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Scrcpy GUI

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A simple & beautiful GUI application for scrcpy


Scrcpy was created by the team behind the popular Android emulator Genymotion, but it is not an Android emulator itself, it displays and controls Android devices connected via USB or TCP/IP, it does not require any root access. It works with GNU/Linux, Windows, and MacOS.

Scrcpy works by running a server on your Android device, and the desktop application communicates using USB (or using ADB tunneling wireless). The server streams the H.264 video of the device screen. The client decodes the video frames and displays them. The client captures input (keyboard and mouse) events, sends them to the server, and the server injects them into the device. The documentation provides more details.

If you want to see your Android screen interact with the app or content on your desktop, record your phone screen or perform other basic tasks, then Scrcpy is a good choice.

In short, Scrcpy is an excellent way to easily view your Android screen on your computer and interact with it in real time.



  1. The Android device requires at least API 21 (Android 5.0).

  2. Make sure you enabled adb debugging on your device(s).

    On some devices, you also need to enable an additional option to control it using keyboard and mouse.

  3. Install scrcpy and configure environment variables

    • Linux

      On Linux, you typically need to build the app manually. Don’t worry, it’s not that hard.

      A Snap package is available: scrcpy.

      For Arch Linux, an AUR package is available: scrcpy.

      For Gentoo, an Ebuild is available: scrcpy/.

    • Windows

      For Windows, for simplicity, prebuilt archives with all the dependencies (including adb) are available:

      You can also build the app manually.

    • macOS

      The application is available in Homebrew. Just install it:

      brew install scrcpy

      You need adb, accessible from your PATH. If you don’t have it yet:

      brew cask install android-platform-tools

      You can also build the app manually.


Click here to download App.


connection method


Wired connection

  1. Make sure the phone is connected to the computer via the data cable

  2. Wait for the software to automatically detect the device
  3. Select the device and click Open Selected Mirror.
  4. Wait for the device to open

Wireless connections

  1. Please make sure the phone is on the same LAN as the computer.
  2. When connecting for the first time:
    • Please make sure your phone is connected to your computer via the cable
    • Please make sure that only one mobile phone is connected to the computer via the data cable
    • The first time you need to set the port, you can connect to the phone later, just add the static IP of the phone.
  3. Enter the LAN IP address of the phone (if the IP is DHCP assigned, please change to static IP)
  4. Click Open wireless connection
  5. Waiting for the wireless connection to succeed
  6. Select the device and click Open Selected Mirror.
  7. Wait for the device to open


Action Shortcut Shortcut (macOS)
Switch fullscreen mode Ctrl+f Cmd+f
Resize window to 1:1 (pixel-perfect) Ctrl+g Cmd+g
Resize window to remove black borders Ctrl+x | Double-click¹ Cmd+x | Double-click¹
Click on HOME Ctrl+h | Middle-click Ctrl+h | Middle-click
Click on BACK Ctrl+b | Right-click² Cmd+b | Right-click²
Click on APP_SWITCH Ctrl+s Cmd+s
Click on MENU Ctrl+m Ctrl+m
Click on VOLUME_UP Ctrl+ (up) Cmd+ (up)
Click on VOLUME_DOWN Ctrl+ (down) Cmd+ (down)
Click on POWER Ctrl+p Cmd+p
Power on Right-click² Right-click²
Turn device screen off (keep mirroring) Ctrl+o Cmd+o
Expand notification panel Ctrl+n Cmd+n
Collapse notification panel Ctrl+Shift+n Cmd+Shift+n
Copy device clipboard to computer Ctrl+c Cmd+c
Paste computer clipboard to device Ctrl+v Cmd+v
Copy computer clipboard to device Ctrl+Shift+v Cmd+Shift+v
Enable/disable FPS counter (on stdout) Ctrl+i Cmd+i

¹Double-click on black borders to remove them. ²Right-click turns the screen on if it was off, presses BACK otherwise.


This project was generated with electron-vue@8fae476 using vue-cli. Documentation about the original structure can be found here.

Feel free to open issues or PRs for any problem you may encounter, typos that you see or aspects that are confusing. Contributions are welcome, open an issue or email me if you have something you want to work on.

# install dependencies
npm install

# serve with hot reload at localhost:9080
npm run dev

# build electron application for production
npm run build

# lint all JS/Vue component files in `src/`
npm run lint


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