How to mirror your Android screen on your Windows 10 PC without any third party app

Screen mirroring (sometimes called screen casting) allows you to mirror your mobile device’s content to a secondary display which could be a laptop, PC, your TV or any other screen. You will need to open the connection for screen mirroring on both your smartphone/tablet and your PC/TV in order for the connection to work successfully.

Why mirror your screen? There are plenty of reasons. You might be a developer in the middle of coding and want to check your app without having to constantly reach for your phone. You might want to share your pictures on a big screen without uploading them. Or you might need to give a presentation quickly while the projector is connected to a PC.

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Inkwire Beta ready for remote assist, Android screen sharing

A few weeks ago, famed developer Koushik Dutta teased a forthcoming app by the name of Inkwire. Inkwire allows Android to Android screen sharing so anyone can quickly share a screen for teaching or demonstration. Koushik Dutta is the same guy who did the Vysor, AllCast, and Mirror to Chrome. He’s been making applications that make Android work with more devices mainly for the benefit of hardcore Android users.

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