means that you are frequently distracted because of a WhatsApp message or anything that pumps up on your device while you are doing some serious work on your Windows PC. Things are to change now, as today we will guide you how to use your Android phone directly on your PC.
The process is pretty simple and requires just one free app to be installed. So just jump south and follow the simple steps to get your entire Android UI on an independent window of your PC.
How to Mirror & Control Android Phone Screen Directly on Windows PC?
Step #1: Very first thing you will need to do on your Android device is to Enable USB Debugging Mode.
Step #2: Now you will need to download and install ApowerMirror app on your Android device.
Step #3: Next you will need to install the software from the same developer on your Windows PC. Here’s the link for ApowerMirror Windows.
Step #4: Now connect your Android device with an USB cable to your Windows PC.
Step #5: On your Windows PC, in the Android Mirror window, Enable Notification Mirroring. This will let you get all the notification on your Windows PC.
That’s it; you will see a mobile shaped window on your PC, from where you can control each and everything as you do on your Android device. Use your mouse or touchpad to tap on any app or notification. You can also write using your keyboard.
So from now, you’ll not need to move your head from PC to Android phone just to check a least important WhatsApp forward message.
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