[Help & FAQ] Quick Guide of AirDroid

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[Help & FAQ] Quick Guide of AirDroid

To start using AirDroid, you need to install AirDroid on your Android device.

AirDroid Android App
When you open AirDroid app on your Android device, you should see something like the screenshot below.

Two web addresses, a QR Code button and several icons of features:



Tap the account icon to sign in with your AirDroid account (register an AirDroid account):



2. AirDroid Windows/Mac
To use AirDroid Windows/Mac, you need to install it to your computer, sign in with AirDroid account, and you'll connect to your Android device instantly (Requires the same AirDroid account signed in on AirDroid Android app first).

With AirDroid Windows/Mac, Android notifications, new SMS, incoming call alerts will be automatically displayed on your computer. And you can even control your Android and use any apps on computer, like WhatsApp, WeChat, and Line (requires root, AirDroid Windows & Mac only). More details...


How to install AirDroid Windows/Mac?

3. AirDroid Web
AirDroid Web allows you to access and manage your Android on a web browser, without a cable, all over the air.

There are 4 methods to build the connection between AirDroid Web and your Android device.

1) Using AirDroid account
Open a supported web browser (Chrome, Safari, Firefox, IE) on computer and visit web.airdroid.com, sign in with AirDroid account, and you'll connect to your Android device instantly (Requires the same AirDroid account signed in on AirDroid Android app first).



2) Using QR code
① Open a supported web browser (Chrome, Safari, Firefox, IE) on computer and visit web.airdroid.com, you’ll see a QR code:



② Go to AirDroid on your Android device, tap the QR Code button, point your Android device's camera at the QR code on web.airdroid.com to scan it. And you should be able to sign in:



3) Using Lite Mode
If your Android device and computer are on the same WiFi network, you'll be able to use Lite mode. Lite mode allows you to connect your Android devices directly, without passing through the AirDroid web servers. Some AirDroid web features are missing in Lite Mode.

① Find the IP address displayed on AirDroid Android app (the IP address varies from device to device):



② Open a supported web browser (Chrome, Safari, Firefox, IE) on computer, enter the IP address:



③ Your Android device will instantly get a connection request, tap Accept and you should be able to sign in:

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Man, this is confusing. I am trying to connect my Asus Nexus 7. What I want to do is display the tablet screen to a laptop and from the laptop to a digital projector. But first I have to simply connect the tablet's screen to the laptop screen. Why isn't there a simple button on either version that says "display this screen on another device." And select from a list of other devices logged into Airdroid. Or, in the same fashion, where is the button that will let me toggle going to the Lite version or via the Internet? Right now, I'm looking at my basic home page on the tablet, the one with many colored round buttons, usually, plus some adware like Rush of Heroes (whatever that is). From this page, if I go to settings, I can't see the URL necessary to connect to the lite mode.

But most important, how do I display my tablet screen on the laptop?
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Man, this is confusing. I am trying to connect my Asus Nexus 7. What I want to do is display the tablet screen to a laptop and from the laptop to a digital projector. But first I have to simply connect the tablet's screen to the laptop screen. Why isn't there a simple button on either version that says "display this screen on another device." And select from a list of other devices logged into Airdroid. Or, in the same fashion, where is the button that will let me toggle going to the Lite version or via the Internet? Right now, I'm looking at my basic home page on the tablet, the one with many colored round buttons, usually, plus some adware like Rush of Heroes (whatever that is). From this page, if I go to settings, I can't see the URL necessary to connect to the lite mode.

But most important, how do I display my tablet screen on the laptop?
Thanks

Thanks for the suggestion. I've collected the feature request and we'll consider it.

As to how to display tablet screen on the laptop. 2 methods:
1. Try Screenshot on web.airdroid.com, you can stream the screen of your Android device on a web browser (root required). More...
2. Install AirDroid Win/Mac and try AirMirror, you can even control your device with this feature (root required, Android 4.0+) More...
Coffee
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Coffee wrote:
Man, this is confusing. I am trying to connect my Asus Nexus 7. What I want to do is display the tablet screen to a laptop and from the laptop to a digital projector. But first I have to simply connect the tablet's screen to the laptop screen. Why isn't there a simple button on either version that says "display this screen on another device." And select from a list of other devices logged into Airdroid. Or, in the same fashion, where is the button that will let me toggle going to the Lite version or via the Internet? Right now, I'm looking at my basic home page on the tablet, the one with many colored round buttons, usually, plus some adware like Rush of Heroes (whatever that is). From this page, if I go to settings, I can't see the URL necessary to connect to the lite mode.

But most important, how do I display my tablet screen on the laptop?
Thanks

Thanks for the suggestion. I've collected the feature request and we'll consider it.

As to how to display tablet screen on the laptop. 2 methods:
1. Try Screenshot on web.airdroid.com, you can stream the screen of your Android device on a web browser (root required). More...
2. Install AirDroid Win/Mac and try AirMirror, you can even control your device with this feature (root required, Android 4.0+) More...
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