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Display and control your Android device from Linux desktop

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Linux

What is your favorite superpower? Maybe, the ability to mirror your Android phone on your Linux desktop and to use it as an integrated application.

Scrcpy does exactly that and permits you to completely control any Android device, just by connecting it through a simple USB cable. And no root access or hack is needed! This application provides a way to display and control Android devices connected to USB (or also over TCP/IP). It works fine on every GNU/Linux distribution, but it’s available also for Windows and macOS.

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