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I want to ask if there is a quick way to control my android devices volume from my pc. All solutions I find in Google are the otherway round. So does anybody has an idea?

Thank you in advance

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You can try control android from PC using app called Mobizen. Simple guide in this article http://letsitsimply.com/android/control-android-from-pc/

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You can try a remote control app that would allow you to control anything on your android phone from your computer. If you are okay with this approach you can try app called Vysor - Android control on PC.

  • thank you for the tip. Vysor is great although I have trouble finding the volume control within vysor. I can only access them if my smartphone is locked. Do you know how to access the volume? – v.tralala Jul 14 '16 at 10:30
  • I am not sure about a specific one, but there are volume control widgets that can be placed on the screen once and can be easily accessed through remote. – Narayanan Jul 14 '16 at 11:09
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I found a free workaround: on your android device where you want the volume to be changed, install tasker and pushbullet. Also install pushbullet on your device that you want to use as your remote (this can also be a computer or ios device). Simple configure pushbullet on both devices so you can push notifications to each other. Then open tasker and make a new profile > event > filter on 'push' > 'receive a push' > configuration > filter on text: 1 > new task > media volume to 1. Repeat this for text: 2 > media volume: 2 etc. Send 2 and tasker will set your media volume to 2. If testing its good to know that sometimes tasker needs a restart before changes are made. Let me know if this works for you.

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I use an application called Vysor for this. Install it to your pc (allow USB debugging from your mobile phone) and you can control your phone from it as long as it is connected to your pc or mac.

You get 1 ad every half an hour but it is the best app that I have found so far.

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