How to Display (or Mirror) an Android Device Screen on PC (No Root)?
If you are in mobile app related business, you would have felt the need to display your phone/tablet screen on PC, especially when you wanted to give some presentation to clients. Also, if you Googled it, you will find some apps on Play Store which might help you achieve this, but, most of them require your Android device to be rooted. Now, this is a major challenge, because not everyone would like to root their device, obviously for reasons like less expertise, fear of loosing warranty etc.
In this post, we will cover the process of displaying (or mirroring) an Android device screen on Windows based PC (without rooting). We will cover the process for iOS devices and Mac in upcoming posts.
This might look like a complicated process, but it will work, if you follow the steps as it is. Okay, here we go:
Step 1: Download and Install Java SE Runtime Environment (JRE)
Step 2: Install Android Software Development Kit (SDK) and platform tools
Step 3: Enable USB debugging mode in your phone
Step 4: Download and install your phone’s USB driver
Step 5: Set ADB path
- Do not delete or overwrite existing string in variable “Path”, just add to the end
- If your Android SDK installation folder is different, make sure to add the relevant path, example “;<installation folder>\platform-tools\“
Step 6: Download Android Screen Monitor
Most probably, this will work. If not, let us know the error you are getting and we will try to solve your problem.