Recently many Vivo users have encountered the crash problems when they try to mirror their Vivo phones, through some tests we found reasons lie in some inner configurations. Here we focus on the two connection situations(via USB or WiFi) to provide practical solutions for your reference：
Once the mobile phone is connected to PC via USB, a USB mode-choosing icon will pop up, then hit the “Charge Only” button.
On your phone open the “Settings”, then go to “More settings”>“Permissions management”>“Floating window management”>“ApowerMirror”, then enable the floating window of ApowerMirror.
Head for “Settings”>“Apps and notifications”>“App management”>“Special access permission”> “Ignore battery optimization”.
Notice: During gameplay process Vivo users may find the WiFi signal is limited or disabled, that’s why the sluggish performance or not very legible screen graphics may plague you. Given the above reason the USB connection is more recommend.
I’m on OPPO A7, which has similiar USB debugging stuff as the Vivos.
By connecting via USB, tapping on “Charging Only” disables the USB debugging and causes the connection to be loss. And from the disabling of USB Debugging, means that you can’t connect to the device, unless you go and enable it again from the options.
Is there another way around this? Maybe how do you use “Charging Only” mode with USB Debugging on.
Also, the USB Debugging options keeps popping up after few minutes of connection. Note that it doesn’t actually disconnects the device, but it is still rather annoying because if it pops up and you accidentally hit a debugging mode, the connection get loss.
Please help. I’m struggling with all of these problems for 2 months now and for the life of me I can’t fix it.