If you need to synchronize your phone screen with your computer, you can use one of the programs offered by the developers. There are a lot of them on the Internet, each of them has its own method of work and connection.
Droid @ Screen
The program helps you manage your phone with a broken screen from your computer. The tool is easy to use and can be downloaded freely. But, along with this, you need to try to use it correctly.
- Download the Android SDK Tool to your computer.
- Install the Droid @ app.
- Install the latest Java.
- Launch the Droid @ screen.
- Next, write the adb.exe address in the command line of the computer: C: \ Users \ Your account name \ AppData \ Local \ Android \ Android-sdk / platform-tools \ adb.exe. Press “Enter”.
- Connect your smartphone to your computer using a cord.
To display and control your phone screen, you will have to run two different utilities. Also, the problem may arise when entering the address in the search bar, since it will be difficult for non-technical users to do this.
The application is a kind of mirror and does not provide any more functions, except for connecting and displaying the screen.
Displaying the smartphone screen via a computer
It is more convenient to watch videos or images from smartphones on large monitors. It’s easy to do. just broadcast content from the gadget to the display. Below we will look at methods on how to bring the phone screen to a computer via USB. There are several options for demonstrating the contents of the device.
Output from device to Windows Phone
For smartphones on Windows Phone 8.1, displaying a picture is somewhat easier. If you are using a computer with Windows 7 or later, you need to follow these steps:
- Install the official program “Screen Projector” on your computer.
- Connect the phone using USB.
- Confirm permission for the app to work with your smartphone.
After that, you can connect the screen to view its contents.
Preparing your smartphone
There are several ways to transfer the screen from your phone to Android OS. But before that you need to prepare the device.
- Go to the settings and select the “About phone” section.
- Press 7 times on the build or firmware version until the notification about entering developer mode appears.
- Under Accessibility, select Developers.
- Allow “USB debugging” by checking the box next to the corresponding item.
- Finally, restart the gadget.
To display the smartphone screen, you must use a special utility that is installed in the computer browser.
It is a universal application for showing phone screen on computer. It does not require additional knowledge to work and is quickly installed.
- Download the program to your computer and open the utility.
- Select connection type.
- After connecting in the settings, select the option to display a screenshot.
With this program, you can control your smartphone and even bring out the keyboard. Another feature is the use of the mouse cursor. But how effective this function is, you decide.
To control an Android phone from a computer when the screen is broken, a browser is often used. It replaces the need to download third-party applications and makes it as easy as possible to start streaming videos.
After that, the program will be able to independently transfer the screen of the gadget to the monitor and give access to it. It is noteworthy that you can display an image, control the display and perform other functions.
Configuring the ability to transfer an image to a Windows 10 computer or laptop
In order to enable the ability to use a computer with Windows 10 as a wireless monitor for other devices, you can make some settings (you do not have to do it, which will also be mentioned later), and in some cases, you can install additional system components that include broadcast functions ( projection onto a computer):
- If your computer is running Windows 10 version 2004 or newer (in previous versions you don’t need to do this), go to Settings. Applications. Additional components. Add component and install the “Wireless Monitor” component.
- Go to Start. Settings. System. Projecting to This Computer.
- Specify when the image can be projected. “Available everywhere” or “Available everywhere on secured networks”. In my case, the function worked successfully only if the first item was selected: it was still not entirely clear to me what is meant here by secure networks (but we are not talking about the private / public network profile and the security of the Wi-Fi network).
- Additionally, you can configure the parameters of the connection request (displayed on the device to which they are connected) and the pin code (the request is displayed on the device from which the connection is made, and the pin code itself is displayed on the device to which the connection is made).
- If you leave the “Always disabled” option in the settings for projection onto the computer, but you need to start the broadcast once, you can perform it. Just launch the built-in Connect app (found in the search on the taskbar or Start menu) and then, from another device, connect by following the Connect app in Windows 10 or the steps below.
If you see the text “This device may have problems displaying content because its hardware was not specifically designed for wireless projection” in the settings window for “Projecting to This Computer”, this usually indicates one of the following:
- The installed Wi-Fi adapter does not support Miracast technology or does it differently than expected by Windows 10 (on some older laptops or PCs with Wi-Fi).
- The correct drivers for the wireless adapter are not installed (I recommend manually installing them from the website of the manufacturer of a laptop, all-in-one or, if it is a PC with a manually installed Wi-Fi adapter, from the website of the manufacturer of this adapter).
Interestingly, even in the absence of the manufacturer’s declared support for Miracast from the Wi-Fi adapter, the built-in image broadcasting functions of Windows 10 can sometimes work properly: perhaps some additional mechanisms are involved.
How to transfer an image from Android, computer or laptop to Windows 10 over Wi-Fi
Not everyone knows, but in Windows 10 there are built-in capabilities for receiving an image broadcast over Wi-Fi, that is, you can transfer an image from an Android phone or tablet to the screen of a laptop or computer with Windows 10, and, if desired, from another laptop or computer. The main requirement in order for you to be able to use the opportunity in question: the presence of an enabled Wi-Fi adapter on all connected devices, it is also desirable that they be up-to-date. The connection does not require all devices to be connected to one Wi-Fi router, nor is it required: a direct connection is established between them.
In this manual, in detail about the possibilities of broadcasting to a computer in Windows 10 in the current implementation, how to transfer an image to a computer from an Android phone or from another computer / laptop, and about the limitations and problems that you may encounter. Also, in context, it may be interesting: How to connect a laptop to a TV via Wi-Fi to transfer an image, Broadcast an image from Android to a computer with the ability to control in the ApowerMirror program, How to transfer an image from an iPhone to a computer.
Touch input when connected to a Windows 10 wireless display
If you started transferring an image to your computer from another device, it would be logical to want to control this device on this computer. This is possible, but not always:
- Apparently, the function is not supported for all Android devices and not in any version of Windows 10. In my case (Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and the latest Windows 10) it works, but not on the previous version of the system.
- Sometimes keyboard and mouse input is activated immediately after any clicks, and sometimes it needs to be turned on in notifications (we go to the computer from which we connect to the notification center. connect. we see the connected device and the mark), but only on the condition that on the device to which connect. hassle-free Wi-Fi adapter with full Miracast support.
- For some Android phones, during the broadcast, input from the computer keyboard is automatically available (although the input field has to be selected on the screen of the phone itself), but mouse control is not available.
Note: The Touch Keyboard and Handwriting Panel Service is required for the touch input when broadcasting, it must be enabled: if you have disabled the “unnecessary” services, please check.
Transferring Image from Android to Windows 10 Computer (Wireless Monitor Connection)
You can transfer an image to a Windows 10 computer or laptop from another similar device (including Windows 8.1) or from an Android phone / tablet.
To stream from Android, the following steps are usually sufficient:
- If Wi-Fi is turned off on your phone (tablet), turn it on.
- Open the notification shade, and then “pull” it again to open the quick action buttons.
- Tap the Broadcast button or, for Samsung Galaxy phones, Smart View (on Galaxy, you may also need to flick the Quick Action buttons to the right if they span two screens). If you cannot find the item you need, I recommend that you read the instructions How to transfer an image from Android to TV, there this part is described in more detail, but the essence is the same.
- Wait a while until the name of your computer appears in the list, click on it.
- If connection prompts or PIN are enabled in the projection settings, please give appropriate permission on the computer to which you are connecting or provide a PIN.
- Wait for the connection. the image from your Android will be displayed on the computer.
Here you may encounter the following nuances:
- If the item “Broadcast” or similar is not among the buttons, try the steps from the first part of the instructions Transfer images from Android to TV. Perhaps the option is still somewhere in the parameters of your smartphone (you can try using the search by settings).
- If on “pure” Android, after pressing the broadcast button, available devices are not displayed, try clicking “Settings”. in the next window they can be initialized without problems (seen on Android 6 and 7).
To connect from another Windows 10 device, several methods are possible, the simplest of which is:
- Press the WinP (Latin) keys on the keyboard of the computer you are connecting from. Second option: press the button “Connect” or “Send to screen” in the notification center (previously, if you have only 4 buttons, press “Expand”).
- In the menu that opens on the right, select “Connect to a wireless display”. If the item is not displayed, your Wi-Fi adapter or its driver does not support the.
- When the list displays the computer to which we are connecting. click on it and wait until the connection is completed, you may need to confirm the connection on the computer to which we are connecting. After that, the broadcast will begin.
- When broadcasting between Windows 10 computers and laptops, you can also select an optimized connection mode for different types of content. watching videos, working or playing (however, you will most likely not be able to play, except for board games. the speed is insufficient).
If something does not work out when connecting, pay attention to the last section of the instructions, some observations from it may be useful.
As a result: the function works, but not always and not for all use cases. Nevertheless, I think it will be useful to be aware of such a possibility. The following devices were used to write the material:
- PC Windows 10 2004 Pro, i7-4770, TP-Link Wi-Fi adapter for Atheros AR9287
- Dell Vostro 5568 laptop, Windows 10 Pro, i5-7250, Intel AC3165 Wi-Fi adapter
- Moto X Play (Android 7.1.1), Nokia 4.2 (Android 10) and Samsung Galaxy Note 9 (Android 10) smartphones
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Hello! I have an Acer v5 551G laptop, was OS 8, now OS 10 version 1809 is installed. Bluetooth is not connected, Launched the command line, it issued-supported on the wireless display-no, graphics driver-no, Wi-Fi driver-yes. I went to the offsite eiser and downloaded the hardware detection program, the result: If you cannot turn on Bluetooth or the 3G device listed below, but they are on the computer, turn on these devices: Bluetooth-Atheros Lan-Atheros Wireless Lan-Atheros. I checked the driver. all the drivers are installed and working normally in the device manager. I did not find them in the Services, except for virales, there are a lot of them. Pressing the projection displays the same as in the picture at the beginning of the page. Advise what other actions to take?
It might be worth upgrading Windows 10 from version 1809 to version 1909 or 2004 first
And how to transfer an image from Android, computer or laptop to Windows 8.1 over Wi-Fi.
Using third-party programs, one of them, for example, is described here: https://remontka.pro/apower-mirror-cast-Android-iphone-screen/
Another third-party program for transferring images and generally anything from Android to a home computer with Win10 (in my case) is Send Anywhere. I have been using it for several years now, it sends anything from anywhere to anywhere, the process is simplified to the point of primitiveness, it never fails, the free version is enough for the eyes (for me). I heartily recommend it! Both devices must be on the same WI-FI network, this is the only condition.
Please tell me, I have such a problem: the screen broadcast from the phone to the laptop is working properly, but for some reason it opens immediately to the full screen (and not in windowed mode, as you have in the screenshot).
At the same time, all control, including the mouse and keyboard, is automatically intercepted by the android. That is, while the broadcast is in progress, I cannot do anything on the computer, I can only use it as a monitor, and nothing more: (I cannot switch between desktops, open other applications, or minimize the screen broadcast.
The only thing is that it turns out to open the task manager using ctrlaltdel, but this immediately drops the screen broadcast.
Is it possible to somehow do so that the image transfer from the phone is carried out in windowed mode, so that in parallel with this you can use a laptop?
Hello. And AltTab tried?
I can’t reproduce the problem myself in order to check it more precisely. And I did not find such an option in the parameters (full. not full screen).
If I press AltTab, the multitasking mode on the phone starts) All keyboard shortcuts are sent to the phone, the laptop does not respond to them in any way. For example, if I press Win to open the Start menu, Google Assistant launches on my phone instead, and so on. That is, the phone completely intercepts control, and I don’t know how to turn it off.
In general, I was digging all day, and the problem with the windowed mode was accidentally solved! It turns out that if you immediately connect the phone to the laptop, the projection automatically expands to full screen. But if you first run the “Connect” program on the laptop (it opens in the window), and only then connect the phone, then it remains in the window. Now I can use the laptop at the same time as projection. Can someone help
Thank you so much! Rummaged through hundreds of sites in search of a solution to the problem of detecting a Samsung TV by a computer. It was the step in which the additional component “Wireless Display” was installed that helped. Before the update to version 2004, everything worked. I understood that the problem was in Windows, but I could not find what the problem was. Thanks for solving the problem.
Thanks for the help, helped a lot, a good and detailed article is one of hundreds!
I have a Samsung Galaxy j5 and I do not have such a function what should I do?
Use third-party applications, like “Your Phone”, third-party in the spirit of this: https://remontka.pro/apower-mirror-cast-Android-iphone-screen/ or, if the phone has the option “connect to Windows”, then her https://remontka.pro/link-to-Windows-Samsung-Galaxy/
How about in the opposite direction? demonstrate from computer to tablet (s)
How to Transfer Picture from Android Phone to TV
Not all owners of modern Smart TV and Android smartphones or tablets know that it is possible to transfer images from a phone to a TV via Wi-Fi using Miracast technology. There are other ways, for example, using an MHL cable or Chromecast (a separate device that connects to the HDMI port of the TV and receives an image via Wi-Fi) or using DLNA when connected to the same network.
In this manual, you will learn in detail how to use the ability to broadcast images with sound from your Android 9, 8, 7 and earlier phone to a TV that supports Miracast technology (Screen Mirroring). At the same time, despite the fact that the connection is via Wi-FI, the presence of a router at home is not required, in any case for the direct transmission, which is discussed in the first part of the manual. May also be interesting: How to use an Android and iOS phone as a TV remote.
How to enable support for broadcasting Miracast image (WiDI) on Samsung, LG, Sony and Philips TVs
- Samsung. on the TV remote, press the Source button and select Screen Mirroring. Also, in the network settings of some Samsung TVs, there may be additional items for setting screen mirroring.
- LG. go to the settings (the Settings button on the remote). Network. Miracast (Intel WiDi) and enable this function.
- Sony Bravia. Press the source selection button on your TV remote (usually at the top left) and select Screen mirroring. Also, if you enable Built-in Wi-Fi and a separate Wi-Fi Direct item in the TV network settings (go to Home, open Settings. Network there), the broadcast can be started without selecting a signal source (TV will automatically switch to wireless broadcast), but in this case, the TV must already be turned on.
- Philips. the option is enabled in Settings. Network settings. Wi-Fi Miracast.
Theoretically, the items can change from model to model, but almost all today’s TVs with a Wi-Fi module support image reception via Wi-Fi, and I’m sure you will be able to find the desired menu item.
Transferring images to an Android TV via Wi-Fi (Miracast)
Before starting, be sure to turn on Wi-Fi on your Android phone or tablet, otherwise the following steps will show that no wireless screens are available.
Transferring an image from your phone to your TV may require slightly different steps depending on your Android version and smartphone brand, but the following options are usually available:
- In the notification area, find the “Broadcast” icon, and after searching for available TVs, click on the desired one and wait for the broadcast to start.
- If you have a Samsung Galaxy phone, find the Smart View icon in the notification area, tap on it, wait for the TV to be found, tap on it and wait for the broadcast to start.
- Go to Settings. Display. Broadcast (or Wireless Miracast Screen), your TV will be displayed in the list (it must be turned on at this moment). Click on it and wait for the connection to be completed. On some TVs, you will need to “allow” to connect (a prompt will appear on the TV screen).
- Open the list of quick actions in the Android notification area, select the “Broadcast” button (may not be available), after finding your TV, click on it.
That’s all. if everything went well, then after a short time you will see the screen of your smartphone or tablet on the TV (in the photo below, the “Camera” application is open on the device and the image is duplicated on TV).
You may also find additional information useful:
- The connection does not always happen the first time (sometimes it tries to connect for a long time and nothing comes out), but if everything that is required is included and supported, it is usually possible to achieve a positive result.
- The picture and sound transmission speed may not be the best, and most games will not work like this.
- If you have launched some kind of video on your phone, and it is transmitted to the TV as a black screen (which may be in some players and with protected content), it is better to use the transfer methods described below in the section with additional image transfer methods.
- If you usually use portrait (vertical) screen orientation, then by turning on automatic rotation and rotating the device, you will make the image occupy the entire TV screen.
Checking Android Screen Casting Support and Turning On Broadcast
In order not to waste time, I recommend that you first make sure that your phone or tablet supports displaying images on wireless displays: the fact is that not every Android device is capable of this. many of them belonging to the lower and partly to the middle price segment are not support Miracast.
- On Android 9 (in the case of a clean OS) go to Settings. Connected devices. Connection settings. Broadcast and make sure that the option to transfer images from the phone is enabled in the menu, as in the screenshot below.
- On Samsung Galaxy smartphones, open the notification area completely and see if there is a Smart View icon (keep in mind that icons in the notification area can be scrolled and the desired one may not be on the first page).
- On earlier versions of the OS, go to Settings. Display and see if there is an item “Broadcast” (in Android 6 and 7) or “Wireless display (Miracast)” (Android 5 and some devices with proprietary skins). If the item is present, you can immediately switch it to the “Enabled” state using the menu (called by three points) on pure Android or the On-Off switch in some shells.
- Another location where you can detect the presence or absence of the wireless image transfer function (“Screen transfer” or “Broadcast”) is the quick settings area in the Android notification area (however, it may be that the function is supported, but there are no buttons to turn on the broadcast, or it is hidden and can be turned on in the settings, as shown in the video below).
If you can’t find any wireless display settings, Screen Mirroring, Smart View, Broadcast, Miracast, or WiDi, try searching through the settings by going to settings and using the search field. If nothing similar is found, it is most likely that your device does not support wireless image transmission to a TV or other compatible screen.
Additional options for transferring images, videos and photos from Android to TV
If your task is to transfer videos and photos to a TV, and not just transfer a screen with all its limitations, I recommend using other methods, but keep in mind that, unlike the previous method, it requires both TV and smartphone to be connected to the same networks (via cable or Wi-Fi. does not matter):
- An application for casting to XCast TV, available for free on the Play Store and supporting DLNA transmission (you can broadcast videos and photos from your phone), Chromecast and even AirPlay. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?ID= cast.video.screenmirroring.casttoTV
- Cast Web Video app, which allows you to cast images not only from your phone, but also from network video services, is available here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?ID=castwebbrowsertoTV.castwebvideo.webvideocaster
- Do not forget that if the TV is turned on and you are playing YouTube videos on your phone, you can click on the broadcast icon in the application on your phone to start playing the same video on a TV with the ability to control on Android.
Hopefully one of the suggested solutions worked for your phone and TV sharing scenario.
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How to turn off the phone screen when dubbing to TV? if possible.
I do not know the ways and I am not sure what they are when mirroring the screen.
I am also very interested in this question who will help?
All inclusive and Direct etc.
Once everything was fine, and the screen was transmitted to the TV.
And then, like in the phone, I click on the connection, then the TV immediately disappears. We have tried more than once to change what to do?
Good day! Everything worked fine on the Philips TV from the Huawei P20 PRO phone. But, the sound on the TV is regulated only from the phone and, accordingly, it is hard to hear. The TV remote control does not respond to volume increase…. How to make it louder?
Hello. I connected the phone to the TV, everything worked fine. But when I launched the MTC TV or Megafon TV application and selected a channel, it shows a black screen, but there is sound, and when you press the phone screen, the timekeeping school appears, and it also appears on the TV, but the image does not. What is the reason? Thank you in advance!
Many thanks to the author! Everything works great! Explanations are available to everyone!
Good day. Bought 2 identical Xiaomi TVs on Ali. My friend’s smartphone Xiaomi note4 displays a wireless display without any problems, but I can’t. The smartphone sees my TV, the connection process goes on for a while, and this is where it all ends. I distribute Wi-Fi from the same smartphone via an access point, for a friend everything works from my smartphone, but not for me. Please tell me what could be the problem. Thank you in advance.
Maybe just in the distribution of Wi-Fi? Try to turn off the distribution and connect to the TV.
The fact that TV is not connected to the network will be at this moment. it doesn’t matter.
Hello, there is an image display on YouTube and it works, but this function is not in the phone settings. I wanted to start the game.
help me please.
Good day to all. The Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro smartphone, LG KP5900 TV set, the Cast on YouTube of the phone perfectly transmits, but after a certain time, the picture and sound begin to freeze, for 20 seconds it freezes, then it works normally again and so on constantly. Please tell me who solved this problem. I will be grateful.
And if the same video is launched without a phone, but simply on TV in the YouTube application? It’s just that the problem is due to the “small brains” of the TV.
Hello. Smart TV. Accidentally clicked “reject” the connection of the phone to the TV. Now, whenever you try to connect wirelessly from your phone, the TV automatically rejects the request without asking anything. What to do?
I think somewhere in the TV settings you can find the corresponding parameters and disable the lock there.
Good evening TV Philips 5507. I can not bring Smart to TV help
And what exactly does not work? At what stage is the problem and what it looks like?
Sound stutters when broadcasting a movie from a smartphone to a TV via Wi-Fi. Something can be done?
Most likely nothing, if just by transferring the image, as in the article you are transferring. Not very stable such connection.
But if you are the one to transfer movies (and those saved on the phone) to TV, then it is better to use DLNA for this (I do not have such instructions, but there is a DLNA server on Android on the Internet upon request)
I got out of the situation. I bought a cable and now I watch movies from my laptop online. I don’t like downloading and saving.
Thank you for your answer.
Good day. I have a UE46ES800 Samsung TV, I tried to transfer an image from a Sony E5533 Android 6.0 phone, it has screen mirroring, and the TV does not have a Screen Mirroring signal source, it has HDMI, HDMI2-CEC and external. How can I accomplish my idea? Need some kind of device?
Is there something related to Smart View somewhere? perhaps not in the choice of the signal, but separately in the settings.
And it is possible to transfer a screen image from a laptop to an Android tablet using a cable or otherwise in a movie mode?
Good afternoon, the TV shows a “playback error” when performing the 2nd step of connecting to the TV, miracle is on, wi-fi direct finds TV, the phone model is redmi note 4x. Tell me how to solve the problem.
If the TV shows it like this, then the smartphone may somehow encode the signal differently than the TV supports. Unfortunately, I don’t know how to fix it. If possible, check on another TV (from relatives, friend).
I have a TV with HDMI and USB, and an Android tablet with the same ports. What are the ways to transfer images through these ports?
Depends on the phone. Some are able to use USB-C (and in my opinion there were even rare models with MicroUSB) via a cable or adapter to transmit via HDMI, but the specific phone model is important here.
Well, or, if there is support for Miracast on TV and phone, then as described in the article.
In this article, we looked at how the screen is cast from Android to computer. As you can see, it is very easy, especially with the first method. The second method is more complicated, but it has its own advantage. you can rotate the screen horizontally, apply different quality settings, and so on. If you have any questions, ask in the comments!
DLNA or play video from Android phone on computer screen via Wi-Fi: 2 comments
It describes how to run video on a PC, and how to run video on a TV through a phone?
If the TV has WI-FI and DLNA, and they are also turned on in the same WI-FI network with the phone, then the Samsung WiTV program will see the TV as a video signal receiver.
Displaying Android Screen to Computer via Wi-Fi
First of all, you need to download the Screen Cast program from the Play Market. Its functionality allows you not only to display the contents of the display on a computer, but also to share its mirror image in the same Wi-Fi network, for example, a home one. For a work network, this function can be especially useful, as it will allow you to share important information between employees without creating a local network with disk space for storing data.
The screen output can be realized both through one separate point under the login and password, and through the main network of the router.
After the download and installation is complete, the program needs to be launched. It may take a little time for the first launch. After launching and checking the performance, you just need to click on “Start”.
For security purposes, any Android device will display, while still on the same device, a security warning that the application is about to access image functions.
The user will be required to confirm the action by clicking on the “Start” button. If the Android output to the computer is required in the future, it is better to first check the box next to “Do not show again”.
This, in fact, is the whole process of settings, which must be passed before using the program.
Also a very simple method, suitable if, for example, you broke the device screen. There is no need to install additional utilities on a smartphone, all major frauds are carried out on a computer.
First, enable USB debugging. We wrote more about this procedure in the article “How to use Android as a webcam”. Let’s say in advance that debugging cannot be activated if developer mode is turned off.
Go to the utility page and click “Install”.
We take a smartphone and connect it to a PC via a cable. Back to the extension: the list of available connections should contain the name of your device. We agree to pairing by clicking “OK”. Done, now the smartphone screen will be broadcast on the monitor.
They are designed for those who have a limited Internet connection. Thanks to the forced quality compression, the traffic consumption of the broadcast device on Android will decrease several times.
The broadcast itself is publicly available. It is not displayed in the general list, but by choosing the port address, or by entering it by mistake, other users can access your screen.
To avoid this, you must activate the “Require a password to view the screen” item in the application settings. The password itself will be generated randomly and will remain identical for all subsequent connections, up to the moment of manual security release.
The password must be entered on the browser page, and not on the smartphone itself.
How to Cast Android Screen to PC
First, let’s consider what the user will need for a successful broadcast. The first and mandatory requirement is a working Wi-Fi network or USB cable. Bluetooth will also work, but not all phones support this type of streaming connection.
Working with a mouse (instead of a finger) in the phone
Finger touch (Tap). Click the left mouse button;
Sliding your finger on the glass. Hold down the left mouse button, move the cursor in the desired direction, release the key;
Long tap. Hold down the left mouse button for a second.