MichaelParticipant2020-05-13 23:47 #27
Hello, I’m trying to cast my phone using google home but I can’t find the feature in my desktop app. Any help?
ReParticipant2020-06-06 12:11 #28
Hello. I just want to ask if how i can stream my IOS Audio to PC? I did everything but it’s not working.
Sunny Alex (author) :
Please check the following things:
1. Check if the mute switch in the upper left corner of your iPhone is turned on.
2. Check if the sound is enabled in AssistiveTouch.
3. Please unplug your earphones when mirroring.
4. Check the speakers on your computer.
- 2020-06-10 03:54 Reply
- Sunny Alex (author) :
zawnaing070Participant2020-06-18 05:59 #29
i cannot use with audio and mirror screan on laptop i
s too slow. i cannot stream it clearly . please fix it.
ypogi25Participant2020-06-19 08:36 #30
Hi! how do you mirror samsung galaxy s20 to PC using apowermirror with sound coming out from the pc.
it works but the sound is still coming out from my phone. whats the possible solution?
jeffdan.barrientosParticipant2020-06-21 13:15 #31
My Audio phone to pc is not working. Screenshot works perfectly well, however the video recording is not functioning. it does recording but no video upon playing the file formats that are in the choices given.
can you please help me with this?
JamilParticipant2020-06-27 06:34 #32
I just bought a lifetime package because of the mirror audio and guess what? It doesn’t work.And everytime i use this my laptop own audio stop working too. Please guide me on what to do.Thanks and take care.
Bien BernabeParticipant2020-06-27 14:19 #33
hello.. i pay for 1 year package on apowermirror but i cant get any in game sound on my stream im using ROG phone 2 plz help me
mhervin_santosParticipant2020-07-06 21:01 #34
I have been reading this concerns and nothing has been updated. and it seems all answers are all the same sentences. Seems we are talking to a robot. You should fix your ads saying it’s not compatible with android. You are scamming many people by not saying what os aren’t compatible. what am I going to do with this NO AUDIO
billstoupeParticipant2020-08-07 07:24 #35
When I try to stream Amazon movie from my android to my windows 10 pc I just get a black screen. What’s up?
elijah.ryckxParticipant2020-08-26 02:15 #36
Hello so i have a isseu whit the audio i cannot get the audio on my pc whit cable or wifi doesnt work at all i buyed lifetime vip but the audio isnt working help me im using a windows 10 laptop and a windows 10 desktop
arjunvinay0Participant2020-08-30 12:55 #37
Slow motion screen is coming I have connected through usb option
simoes.cedricParticipant2020-10-26 10:50 #38
I use apowermirror to stream a mobile project to my teamwork parteners on a Pc screen.
(mobile : one plus 7 pro)
It’s an music App, so I need to stream the sound of the mobile too.
But with the options that are in the app, if I activate the sound, it works but the quality of sound is poor, and the microphone is activated too ! so when I move the mobile, tap on the screen or when I talk, it’s make awful sounds, and worst it can start to make a reverberation (hiiiiiiiiiiii sounds)…
I would like to mirror the sound, but without activating the microphone.
If anyone can help me ?
Ole UrgastParticipant2020-12-12 04:03 #39
Android simply does not allow audio-out to be rerouted to other apps. So without root and some deep changes in the system no way for an app to grab the sound output.
This is the reason apowermirror only can use the microphone to record what the smartphone plays – of course with low quality and recording all disturbing noise.
But: With the Windows 10 May 2020 upgrade the bluetooth audio sink is back (last available in windows 7). Simply install the “Bluetooth audio reciever” from Microsoft store, pair the smartphone with your PC /if it has no bluetooth: a $2 Bluetooth USB stick will do), start Bluetooth audio reciever, press connect, connect smartphones bluetoot – and the pc acts like a “bluetooth speaker”.
Apowermirror can record sound and video this way. There might be a very smal delay in sync (for me it was ok enough), but you might correct this in VLC when playing the recorded video (or use a video editor to permernently correct it). But delay is only some ms.
Of course as I only found this solution some minutes ago, I only have the free version at the moment (but that will change now), so I only tested 3 minutes of video recording.
An alternative should be using a cable from headset-out to line in and reroute the line in to output (tricky, have done that 2 years ago with another setup). But the bluetooth solution seems the simpliest and best way to me.
Of course, if you want your recording not to be disturbed you should disable notifications from all other apps and close all other programs on your pc while recording 😉