Remote Access on Android
The current alpha version for Android is really nice but it would be way better if it would also work the other way round.
Remote accessing an android device would be very helpful for us!
We have today released a beta in the google play store for the connect to android feature. Sign up here for the BETA: https://play.google.com/apps/testing/com.anydesk.anydeskandroid
For those who do not want to join the beta program can downlaod the APK directly: https://download.anydesk.com/anydesk-beta.apk
Please note: Currently the app only supports showing the screen and pointing mode (the blue circle that appears upon a click). Control of Android is not (yet) supported. Also only one concurrent connection is possible.
uninstall me please
Quando conecto no meu smartphone asus nao consigo controlar, so vejo as tela, nao consigo trocar de tela e ao clicar em algo so mostra onde esta o cursos.
Doddamane Rudrappa RAVIKUMAR commented
Thanks for working on this, best of luck with the development.
still not yet?
nikhil goel commented
can you tell me is it working with the android version 4.1.2 jelly bean as well?
i tried it on my phone with same version android version but it only allow me to take remote from other...
plz help me with this soon
How can we test it with https://mobile-phone-tracker.org mobile recorder on Android?
I bneed your help
Manish Kumar commented
Android any disk use I'd
We have released the new Beta Version 3.5.1 today. The Link to the APK has been updated as well as the beta version in the Play Store ;).
Everybody reading this, support the next steps to have this working in future:
Confirm. Screen can be shown but not (yet) controlled.
Is the control of Android planned (and possible) in the future or not?
The app currently can only show the remote screen. Controlling Android is not yet possible.
How could I control remote Android device? I see only blue circles on the places where I click but nothing happens on Android device.
Any update on timeline for this? We sell Windows and Android EPOS terminals as well as handheld devices, so being able to provide support for all devices would be a massive benefit.
If you add GPS location feature in both the desktop and Android versions, the program could also double as a "someone stole my..." or "I have lost my..." finder program.
great i need this badly