Size of mobile screens are increasing with every new launch, and it has somewhere resolved the issues of people who complain about their small screen size. Despite of that, there are some people who still face plethora of troubles accessing and managing their hand-held gadgets due to the small screen size these devices wear. On-screen keyboard creates greatest problem for mobile holders.
However, there is great news out there for such “trendy” people, that your smartphone can now be accessed from your computer or laptop. Just look at the devices’ shipping box, or search out there; you will find a solution for the same.
One such solution is Mobogenie, which is a free application and can help you managing your device’s apps, media, texts, SD card backups and so on, all through your PC. Another application is Krome, which is an Android app lately published by Damian Piwowarki. It’s a paid application and you will need to purchase it by spending US$0.99. The application can push real-time application from your Android device, onto the Chrome browser of your PC.
Step 1: Open the Setting menu of your smartphone and scroll to Application->Development option. Check USB Debugging and close the screen.
Step 2: Locate for “Download for PC Button” on Mobogenie website. Follow the steps to install the software.
Step 3: Click on the first icon, labeled “My Phone,” on the top ribbon.
Step 4: Connect your phone with your PC through a USB cord. Allow different drivers and files to update and install automatically.
Step 5: wait for screen to show a message that reads “Drivers installed successfully”. Minimize any window related to drivers, and look for the Mobogenie pop-up dialog box, which shows the sync status.
Step 6: Maximize the Mobogenie interface on the PC and scroll through the dashboard to view and manage items like SMS text inbox, app updating and camera images.
Step 1: Purchase the Krome On PC application from Google Play Store. The application will be automatically installed on your device.
Step 2: Press the Next button until the Krome Connect screen appears. A pairing code will be displayed on your screen.
Step 3: Launch a new tab on Google’s Chrome browser on your PC. Type “Krome” on the Chrome Web Store. Select the Krome app and allow it to install by entering your Google User ID and password.
Step 4: Click on the Krome icon within the Chrome browser on the PC and enter the pairing code you received in second step. It will pair your PC and device. Enter the code without any space.
Step 5: Watch the PC’s taskbar, and you’ll see a pop-up notification appear briefly when a notification-event occurs, like an incoming Gmail email or text on the mobile device.