How to control your Android phone with kali linux

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How to control your Android phone with kali linux

Smartphones are an essential part of modern life. To some people, the phone is even more important than a standard computer. A lot of people sit at computers all day, but they still have to check their phone for certain things. A new tool called “scrcpy” allows you to display your phone screen on your computer with just a USB connection and ADB. No root required. ADB service

The developer says scrcpy works on Windows, Mac, and Linux. It works by executing a server on the device. scrcpy communicates with the server via a socket over an adb tunnel. Your screen is streamed as an h.264 video, which is then decoded and displayed by scrcpy. Keyboard and mouse input is sent to the server and pushed to the device. scrcpy focuses on lightness, high-performance, high-quality, low latency, fast start-up, and non-intrusive. Here’s how to get it set up. How to control your Android phone with kali linux

This application provides display and control of Android devices connected on USB (or over TCP/IP). It does not require any root access. It works on GNU/Linux, Windows and macOS.

It focuses on:

    lightness (native, displays only the device screen)
    performance (30~60fps)
    quality (1920×1080 or above)
    low latency (35~70ms)
    low startup time (~1 second to display the first image)
    non-intrusiveness (nothing is left installed on the device)


  • The Android device requires at least API 21 (Android 5.0).
  • Make sure you enabled adb debugging on your device(s).
  • On some devices, you also need to enable an additional option to control it using keyboard and mouse.

ADB Mode

The Android Debug Bridge (ADB) is a client-server program used in Android application development. The Android Debug-Bridge is part of the Android SDK and is made up of three components: a client, a daemon, and a server. It is used to manage either an emulator instance or an actual Android device.

How To use ?

apt-get install scrcpy ( in linux )

sudo git clone

cd scrcpy

Connect your smartphone to a computer or laptop.

Set up ADB access on your smartphone, go to setting and search developer option or adb after than enable adb option

After this, open your terminal and if there is already a server in your system then close it and after than start server.

adb kill-server

adb devices

and then type in your terminal & press enter


For example, to start scrcpy with a borderless window (with no window decorations), launch it like this:

scrcpy --window-borderless


For Windows, for simplicity, a prebuilt archive with all the dependencies (including adb) is available:
    (SHA-256: 806aafc00d4db01513193addaa24f47858893ba5efe75770bfef6ae1ea987d27)

It is also available in Chocolatey:

choco install scrcpy
choco install adb    # if you don't have it yet

And in Scoop:

scoop install scrcpy
scoop install adb    # if you don't have it yet

You can also build the app manually.


The application is available in Homebrew. Just install it:

brew install scrcpy

You need adb, accessible from your PATH. If you don't have it yet:

brew cask install android-platform-tools

You can also build the app manually.

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