Screencast an Android phone/tablet onto a PC

Quite often these days I would need to do a presentation from an Android phone or tablet and hence the need to project the device screen onto a data projector. One option is to bring along HDMI-VGA adapters. Another option is to connect the device to a PC (via USB or WiFi for example) and run some screen mirror software to mirror the device screen onto a PC screen. One such software which I came across recently is MyMobiler:

I have been using it for sometime now with my Samsung Galaxy Note running ICS4.04 and it works very well so far. The mirrored screen refresh rate is a bit slow, about 1 fps I think. However the software is very capable. It even lets you use the PC mouse and keyboard to control the device. One important thing to note is that the devices needed to be rooted. Not a big challenge as I am reasonably tech savvy.



~ by brianchau on August 15, 2012.

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