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I've already seen lots of ways to do this for Windows PCs, but is there a way I can do the same thing but for another Android device?

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How do you think about mouse control when there's no mouse pointer in Android device you want to control? – Evil Angel Mar 23 '12 at 14:52
@SachinShekhar: Android from v3.1 and up (at least) supports mouse input and a pointer (one reference). – eldarerathis Mar 23 '12 at 15:26
@eldarerathis I once encountered mouse pointer in Android on Asus netbook (Android was as in-built micro-OS instance for quick surfing etc). I assumed that it was a tweak applied by Asus. But, no.. its officially supported. Thanks! – Evil Angel Mar 23 '12 at 16:26

Android Mouse and Keyboard might be able to do what you want. Install it on one device, use it in bluetooth mode, and then sync that device's virtual bluetooth keyboard and mouse to the other device just as you would a real bluetooth keyboard or mouse.

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That is a great app, but requires a desktop server to be running :-( – Wilf Dec 24 '13 at 21:36

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