AirDroid to handle your Android devices wirelessly from your PC

Now days, we are just not purchasing smartphones and tablets to do calls or send massages. We always dare to do innovative things with our devices. When it comes to Android devices, then there is a whole different story occurs. But in some cases, we found our smartphones and tablets are too small to do something. We can’t do much on the single screen view and limited screen size. But here is a nice Android app, “AirDroid” which can be a great solution. Amazingly, this app let you to access all your data on your Android device though a laptop or desktop PC. And yes, don’t surprise you can handle your entire data wirelessly. You just need to connect your Android device with a desktop PC or laptop by the help of AirDroid to access files, install/uninstall apps, send/receive SMS, and handle all your data in the device.


How to connect your Android device with your laptop/desktop PC using AirDroid?

Before going with AirDroid, you must ensure that your laptop or desktop PC is on the same network (wireless) as your Android smartphone/tablet is. This will be the basic need to connect your Android device with your desktop PC or laptop.

Well, visit Google Play Store on your Android device to download AirDroid app, then install it and run the app.

Then come to your desktop PC or laptop, open the browser and head to or key in the IP address shown on your Android device.

airdroid connect

Login to AirDroid by scanning the QR code or enter by a 6-digit passcode.

– Tap the camera button of your Android device in the AirDroid app to scan the QR code shown on your browser (in your desktop PC or laptop) to enter via QR Code scan.

– Or enter the 6-digit passcode onto your web browser, which shown on your Android device.

login to airdroid

One you successfully logged in with AirDroid, then you’ll be able to see icons and other related data of your Android device on your laptop or desktop PC. Now it’s the time to know, what you can do with AirDroid.

What you can do with AirDroid?

Now you can able to manage all your data of your Android device from a laptop of desktop PC. So, let’s have a quick look on the things what you can do with.

You can view call logs or delete incoming, outgoing or missed calls.

You can create, receive or reply messages from the big screen (laptop or desktop PC).

You can Manage and edit contact details. This app even shows contacts you often communicating with.

You can manage your apps or install a new app with an APK file from your desktop PC or laptop.

You can explorer your smartphone or tablet files as you usually exploring them when it plugged into your PC.

You can play, upload music, and manage them.

You can upload and manage ringtones to your phone, notification and alarm.

You can view, upload and manage video files.

You can take screenshots of your Android device, but for it you need a rooted device.

You can upload and manage photos.

airdroid file manage

You can even do more with AirDroid Browser Widgets!

Not satisfied? Want to explore more things? Yes, you can do more things with widgets found on your browser. It is compatible with widgets like URL Opener, Clipboard and Search Bar.

URL Opener: It let you to open the copied link on the default browser of your Android device.

Clipboard: It let you to manage the clipboard of your device. This is helpful when you want to transferring a many text or digits from your computer to your device.

Search Bar: It allows you in finding apps on the Play Store or on Quixey. You can also find 5 buttons on the right of the search bar that enables “multiple desktops” for better multitasking. It let uses to install apps, upload files, compose a text message, and return to the AirDroid main page.

After you satisfied with AirDroid, you can hit the “Disconnect” button on your device to quit from the app. Are you enjoyed the experience?

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