provides display and control of Android devices connected via USB
or TCP/IP. It does not require any root access. Scrcpy works on Windows
GNU/Linux, and macOS.
It focuses on:
Lightness (native, displays only the device screen)
Quality (1920x1080 or above)
Low latency (35~70ms)
Low startup time (~1 second to display the first image)
Scrcpy is included with the Windows release of adbLink 4.5. No installation is required.
Scrcpy is available for macOS via Homebrew. First install Homebrew,
then install scrcpy using terminal command: brew install scrcpy
On Debian (testing and sid for now) and Ubuntu/Mint (20.04):
From the terminal issue the command: sudo apt install scrcpy
For previous Linux releases a snap package is available. From a terminal
issue the command: sudo snap install scrcpy
Connect to your Android device then press the ScrCpy button.
Within seconds the device screen will appear on your
computer, controllable by mouse or remote. Do note that scrcpy does
not mirror video or sound playing on your device to your computer. It's
still very useful for issuing commands, changing settings, etc.