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I am trying to play mlbb on NOx. But the controls are not optimized. So I want to use my old phone as controller. I tried anydesk , but its input laggy. Maybe because its connecting via internet not local. Is there any other software that can get the job done? (Use android as touch screen not mouse)

  • So wait... You're using an android emulator on PC, and then want to use your mobile to connect to PC and emulate android? – Pop Car Sep 15 at 18:25
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    My phone is old. But the PC is new. I can't afford phone now. – Riyadh Kabir Sep 15 at 19:52
  • Sounds sensible, a homebrew version of cloud gaming - the phone acts as a thin client, connecting to virtual machine running the game, with the PC as the virtualization host. The fact the client and server are Android and the host being a single PC running Windows are technicalities. – SF. Sep 16 at 10:40
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TeamViewer for Remote Control works on Android to connect to and control a device that supports TeamViewer.

TeamViewer Quick Support allows an Android to be controlled through TV.

It looks and feels like the remote device is being used on the controlling device except for minor lag when using the high-quality setting and the button to show the controls for TV always on screen. This was tested using my own two devices on the home Wi-Fi network; results will definitely vary.

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  • The quick support is crashing on phonenix os – Riyadh Kabir Sep 17 at 4:34
  • Sorry; that's probably an OS limitation since it's non-standard and the support binaries are for standardized devices. If it lets you skip installing the support app that may work, but otherwise it's likely not going to. You can try to file a bug report with Phoenix OS or TeamViewer, but IDK personally if either will be and to fix it because I have no idea about Phoenix OS and am terrible at Android programming so TV is far beyond me. – l3l_aze Sep 17 at 8:49
  • Thanks for helping – Riyadh Kabir Sep 17 at 8:58

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