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How To Use Android As Mouse And Keyboard

By Admin •  2019-10-20T04:13:58.067Z •  Tips and Tricks

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To use Android as Mouse and keyboard, you need to use some third-party software. Don’t worry, we have tested all the software and they don’t post any security risk. So, let’s check out how to use Android and Mouse and Keyboard 2019.

Using Intel Remote Keyboard

If you use an Intel-based computer, then you will love what the company is doing with the Intel Remote Keyboard.

Use Android As Mouse and Keyboard QR Code

How to Set Up Intel Remote Keyboard

1. Download Intel Remote Keyboard on your Android device or tablet.
2. Download and install the Intel Remote Keyboard Host on your Windows PC. You will need to choose x86 or x64 depending on your Windows. If you aren’t sure what you are running, there are four easy ways to know if you’re on 64-bit Windows.
Important: Make sure your Android and Windows devices are connected to the same Wi-Fi network.
3. On your Android phone, tap the Windows device name.
4. Your Windows PC will now show a large QR code. Just scan it with your Android phone’s camera (following the on-screen instructions) and the two devices will be paired.
5. You’re all set!

What You Can Do

Use Android As Mouse and Keyboard

The app is basically a virtual trackpad and keyboard for your computer. You can use it in portrait or landscape mode.

In portrait mode, your screen is divided into the trackpad area on the top and keyboard at the bottom. Intel’s keyboard looks much like any Android keyboard, but also has a Windows button, an Esc button, and the four arrow keys.

Use Android As Mouse and Keyboard 1

What You Can’t Do

Use Android As Mouse and Keyboard 2

One other feature I wish the remote keyboard enabled is a simple but crucial one: volume control. If you have to control volume manually on your Windows PC, you need to click the volume button in your system tray and then click+hold to adjust. That’s not as easy to do with the Intel Remote Keyboard because of its sensitivity. Hopefully, in a future update, Intel can just add the ability to control volume remotely with the Android volume buttons.

Using Monect PC Remote

Monect PC Remote is basically an app that helps users to control their PC. With Monect PC, users can play PC games, make presentations and access files stored on the computer. The app turns your device into a keyboard, touchpad, gamepad and more. Let’s check out how to use Monect – PC Remote to use Android as a mouse & keyboard.

Step 1. First of all, you need to download the PC remote receiver from here on your computer and install it.

Monect PC Remote

Step 2. Now you need to download Monect PC Remote on your Android device.

Step 3. Now you need to open the mobile app and computer and you need to be connected to the same wifi network

Monect PC Remote

Step 4. Now simply tap on your computer name from your android device.

Monect PC Remote

Step 5. You will see the screen which will work as a mouse. Simply move your fingers over the blank screen and you will notice your cursor on your PC screen will move.

Monect PC Remote

That’s it! you are done. This is the easiest way to use your Android device as a mouse and keyboard.

Using Remote Mouse

Remote Mouse turns your mobile phone or tablet into a wireless user-friendly remote control for your computer. It’ll surprise you with fully simulated touchpad, keyboard and featured remote panels which make your remote experience simple and efficient.

Step 1. First of all, you need to download Remote Mouse client on your Windows computer. Simply, visit here and download and install it.

Using Remote Mouse

Step 2. Now you need to download Remote Mouse app on your Android smartphone.

Using Remote Mouse

Step 3. Make sure your phone and computer are connected to the same wifi network. Open the Android app, and you will see your computer there.

Using Remote Mouse

Step 4. Your android app will show you the screen like below. It was a mouse trackpad. Simply move your fingers there.

Using Remote Mouse

Step 5. Now if you want to open up the keyboard then simply tap on the keyboard and start typing.

Using Remote Mouse

That’s it! You are done this is how you can use your Android as mouse and keyboard.

Using WiFi Mouse

Transform your phone into a wireless mouse, keyboard, and trackpad for your computer, it enables you to control your PC/Mac/Linux effortlessly through a local network connection. The media controller, presentation controller, and remote file explorer were all in this controller app.

Step 1. First of all, download and install WiFi Mouse (keyboard trackpad) on your Android smartphone and launch it.

Using WiFi Mouse

Step 2. Now the app will ask you to download the mouse server from http://wifimouse.necta.us. Download it and install it on your computer.

Using WiFi Mouse

Step 3. Make sure your computer and phone have been connected to the same Wifi network. Now, the app will search for your computer. Once detected, it will show you the name of your computer. Tap on it to continue.

Using WiFi Mouse

Step 4. If everything goes right, you will be able to see the screen like below. This is actually a mouse pad. You can move your fingers to control your computer.

Using WiFi Mouse

Step 5. If you want to access the keyboard then tap on the menu and then select the option ‘Keyboard’.

That’s it you are done, this is how you can use (keyboard trackpad) to use your Android as mouse and keyboard.

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