29th January 2023

How to remotely show phone screen on Android

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Screen recording is a feature that almost every smartphone has. Although Android doesn’t support it by default, most third-party skins offer it as a base feature. Another thing is that recording a screen, in addition to being not always convenient, is also non-interactive. That is, the person to whom the recording is intended will not have the opportunity to ask you clarifying questions during the viewing. This means that the effectiveness of understanding what is happening on the screen will decrease if you explain how this or that function works in this way. Therefore, it is best to show your screen in real time, especially since it is so easy.

It’s very easy to show your smartphone screen to other users online

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To show the smartphone screen in real time so that it is displayed at the same time to another user, and at the same time you can comment on what is happening, it seems to many to be something incredible. This is logical. After all, if such a function is not available on Android as standard, then it is either unrealizable from a technical point of view, or unsafe. But both are big delusions. Therefore, here is a visual instruction on how to use the screen-mirroring mechanism.

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Today on Google Play there are at least three reliable and proven applications that allow you to share screen content in real time. These are Google Meet, Facebook Messenger and Skype. For my personal taste, Google Meet is the best solution for screen mirroring. Convenient and logical interface, extensive functionality and high quality images make it the best tool for online conferences, presentations and webinars.

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Download Google Meet from Google Play; Log in with your Google account; Invite other users to the video conference with the “+” button; How to remotely show phone screen on Android

Displaying your smartphone screen is best done with Google Meet

In the upper right corner, click on the three vertical dots and select “Show Screen”; Agree to the terms of screen sharing and show what you see fit, giving your comments along the way.

Screen mirroring on Android

How to remotely show phone screen on Android

Screen mirroring has no restrictions and shows all screen contents, even banking applications

Despite the fact that on Android, screen mirroring in Google Meet is implemented even more conveniently than on iOS, where you need to enable the system screen recording function for this, practice shows that screen sharing may not be available to some users. As a rule, these are the owners of Huawei smartphones. I don’t know what it’s connected with, but at least two of those to whom I explained how to use this function reported that they did not have a button to show the screen. However, they can perfectly see the contents of other users’ screens. Here is such a paradox.

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Remember that by showing your screen to unauthorized users, you are essentially sharing sensitive information. While many smartphones, for example, block the ability to take screenshots of sensitive data – for example, the content of banking applications – then Google Meet and other services for screen mirroring do not have such restrictions. That is, you can easily get into your banking applications and show viewers how much money you have in your account, as well as the mask of your payment card. Therefore, be careful and watch what exactly you share with others.

Vicky O. Torres

My name is Vicky O. Torres. I am a psychologist by profession, and I love my work very much. And in general, I am an active seeker of truth, silence and beauty of the world.

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