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MirrorGo

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Manage your Android right from your PC

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MirrorGo is a very useful tool for Windows that lets you manage your Android straight from your PC or laptop. This program is very handy for using all your mobile's tools or games.

The first thing you need to do is to connect Android and Windows via a USB cable and follow the instructions given on the screen. Once both devices are synced, you'll see your smartphone on the screen and will have all its content available. You won't have to touch your device again, since you'll be controlling it with the mouse and keyboard, with no limitations whatsoever while moving freely through all the areas on your device.

This tool is different from Android emulators in two ways: the first being that you can access all of your memory, both internal and external, and all the other functions by simply connecting the cable. Navigate your folders with just a single click of the mouse. The other difference with MirrorGo is that it's much more stable than other tools that emulate operating systems as it projects the app's image on Windows, avoiding the errors this kind of tool typically has.

On the other hand, this program lets you enjoy your Android device with full screen, HD, and screenshots, and you can even record everything that happens. This feature will help you create your own tutorials and videos to share with your contacts or on social networks. Enjoy all your device's features on a big screen with one simple, convenient tool.
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