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I just want to make app reviews in video. Some of these app's eventually will be games, so if I can mirror video to my PC and capture the audio at the same time it would be great. So, my question is : Is there a way to mirror my screen to a PC with sound?

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    I haven't tested them but they claim to come with audio support too. Check them out here and here. Can't comment about Audio support from this.
    – Firelord
    Mar 26, 2015 at 11:06
  • As far I know ....you can do it on Windows 10 with connect app but I am using Windows 7 on very outdated version of pc and hardware...so I am also looking for the answers..... I look for some apps like mirrorgo , Apower mirror etc...but that didn't work for me....the audio input from internal source do not work.....actually there is no sound at all when the Android screen is casted..... I don't know why it's not working..... Change your audio source in developer options to usb.... It might work
    – Ash co
    Jul 10, 2018 at 7:46

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install "Scrcpy" in linux / need to start adb connection first either usb or over the IP.

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Download third party software Wondershare MirroGo. It works great (Not promoting).

Some instructions to follow:-
- You can download Mirror Go from Here
- After downloading and installing, Enable your phone's USB debugging, see here - How to enable USB Debugging.
- Simply connect your phone with USB and accept the adb authorization request pop-ups on screen and you're done.

Main advantages of this software is that:
- You can render your phone's screen on Desktop/Laptop.
- You can play games/movies/songs through MirrorGo.
- You can control your phone via MirrorGo through Mouse/Keyboard.
- You can record your screen via MirrorGo during the live view of your phone in your laptop/desktop.

You can Also use MirroGo with MobileGO ( an advanced software to backup your whole phone with one click and tons of features and works for Iphone too).

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    As far as I can tell there is no audio/sound mirroring
    – qubodup
    Apr 27, 2018 at 13:09

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