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screenrecord screenrecord is an internal Android executable that dumps screen to a file, and ffplay from ffmpeg happens to be able to play an H.264 encoded stream from stdin: sudo apt-get install ffmpeg adb shell screenrecord --output-format=h264 - | ffplay - There is some latency, but the image quality is great. You might have to make the screen ...


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This may depend on the tablet, but as far as I know anything with Honeycomb and an HDMI output will simply mirror the screen when plugged in. My Motorola Xoom, for example, will mirror everything on the screen to a TV when my HDMI cable is plugged in. I can use it for app demos and the like at work just fine, so what you're looking for is (from a purely ...


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You can try Android VNC server on your tablet, it should do the work...


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Per the idea of using a TV (or projector) specifically, many devices can do this pretty easily using some kind of digital audio/video output connector. Some devices have micro or mini HDMI ports, which could be used with a proper cable to connect to any HDMI receiver. Others support the MHL standard, which does the same thing but via the USB/charging port. ...


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If you don't need to display wirelessly .. you can try Droid@Screen application. http://droid-at-screen.ribomation.com/


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There are 2 free tools available using which you could show demo of your android application using real android devices: Android projector Droid @ Screen FYI, both the above tools are showing screens bit slowly!


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This is definitly possible. There are even multiple approaches I could think of: Screen mirroring Some devices already ship with this functionality. My sister e.g. just got her new Samsung Galaxy S4 mini which I helped her to set up, and I noted a related "toggle" in the notification bar to switch "mirroring" on/off. Also, newer builds of the custom ROM ...


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In short, no. You could install a VNC server, which would let you use a VNC client on your laptop to connect to the "mini PC" over Wi-Fi, and use the laptop's keyboard, mouse, and screen to control the "mini PC", but there are two caveats. First, you'd need to be able to use the mini PC directly (with a TV or monitor) to be able to install and set up the VNC ...


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I think you need to buy one of these MHL to HDMI converters - it mentions that it specifically supports your device.


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Try this app. It allows you to share the screens between two tablets or two mobile devices of varying dimensions wirelessly and does not require any thing extra as per your requirements.


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One that I have used is Webkey. It requires root.


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do check http://www.mightypocket.com/2010/08/android-screenshots-screen-capture-screen-cast/ http://code.google.com/p/androidscreencast/


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Since the Tab 8.9 uses a proprietary connector (as do other Samsung tablets), you need to use an adapter that they provide. These could previously be purchased direct from Samsung, but have since been discontinued. Resellers now list a wide range of pricing on sites such as eBay. There was also an even older RCA adapter made by Samsung, but the Tab 7 Plus, 8....


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It is meant to work with Chromecast, but there are other desktop applications like Reflector 2 that will work with the cast screen setting. You can use the Chromecast app from the Google play store to do the same thing.


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If your device is rooted you could try to run a VNC Server (e.g. droid VNC server BETA) and access it from the other mobile device with a VNC viewer of your choice.


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Using computer I think the best mobile screen share is to show the screen on your computer and then share your computer screen with your friend. user the vysor to share your Android device screen on your computer with Chrome easily and quickly. then use TeamViewer to share screen with friends quickly both of them are free for personal use and I had used ...


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Sending phone notifications to desktop work because there is a simple framework for the phones, and all your app as to do is listen for that event and echo the message to the desktop. The reverse is significantly harder because there is simply no unified notification framework yet. Every app handles notifications differently. I haven't written desktop apps ...


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You can use BBQDroid, but it will require additional tweaking on your router. First, you'll have to find out your IP. This can easily be done by typing "my ip" into Google, which will return your public IP. Next, you'll need to go into your router settings and add your Android device to the router's DMZ, meaning that all incoming connections get forwarded ...


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I too would like to do this, but mainly so that I can handwrite text and mathematics on slides presented on my laptop in PowerPoint. I tried Splashtop Remote as suggested by another responder. While this is seems to be an excellent tool for remotely controlling your computer, the latency and slightly unreliable nature of the connection means that it is not ...


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I do not know of a way to display your tablet screen other than some sort of display adapter. Things like this with the receiver would allow you to do it wirelessly, but they get mighty expensive. Additionally, I do not believe bluetooth is designed as a "Display out" port, so to say, and I am hard pressed to believe it would be easy to do this, beside the ...


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For Android 5.0+ there is scrcpy is an open-source screen mirroring solution. developer mode and adb enabled required root not required scrcpy uses a server app on the device and a client app on your GNU/Linux, MacOS, or Windows machine. works over a USB cable or TCP/IP for WiFi scenarios supports cropping, recording, multiple devices Download pre-built ...


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I tried AndroidScreencast and Droid@Screen but they were very laggy. I had success with https://www.vysor.io/, in free version it's ad supported (once every half an hour) and is limited to the lowest quality (which occasionally produces artifacts). But overall it let me do a presentation without any issues. I just downloaded the Chrome extension and it ...


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I use the Mobizen app to share my android mobile screen on a computer screen. The new web browser version is convenient for presentations because it lets you stream any multimedia from your phone.


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I just read a review of Screen Cast & Screen Recorder that's pretty compelling. It requires root, like any on-device solution I'm aware of, but can record decent quality video at up to 30 FPS. The review has example captures from various games and the videos are good enough for most anything you'd want, unless you need HD video for some reason. The ...


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Early this year, arrived for Android: Air Display by Avatron Software available for 3,79€ in Google Play. Android 2.3.3 and up.


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