TeamViewer QuickSupport

TeamViewer QuickSupport


Get support for your mobile device from any Windows or Mac computer! You can now receive technical remote support for your mobile devices. Technicians have the ability to chat, transfer files back and forth, view device information, stop processes, push and pull Wi-Fi settings, and much more.

It is even possible for your device (Samsung, Sony, Asus (for business customers), Lenovo, HTC, LG, ZTE, Huawei, Alcatel One Touch / TCL and more) to be remotely controlled, allowing the technician to access your device as if it were in their own hands.

Features:
• Chat
• View device information
• Remote Control
• File transfer
• App list (Uninstall apps)
• Process list (Stop processes)
• Push and pull Wi-Fi settings
• View system diagnostic information
• Real-time screenshot of the device
• Store confidential information into the device clipboard
• Secured connection with 256 Bit AES Session Encoding

It has never been easier to troubleshoot devices!

Quick Guide:
1. Download and launch the app.
2. The other side, (e.g. the support technician), needs to install and start the TeamViewer full version on his/her computer (download at www.teamviewer.com).
3. Pass your ID on to your trusted technician, who is using the TeamViewer full version.

Recent changes:
• Various fixes and improvements
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1,000,000+
Concerns
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File size
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About TeamViewer QuickSupport
Get support for your mobile device from any Windows or Mac computer! You can now receive technical remote support for your mobile devices. Technicians have the ability to chat, transfer files back and forth, view device information, stop processes, push and pull Wi-Fi settings, and much more.

It is even possible for your device (Samsung, Sony, Asus (for business customers), Lenovo, HTC, LG, ZTE, Huawei, Alcatel One Touch / TCL and more) to be remotely controlled, allowing the technician to access your device as if it were in their own hands.

Features:
• Chat
• View device information
• Remote Control
• File transfer
• App list (Uninstall apps)
• Process list (Stop processes)
• Push and pull Wi-Fi settings
• View system diagnostic information
• Real-time screenshot of the device
• Store confidential information into the device clipboard
• Secured connection with 256 Bit AES Session Encoding

It has never been easier to troubleshoot devices!

Quick Guide:
1. Download and launch the app.
2. The other side, (e.g. the support technician), needs to install and start the TeamViewer full version on his/her computer (download at www.teamviewer.com).
3. Pass your ID on to your trusted technician, who is using the TeamViewer full version.

Recent changes:
• Various fixes and improvements

User reviews of TeamViewer QuickSupport
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Nov 18, 2014
Confused Desktop version best good work but I have xolo Q1000 connection successfully but remote session not work I have sent email to support team I hope they are fix my issue as soon as possible
A Google User
Nov 18, 2014
Remote control fails I am able to make a "successful" connection between my PC and my Nexus 7 (2013 WiFi) and see my device's status... but I am not able to use the remote control feature. The app on my tablet asks if I want to give control access to my PC - I say Yes. My PC receives the message that "Your partner has rejected your connected" and I cannot proceed. Obviously, I did not reject the connection, so something is going wrong with the app. I am using a Nexus 7 (2013 WiFi) and running stock Android 5.0
A Google User
Nov 18, 2014
Good Loved it
A Google User
Nov 17, 2014
No remote control with Android 5! It should now be easier to include remote control for Android 5.0 even without root thanks to new APIs. Please update Quick Support to use these new methods, or at least get the root method to work again! This app is the only reason I root anymore.
A Google User
Nov 17, 2014
Ok