I have several hundred android emulations. I want an application that will allow me to mirror actions I do on a single device, to all the other devices. Meaning if I click on an icon located on x,y of the screen of my main device, I want the same action to occur on all of my emulations. I have looked at several android mirroring software but none have met the requirements that I have. For example, most mirroring tools like APowerMirror of Vysor either require that the emulations be on the same wifi connection (which doesn't work for emulators), or have USB Debugging enabled so that the devices physically connected (also doesn't work for emulators). Additionally most software do not support the number of devices I wish to emulate.

I was hoping someone knew of a mirroring application that didn't have the above constraints. I gotta think there is a solution to this but I'm stuck.

For reference I'm using bluestacks as the emulator for all the android instances.

  • Not sure if this is the right place. If you are running on Windows/Linux then you just need to feed in the same keyboard/mouse/touch coordinates to the bluestacks emulator. I would suspect that looking for Windows/Linux UI/UX testing might get you what you want. – Morrison Chang Nov 9 '19 at 0:07
  • @MorrisonChang that's an interesting thought. I'll explore that option as well. I was so fixated on using an application to solve this mirroring question that I didn't even think about looking into configuring it on the bluestack side of things. – John Nov 9 '19 at 0:12

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