Take Control (TakeControl)ROOT

Take Control (TakeControl)ROOT


Note: For some reason TC doesn't work well with some Samsung phones/tablets. Please Try Lite (free) version first.

Important node: TC requires your phone or tablet to be ROOTED (with Superuser/SuperSU and BussyBox installed)!

TakeControl lets you control your Android phone with Windows keyboard and mouse. Just move the cursor to the edge of the screen, and it will “cross” to your phone allowing you to control it. Typing or playing games on your phone or tablet has never been easier. And if you are worried about foreign letters, don’t be, because TakeControl supports 164 different keyboard localizations to suit all your needs. Clipboard is shared; multiple devices are supported and auto-connect feature lets you relax knowing that your phone is always within the reach of your keyboard and mouse.
All this makes TakeControl unique application on the market. There is no need for browser or VNC client. All you need is keyboard and a mouse.

To get started:
1. Go to droidcontrol.com and download and start TakeControl.exe
2. Start TakeControl on your phone, type in IP address of Windows PC and press Connect. Superuser should pop out which should be allowed.
3. That is it - you have TakeControl.

Hope, you’ll enjoy TakeControl!
For more information, please visit droidcontrol.com

Take Control

Recent changes:
Version 1.3 released:
* Finally fixed "random crashing" bug - hurray!!!
* Implemented "Calibrate" button to fool all those (unofficial) ROMs that just won't click where you point
* I think that is it for now.
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$2.74
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3.5
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29
Installs
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File size
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About Take Control (TakeControl)ROOT
Note: For some reason TC doesn't work well with some Samsung phones/tablets. Please Try Lite (free) version first.

Important node: TC requires your phone or tablet to be ROOTED (with Superuser/SuperSU and BussyBox installed)!

TakeControl lets you control your Android phone with Windows keyboard and mouse. Just move the cursor to the edge of the screen, and it will “cross” to your phone allowing you to control it. Typing or playing games on your phone or tablet has never been easier. And if you are worried about foreign letters, don’t be, because TakeControl supports 164 different keyboard localizations to suit all your needs. Clipboard is shared; multiple devices are supported and auto-connect feature lets you relax knowing that your phone is always within the reach of your keyboard and mouse.
All this makes TakeControl unique application on the market. There is no need for browser or VNC client. All you need is keyboard and a mouse.

To get started:
1. Go to droidcontrol.com and download and start TakeControl.exe
2. Start TakeControl on your phone, type in IP address of Windows PC and press Connect. Superuser should pop out which should be allowed.
3. That is it - you have TakeControl.

Hope, you’ll enjoy TakeControl!
For more information, please visit droidcontrol.com

Take Control

Recent changes:
Version 1.3 released:
* Finally fixed "random crashing" bug - hurray!!!
* Implemented "Calibrate" button to fool all those (unofficial) ROMs that just won't click where you point
* I think that is it for now.

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A Google User
May 27, 2014
1. Very Best "inbound PC kbd" connectivity for Android to my knowledge, although Not having a_*fully locked-in* mouse pointer }} may feel kind of unstable at both the Android and Windows side of the border. //----//_2._Admittedly it's been quite disappointing to_observe TakeControl's Android Mouse ptr ~disappearing~ at any Southward attempt for reaching into the Android *softkey area* at_bottom of scrn. //----// 3._Even worse perhaps, TakeControl's mouse is unable to click effectively or successfully in the lower 40% of Android's X4701grey screen, meaning that TakeControl e.g. cannot by_mouseClick reposition a_text editor's text cursor into the lower part of the device screen, nor can TakeControl's mouse activate e.g. a_button or_hyperlink from there. //----// 4. As a miraculous replacement we can concurrently connect a_BT (or_USB.OTG) mouse to_Android, which then spectacularly results in *two* independent, simultaneously active, and even differently shaped - thus easily recognizable - mouse pointers ! //----// (X4701grey [Portrait], External Keyboard Helper }} keyboard layout : Belgian [std !].)
A Google User
May 5, 2014
Good "inbound PC kbd" connectivity for Android. However, not having a_*fully locked-in* mouse pointer on Android feels kind of unstable. Also the TakeControl mouse ptr is_unable to reach into the softkey area at_bottom of scrn. Moreover Jota+ toolbar button clicks fail. But_we can still add a BT (or USB.OTG) mouse on_Android, which then spectacularly results in *two* independent, simultaneous, differently shaped - easily recognizable - pointers ! (X4701)
A Google User
Apr 21, 2014
Exactly what I had been looking for! A simple app that would enable me to control my TF701 Tablet, while I'm on my Windows 7 PC. I can easily switch between the two devices at anytime... without any delay at all! And the best part... There's absolutely NO lag! Lastly, it runs perfectly smooth, so the tablet has 0 loss in performance. The mouse cursor basically acts as a finger on the tablet, allowing you to do anything you'd normally do, even play next gen games (casual games as well, of course).
A Google User
Nov 18, 2013
Lg experto Una apps con inteligencia de uso gracias me sirve como para estar enfocado en eso thanks lovet
A Google User
Oct 19, 2013
Sick app! I was not really expecting to find anything that did this when I started Googling for "Input Director for Android", and was VERY pleasantly surprised when I found this app, kinda made my day. I'm running a Lenovo X60 tablet with Android x86, and had this up and running in under 5 minutes. Only negative comment I have is that when trying to use a position other than "Bottom" it doesn't transition over. If I had to guess, I'd say it has to do with my desktop having two monitors, and/or the resolution of those monitors being fairly non-standard (I've got a 28" primary, with a 22" turned sideways on the right, and trying to run my Lenovo to the right of that. Would really like to see the position issue fixed, but thrilled this app even exists!