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Android Mirroring Tool : Release ScrcpyHub v1.4.0

Introduction

ScrcpyHub is a GUI application to use scrcpy.

https://github.com/kaleidot725/ScrcpyHub

Motivation

scrcpy is an Android device screen mirroring command tool. scrcpy is a useful command tool, but multiple device mirroring is so difficult and bother.

1.Get android device using adb command.
2.Execute scrcpy command using -s option.

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Features

ScrcpyHub assists in multiple device mirroring. ScrcpyHub makes it easy to do multiple device mirroring.

  • Support Windows10 / 11 or macOS.
  • Detect android device.
  • Control mirroing (Start / Stop).
  • Save Screenshot.
  • Support Tary Menu.
  • Record Movie.
  • v1.4.0 NEW Feature : Modify light and dark theme.

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v1.4.0 New Feature : Modify light and dark theme

v1.4.0 support modifying light and dark theme. You toggle lignt and dark theme. Try it.

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How to Use

Install

Install adb and scrcpy, ScrcpyHub.

Mac OS

1.Install android-platform-tools and scrcpy.
2.Download here and launch ScrcpyHub.
3.Open ScrcpyHub Preferences.
4.Input adb and scrcpy location, save settings.

brew install android-platform-tools
brew install scrcpy
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Windows 10 / 11

1.Download here and install scrcpy somewhere.
2.Download here and launch ScrcpyHub.
3.Open ScrcpyHub Preferences.
4.Input adb and scrcpy location, save settings.

Contact

We are working on the development here. If you have any suggestions for improvement, please contact us.

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Martin Jablečník

Do you plan support also Linux?

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Trishiraj

Same utility tool, you can use this one. It supports Linux
github.com/Genymobile/scrcpy

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katz Author

Sorry, I don't plan to support Linux at this time. I will consider whether we can support Linux in the next release.

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Martin Jablečník

I see you develop it in Kotlin so it should not be some a big problem or not?

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katz Author

I'm developing an app with Compose Multiplatform Framework, so I think it can easily support Linux. Please wait for the next release.

jetbrains.com/lp/compose-mpp/