Display and control your Android device
pronounced "screen copy"
This application mirrors Android devices (video and audio) connected via USB or over TCP/IP, and allows to control the device with the keyboard and the mouse of the computer. It does not require any root access. It works on Linux, Windows and macOS.
It focuses on:
Its features include:
The Android device requires at least API 21 (Android 5.0).
Audio forwarding is supported from API 30 (Android 11).
Make sure you enabled USB debugging on your device(s).
On some devices, you also need to enable an additional option
USB debugging (Security Settings) (this is an item different from
to control it using a keyboard and mouse. Rebooting the device is necessary once
this option is set.
Note that USB debugging is not required to run scrcpy in OTG mode.
Get the app
The application provides a lot of features and configuration options. They are documented in the following pages:
If you encounter a bug, please read the FAQ first, then open an issue.
For general questions or discussions, you can also use:
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