Android Usage Guide

How can I use the left mouse button on the remote device?

Direct Mouse Mode

  • Click: Push one finger down and immediately release it.
  • Select or drag and drop: Push one finger down and immediately start moving.
  • Advanced: While moving with one finger, you can pan and zoom using a second finger.


Touchpad Mode

  • When using the touchpad mode, you can use any area on the screen to control the mouse pointer.
  • Click: Push one finger down anywhere on the screen and immediately release it. The click will be injected at the mouse pointer position.
  • Move pointer: Push one finger down anywhere on the screen and immediately start moving.
  • Select or drag and drop: Push one finger down anywhere on the screen, immediately release it, push down again and immediately start moving.
  • Advanced: While moving with one finger, you can pan and zoom using a second finger.





How can I use the right mouse button on the remote device?
  • Hold one finger down for at least 0.5s without moving.

How do I use the middle mouse button on the remote device?
  • Click: Push three fingers down at the same time and immediately release them.

How do I scroll on the remote device?
  • Push three fingers down at the same time and immediately start moving them.
  • Move left right for horizontal scrolling.
  • Move up down for vertical scrolling.

How do I zoom into or pan the remote desktop?
  • You can use two fingers for zooming and panning.
  • Advanced: With any one finger gesture, you can start zooming/panning by temporarily pushing down a second finger. After releasing the second figner, you can continue with your one finger gesture (e.g. drag and drop).

Explaining the Menu Icons

  Open conncection settings

  Open input submenu

  Open keyboard with special keys

  Open regular android keyboard

  Use direct mouse mode for touch input

  Use touchpad mode for touch input

  Open remote monitor selection submenu
          (only if client has more than one monitors)

  Open action submenu

  Close session

  Move menu position

  Take screenshot of the remote desktop

  Download files from remote clipboard

  Upload file to remote clipboard

  Request user elevation (for the moment only Windows)

  Send Ctrl+Alt+Del to remote device


AnyDesk for Android has been most extensively tested on the following devices:
 
LG G3 D855
Google Nexus 6P
Google Nexus 7 2013 Wifi
BQ Aquaris X5
Sony Xperia Z5 compact
Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 T320
Lenovo YOGA TAB 3 Plus

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