There are plenty of ways to mirror your smartphone screen to a PC through a range of apps and software available, such as AirBeamTV, R-Cast and TeamViewer. This technology is called Screen Mirroring, and it allows viewing the contents of a smartphone on another device. For example, if you want to watch YouTube videos on a large display instead of your smartphone’s video player, you can use screen mirroring to do so. In today’s post, we are going to share with you scrcpy, which is an open source software available for Linux, Mac, and Windows operating systems. It is primarily designed to help developers test their apps by allowing them to mirror screen and audio from a phone to a PC via a USB or Wi-Fi connection. As a user, you can use Scrcpy to display a wireless screen or connect a USB keyboard and use your smartphone as a computer mouse or keyboard.
To use Scrcpy , you don’t need your smartphone to be rooted , just Android 5.0 and above.
Before you start mirroring your smartphone screen, make sure you also enable adb debugging option on your device, and from this page you can review how to do it.
Scrcpy offers a bunch of basic features, including file sharing, screen recording, resolution change, and more. In addition to being completely free, it works on both Mac and Windows devices, and GNU/Linux as well.