[Help & FAQ] Use AirMirror in Non-Rooted Way

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[Help & FAQ] Use AirMirror in Non-Rooted Way

AirMirror in non-rooted way--USB Debugging

Update:

Since AirDroid Android v3.1.6, AirDroid Mac v3.2.1, AirDroid Win v3.2.2 non-rooted Android running 4.1+ can use AirMirror without Root.

You can do the one time setting to use AirMirror on root devices.( Here is how)

However, if you prefer a non- rooted way to use AirMirror, it is easy too! Just following the step below:

Initiate AirMirror on the device you want to control, click View the setting guide and you’ll get the guide on how to continue shown as below:






After all settings are done, connect your Android to your computer and click Setting completed.

TaDa! You can now use AirMirror anytime, anywhere!




Note:

1) You only need to set USB debugging for one time if you never reboot the phone. But if you reboot your phone, you need to do it again. If you want one time setting, click here.

2) If your device is rooted but AirDroid failed to gain the permission, you can try to use AirMirror in non-root way.

A list of known AirMirror supported Roms for Rooted devices. Please note that due to different ROMs, network environment and many other factors, you may be unable to use AirMirror though the Rom of your device is listed. Also, some ROMs not in the list may be able to use AirMirror. (Only the Roms with relatively high success rate are listed).

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Coffee wrote:Since AirDroid Android v3.1.6, AirDroid Mac v3.2.1, non-rooted Android running 4.1+ can use AirMirror without Root. Support for AirDroid Win is on its way!

How to use AirMirror with Non-rooted Android on AirDroid Mac?
Initiate AirMirror on the device you want to control, click View the setting guide and you’ll get the guide on how to continue:




The following settings should be done on your phone:





After all settings are done, connect your Android to your Mac and click Setting completed. Start, you can now use AirMirror!



Note:
i) You only need to set this for one time if you never reboot the phone. But if you reboot your phone, you need to do it again.
ii) If your device is rooted but AirDroid failed to gain the permission, you can try to use AirMirror in non-root way.

i use note 4 it still unable to connect AirMirror, why ?
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i use note 4 it still unable to connect AirMirror, why ?ImageAttachmentsImage
Hi, sorry that use AirMirror in Non-Root Way only supports AirDroid Mac now. It will go to AirDroid Win soon.
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Coffee
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Running latest version of AirDroid. Don't have the same screen as you. Just says "close".

Windows 10 x64
Nexus 6P.

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ramzyb
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Same issue here.
Ilse
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@ramzyb @ilse

Hi,

Sorry that AirDroid Win can't use AirMirror in Non-Root Way now. But it will come out soon.
Coffee
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Re: [Help & FAQ] Use AirMirror in Non-Root Way

Hi Coffee, please post in this thread as soon as AirDroid Win supports non-root...I have a Nexus 7 2013 running stock Android 6.0.1....hoping to keep a couple devices without root access...( fyi...2 other rooted Nexus 7s with CyanogenMod11 work fine with the great AirMirror product! ) Thank you, Chadwick
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AloE
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Re: [Help & FAQ] Use AirMirror in Non-Root Way

Hi Coffee, please post in this thread as soon as AirDroid Win supports non-root...I have a Nexus 7 2013 running stock Android 6.0.1....hoping to keep a couple devices without root access...( fyi...2 other rooted Nexus 7s with CyanogenMod11 work fine with the great AirMirror product! ) Thank you, Chadwick

I will. And, shh, support for AirDroid Win will come out soon.
Coffee
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Hi Coffee, I did the whole non-root procedure (USB Debugging). Although the Tablets are never rebooted, AirMirror/Airdroid tells me that it failed to get root permissions and I have to do all the steps again!

Doesn't the Tablet remember it?
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Re: [Help & FAQ] Use AirMirror in Non-Root Way

Hi Coffee, I did the whole non-root procedure (USB Debugging). Although the Tablets are never rebooted, AirMirror/Airdroid tells me that it failed to get root permissions and I have to do all the steps again!

Doesn't the Tablet remember it?
Did you use AirMirror on the same computer? If yes, pls tell me your Android version, device model, and ROM.

And pls also attach the logs to help us troubleshoot:

Phone:
/sdcard/airdroid/exception.log
/sdcard/android/data/com.sand.airdroid/files/main.log
/sdcard/android/data/com.sand.airdroid/files/AirMirror.RemoteInpute.log

Desktop:
​Win:
Right click on AirDroid icon > select open file location > logs and exception.

​Mac: Create a file named log.dll in application support/airdroid/ Open AirDroid and log in. And then Click Finder > click Go > Press Alt until Library shows > Click Library > Application Support > AirDroid.
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