How To Install GenyMobile/Scrcpy on PC (Windows 10/8/7)

In this article, we are going to show how to display and control your Android device with GenyMobile Scrcpy on Windows 10 PC.

Let me explain first what is GenyMobile/Scrcpy (v1.13)?

This application offers display and control of Android devices connected on USB (or over TCP/IP). It does not require any root access. It works on Windows, GNU/Linux, and macOS.

Key Features of GenyMobile/Scrcpy (v1.13):
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– lightness (native, displays only the device screen)
– performance (30~60fps).
– quality (1920×1080 or above).
– low latency (35~70ms).
– low startup time (~1 second to display the first image).
– non-intrusiveness (nothing is left installed on the device).

How To Download and Install GenyMobile/Scrcpy in Windows 10/8/7

You can get the app from this source.

It’s a zip file which is for the 64-bit Windows operating system.

Here are the steps to setup GenyMobile Scrcpy

Step 1. Download GenyMobile/Scrcpy for Windows 10/8/7 click here.

Step 2. Once the file is downloaded, go to the folder that contains the “scrcpy-win64-v1.13.zip” file, copy/move this file where ever you feel comfortable with using the command prompt. For example, we go to our C drive and we create a folder with the name SCRCPY. In this SCRCPY folder, move/copy the scrcpy-win64-v1.13.zip file and then extract this zip file here.

Step 3. Now, you need to run the scrcpy.exe executable using Command Promt.

1. Connect an Android to your Windows PC via the USB cable.

The Android device requires at least API 21 (Android 5.0). Make sure you enabled ADB debugging on your device.

2. Open Command Prompt as Administrator. You can search for “cmd“, right-click on the result and click Run as administrator.

3. Once your Command Prompt open, you can CD to the directory where your SCRCPY.

CD C:\SCRCPY\scrcpy-win64-v1.13

4. Once you are inside your SCRCPY folder, type SCRCPY and press Enter.

All done! You can see your Android phone which is mirrored on your Windows PC.

If you want to run SCRCPY from anywhere from your Windows operating system, you just need to set this path (C:\SCRCPY\scrcpy-win64-v1.13) to your environment variable. Here are the steps:

That’s about it.

 
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