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Personnaly, I use Chrome Remote Desktop: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.chromeremotedesktop
Otherwise Teamwiever is supposed to work too: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.teamviewer.teamviewer.market.mobile
Both apps need a client installed on your PC.
Yes I can do that.
On your phone go to the app store download
(Google chrome remote desktop) https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.chromeremotedesktop
Then open google chrome on your laptop and put this into url bar. (Google chrome remote desktop)
Follow onscreen prompts
Ps. DON'T PET A BURNING DOG.
It's real, but beta as fuck. And by that I mean fucking unusable. I just remote into my home PC from work and use the downloadable platform from my phone. No problem. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.chromeremotedesktop
Nice. I was going to do the same but then I found Google's Remote Desktop which let's me control PCs from my phone.
I've used Chrome Remote Desktop and have had no problems. I'm not a heavy remote desktop user these days, so I went with this because it was stupid easy to setup and the interface is nice. When I was searching I found tons of RDP/VNC clients available.
What I use to play is this remote desktop for chome and its companion app for android here that is if you don't mind letting your computer run and the game be open all the time. I use a tablet for it but I have used my phone before so its possible.
Don't say I didn't warn you. Also works on iOS devices
Install chrome remote desktop on your phone
and chrome browser
remote in whenever you need to for Fortnite and anything else. Everyone should have this app. It can be a life saver.
Chrome Remote Desktop
No more silly bullshit like "did I leave my USB stick at home?", or "do the PC's in the the library run the right version of the software I need?"
When I leave the house, I leave my home PC on, then every PC I use (so long as it has Chrome installed) is my PC.
I'll admit the mobile app comes in less useful than the Chrome extension, but it's useful for tracking the progress on my Steam downloads at least.
It's an add-on for Google Chrome browser so I think that as long as you have that you're good. However, if your work IT policy is strict, you can actually install it on your home PC and install a client on your smartphone :) it's on both iOS and Android. A bit finicky to use on the phone, but it works.
EDIT: links below
Alright, so here's how I prevent this from happening: place your computer's webcam next to the printer and turn it on, so that you see what's happening on the screen.
Then get the Chrome Remote Desktop application for your PC.
Then the Android app.
Now you can connect to your PC from anywhere without any fuckery and see what's on your screen. Webcam will show you if everything looks fine and your 3D printing software of choice should have a Stop button in case things get fucky.
If you have Chrome on your desktop, check out Chrome Remote Desktop. It just runs on your desktop computer and you download the app on your phone.
if you have a desktop pc and an android phone you can try it out. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.chromeremotedesktop I've never had any problems with it. Mostly use it at school so I'm not switching between computers when programming. It pretty much streams your desktop and gives you control of the keyboard and mouse.
In my experience that will cause steam to install to whatever drive it feels like which if you're like me can be problematic if you only have a small ssd or use a specific drive for games.
If you have an android phone and chrome installed it doesnt get any easier or better than Chrome Remote Desktop you dont have to set up any specific ports or anything for remote access its very straight forward and a life saver for getting things done while iam at work.
Yep, works like a charm, assuming you can install the app on your phone (I have an iPhone and am clueless about Android stuff). Here's the app you'll need:
And here's the Chrome extension you will need:
And yes, you'll want to make sure your PC is kept awake. Doesn't matter if the monitor is turned off, though.
Chrome mobile desktop
Chrome remote desktop maybe?
Desktop + Android
It's not exactly what you want but it lets you control your PC from your phone so it is essentially what you want to do.
You don't need to root, I'm simply using the chrome extension from Google. https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/chrome-remote-desktop/gbchcmhmhahfdphkhkmpfmihenigjmpp?hl=en
and then you install the app on your tablet : https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.chromeremotedesktop
One possible option is to download some remote desktop software on your home computer (such as Chrome Remote Desktop) as well as an associated mobile app.
When the games start you can take a few minutes to connect to your home computer using your cell phone and start the stream.
Yes it's very simple even if there are some manipulations to do on the computer. check this video to understand how the app works ( https://youtu.be/gyZsdHcCTT4 ). I also use an app ( https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.chromeremotedesktop ) to control my pc remotely to be able to turn it off
I just use google remote desktop. But my laptop has to be always on. Having an eco mode with min 5% & max 40% cpu helps to save a little on electricity. For normal use i change back to Balance, the default one which is untouched. Everything in eco has been optimised for power saving, which makes my laptop slow. Which is why it is only for seeding and remoting occasionally from my work. I use my phone to remote in with this.
^ on a phone
On Chromebooks, typically sharing with CRD requires an approval, yes. But, what I'm doing is different... I'm using CRD from the Chrome inside the Linux container running on the Chromebook. This version of CRD doesn't require any approval... you just authenticate with your 6 digit pin code and you're in. No human has to be present :)
I know that you can do it the other way around by installing a casting app on the Chromebook.
You may be able to just install the Android version of Chrome Remote Desktop on your Quest and use that.
You will probably need to sideload it to get it on the Quest. One way is to install it on your phone, then use an "app backup" app to get a copy of the .apk, then use Sidequest to install on the Quest.
Oops, I'm seeing it now in your post title! I should have read which was "to" and "from" more slowly.
In that case, why not just use the official Chrome Remote Desktop app in conjunction with Chrome Remote Desktop? Forget AnyDesk IMO, which is best off for computer-to-computer connections.
Don't know if this will work/help but there is Beyondtrust (used to be called Bomgar), vysor (https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.techrepublic.com/google-amp/article/how-to-control-your-android-device-from-chrome-with-vysor/), or Chrome remote desktop (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.chromeremotedesktop).
I did a a little recon on TeamViewer for work and we ended up going Beyondtrust because that was already in use. Beyondtrust is functionally the same as TeamViewer but I'm not sure if there is a back end server that is needed or if it's cloud based.
I've used Vysor and chrome remote desktop but not if the device and desktop were on a different network. So while I mention them I'm not 100% if they will fit your needs.
Hope this helps...:)
App goes full screen and removes the bar that give option to use keyboard, have to close, reconnect and press keyboard button as soon as app reopens
I've been using Chrome Remote Desktop, for over 6 years. Setup and usage are super easy, also you can choose between dragging the mouse or touch based navigation. Also the visual from it is always high-quality and connection speed is fantastic, even over a cellular data connection.
You can't run Windows or Mac binaries on Chrome OS. What you saw was probably being run through something like the Chrome Remote Desktop app. It should be compatible with a Chromebook since it's an Android app.
Theres this chrome remote desctop .msi thing that allows you to view your desctop and move the mouse around, type etc. You can shut it down like that from the start menu. HERE is a link to the extension you need on your PC and THIS is the android app.
I've used both albeit not for games but for just sorting inventory it should work fine.
Chrome RDP. The only requirement is that Chrome needs to be installed on both machines. And yes, it's bidirectional. What I like about it is that with a couple of tweaks you can also have a shared clipboard as well.
Chrome Remote Desktop Lets you remote in to your desktop from your phone. It works surprisingly well, and you don't need Google Chrome open to use it (though I'm sure it still requires some background process to be active).
This isn't exactly an exact solution however what I did for the previous majors when I had work/ any other obligation that prevented me from making predictions in client, I would use the android app (not sure if it's also available for Apple/ similar app)
Chrome Remote Desktop in order to control my computer from my phone. This also helped if I was streaming the games in another room separate of my PC. All I had to do was ensure Dota 2 was open and could go in and put predictions in at the start of each game.
With it being android, you might be able to get the Chrome Remote Desktop.
Here's the Google Play link for the tablet. I'd check with your IT/networking guys before installing it - but you can also use your phone too if you have that out in the field.
Luckily with the "sorry" package they had today, it'll save you a couple days (it came with 5 tokens), so you won't be too far behind on tokens!
I'd probably suggest getting a screen recorder app for the phone...and then a remote pc control app...and just view your pc and screen record. For the remote PC, google has one Chrome Remote Desktop. For the screen recorder, there's been a few recommendations in the past, but none come to mind right now...
Chrome Remote Desktop?
This is the app for android
Then you download the desktop version, set heroes to windowed mode, start the desktop app and you should be able to remotely log in.
you can use anything if you install remote desktop by google
and the corresponding app
So you have complete control of your pc while anywhere in the world.
I used to do this with this app (although, it was called Remote Desktop Viewer when I used it.. but I think there was some kind of active trial period which made me stop using it) plus a bluetooth keyboard. Some bluetooth keyboards come with touchpads built in. I don't know what Teamviewer is, so excuse this if it is similar..
It's simple, easy to setup and use, and it's free.
Install this on your computer:
Install this on your phone:
and yep that's how it works it just shares your screen to your phone and lets you control your computer.
Don't see why not. If you can download this, then yes -- https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.chromeremotedesktop
There is this app.
Hopefully that would work for all you need it to.
Use chrome remote desktop.
I use Remote Desktop
Not sure if you're on Android or iPhone, but the play store has this app with details on how to set it up.
^ Is how I do it. Actually not too bad for simple stuff.
Podrías dejar la compu prendida y sincronizarla con la aplicación de escritorio remoto de Google yo uso esa y anda joya
Microsoft Remote Desktop
>It's about wanting to cast something to my PC without having to get out of bad.
Did you try Chrome Remote Desktop?
Edit : Not sure if it works when laptop is locked.
Chrome Remote Desktop https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.chromeremotedesktop
And here's the app:
I use these two apps to control my PCs with my phone.
Controlling my pc/laptop via a Chrome app
Untested for the bluetooth keyboard, but you could try this.
Yes, from a post on here a year ago with a couple of options:
Here is one way, courtesy of /u/starcraftre:
Yup, here's how I do it. Works for remote PC to PC to XBox or Mobile to PC to XBox.
If you have a computer with Chrome and Windows 10 on the same network, you can do everything on an Android device.
1) Install Chrome Remote Desktop on your computer, and the app on your mobile. Pair them.
2) Install UCR on your computer - this will let you simulate a controller
3) Install the vJoy driver - this adds XBox controllers to the UCR database
4) Set up controls mapped to keyboard (for Rewards app, you just need Up, Down, Left, Right, A, and B - I used W, S, A, D, J, and L, respectively) Here's a tutorial.
5) Now that you have mobile remote in and a virtual controller, you just need to launch the XBox Console Companion App and go over to the second to last icon on the left hand menu, titled "Connection".
6) Make sure your console is linked to the app, and stream. If your UCR is properly set up, you should have control of the XBox via your mobile keyboard. If not, you'll see a message that says "No controller detected".
I use the Remote Desktop app from Google.
I particularly like to use some Free VNC server with Freeware RealVNC Viewer.
I tried all VNC servers 10 years ago and on some machines one was better than the other...but it's been so long and so many updates have occurred that I can't tell one over the other.
TigerVNC Server (Windows, linux, macOS) [opensource]
TurboVNC Server (Windows, linux, macOS) [opensource] [last version uses Java]
TightVNC Server (Windows) [opensource]
UltraVNC Server (Windows) [opensource]
x11vnc server (linux) [opensource]
RealVNC Viewer (Windows, linux, macOS, android, iOS, Raspberry Pi) [freeware]
I currently use x11vnc on my computer, UltraVNC on Windows computers of family, friends or clients (since it doesn't need installation) but I always use RealVNC Viewer as a vnc client, on everything... including Android.
however, these tools are great for accessing over a LAN or via port forwarding on modems/routers.
for instant access in NAT-friendly scenarios, I use AnyDesk.
AnyDesk (Windows, linux, macOS, BSD, android, iOS, ChromeOS, Raspberry Pi)
however, AnyDesk on linux creates a service automatically, which I prefer to disable:
sudo apt install -y ./anydesk_6.1.1-1_amd64.deb
sudo deb-systemd-invoke stop anydesk
sudo deb-systemd-invoke disable anydesk
sudo rm /etc/systemd/system/anydesk.service
systemctl status anydesk
and before I used
Google Chrome Remote Desktop Server (Windows, linux, macOS)
Google Chrome Remote Desktop Client (Windows, linux, macOS, android, iOS)
in the case of games, I recommend Parsec!
Parsec (Windows, linux, macOS, android, Chrome, Raspberry Pi) [freeware]
in the case of android... I have NOT tested it yet... but in research this is what I found:
guiscrcpy (Windows, linux, android) [opensource] [android server]
scrcpy (Windows, linux, macOS, android) [opensource] [android server]
sndcpy (Windows, linux, macOS, android) [opensource] [android server]
to finish, there are some alternatives that I have little experience, I want to do more tests but they can eventually replace VNC. to know: NX, X2Go, SPICE.
NoMachine Server/Client (Windows, linux, macOS) [freeware]
NoMachine Client (android, Raspberry Pi, ARM, iOS) [freeware]
X2Go Server (linux, Raspberry Pi) [opensource]
X2Go Client (Windows, linux, macOS, BSD, Raspberry Pi) [opensource]
Remmina RDP/VNC/X2Go/SPICE/SSH Client (linux, BSD, Raspberry Pi) [opensource]
SPICE Server (Windows, linux) [opensource]
SPICE Client (Windows, linux, macOS, android, web, iOS) [opensource]
aSPICE Secure SPICE Client (android) [opensource]
It's an extension on Chromebooks.
Combination of a couple existing tools.
1) Install FFXIV Quick Launcher. Have the shortcut somewhere easily accessible.
This is used primarily to speed up the process of booting up the client, since trying to remotely type on a phone is painful. FFXIV Quick Launcher can either instant boot the game with saved login information, or have your password prefilled in at least. Since I have a 2 monitor setup, I added an FFXIV Quick Launcher shortcut to my taskbar for ease of access.
2) Install some type of Remote Desktop app. I used Chrome Remote Desktop
Chrome Remote Desktop requires you to install both on your PC and on your phone for it to work, but once installed it's pretty easy to access your PC on your phone remotely with a single tap. There's a lot of Remote Desktop apps out there I'm just not super familiar with them. The important thing is you need to be able to remotely control your PC from your phone.
3) Test to make sure you can boot FFXIV Quick Launcher from your phone, and that you can interact with the FF14 client afterward.
4) Important! You're actually allowed to have 2 active clients open at once. You have 1 client actively in the queue, and another client sitting in character select, but not actually in queue.
What this means is that when you inevitably 2002 or 5003 error (both expected), you have another client open ready to queue up and maintain your spot in the queue. You have some leeway between the 2002 error and losing your spot in the queue, this just eliminates the randomness of having to reboot the game and pray you can make it to character select.
5) After 1 client errors out (close it obviously), and you've requeued on your 2nd client. Open up a new client with XIV Quick Launcher, and bring it back to the character selection screen, thus prepping a new client for the next 2002/5003 error.
6) This can be done entirely remotely via phone once set up with remote desktop. XIV Quick Launcher makes it easy to boot new clients by finger taps, and from there interacting with the game via finger taps is pretty simple.
Since I have a 2 monitor setup, it was easy for me to jump between clients and boot up new clients by looking at the taskbar of my second screen, but for 1 monitor setup people it's probably best to have FF14 Windowed in order to have access to your taskbar.
Check this apps
3)Chrome Remote Desktop
I'm on android but heres the links I used
And for the pc
2) Install UCR on your computer - this will let you simulate an controller
I was looking for something to play games from my PC on my phone, and it looked like it would work.
Only hiccup I've run into is I can't press directional keys for some games because they don't exist in my phone's keyboard, but it works fine for VNs.
To get it running, you have to install the app (Android, iOS) on your phone and on your PC through Google Chrome (Chrome Extension).
Then you run the application on your PC to configure your accessibility settings and password. Then you can access it through your phone.
Might be a solution?!
Chrome Remote Desktop. It's all you need.
Just adding in the links for the information of lurkers who aren't bothered to Google search it.
Sorry the url doesn't seem to work, this one should.
Do not use TeamViewer. Setup is a mess. Use Chrome desktop remote. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.chromeremotedesktop
I use Chrome Remote Desktop. It allows you to control any device, either mobile or desktop remotely (with the app installed on both devices obviously). All you need is the app and a Gmail account.
Best of all, it's made by Google!
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I use Chrome Remote Desktop (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.chromeremotedesktop&hl=en)
You could also try to sideload chrome remote desktop https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.chromeremotedesktop
You can try Chrome Remote Desktop https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.chromeremotedesktop
You can use Chrome Remote Desktop with its Chrome Extension.
There's also a bunch of apps that lets you use your phone to control your pc (mouse + keyboard, media buttons, etc) that can stream your pc to your phone. Personally, I use Unified Remote which works great.
Well, there's this.
Last time I deployed, I just gave my account info to someone I trusted with it. Do you have any friends who are into it?
If you can leave your home computer running while out of state and will have cell reception, the remote desktop/team viewer option is there. For Chrome RDP, you'll need the server app added to Chrome and running, and you'll need the client app on your phone. Both can be found in the play store with a simple search.
Edit: Server | Android client | Apple client
Note: I haven't tried this myself, so your mileage may vary
oh that was the wrong app
linkme: Chrome Remote Desktop
Link as well
I've been using Chrome Remote Desktop on android with great success. Install the extension on sync up with the iOS app.
I'm not OC but if I'm correct he means this chrome extension. It's exactly what I use to control my computer from my phone.
Just download that to your chrome browser, then install this app to your phone from the Play Store / iOS
So you'll control your laptop from your phone to which now you can use your phone as a remote to control Netflix. I recommend you
get familiar with the pinch zoom, multi-touch buttons and so on, It'll make it easier.
Hope this helps.
Oh quick tip with this, as long as your computer is on with chrome open you can typically connect to it no matter where you are. =D
I first installed Google's Remote Desktop plugin on the machine I want to cast.
I then installed Google's Remote Desktop app on my phone. Android - Iphone.
Then using Videostream I can cast media I downloaded. Or just using Google Cast I can cast streaming content that doesn't have native Chromecast capabilities (I'm looking at you FXNow).
You can use your phone to control your computer from anywhere with Chrome Remote Desktop.
You could try this i used to have to check on my download and my pc when i was away andleft my pc on,maybe there is a way to do what you want never tried it on android tv so im just assuming chrome remote desktop
Chrome remote desktop works to some degree
Install this Chrome addon/app: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/chrome-remote-desktop/gbchcmhmhahfdphkhkmpfmihenigjmpp?hl=en
Install this app on your Android device if you're planning on controlling it with your phone/tablet instead of another PC: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.chromeremotedesktop&hl=en
(haven't tried mac/iOS but it's probably the same)
I don't know how different this is from the Google Desktop Remote, but I use the last one.