Wherever you are in the world, you can remotely access and control your computer with AnyDesk. And when we say anywhere, we mean it!
You just got out of the office and are hoping for a quiet night, so you left your laptop at work. You’re already on the train when you get a message from your coworker who needs his help and asks you to connect to his computer with AnyDesk. Now??!!
Start Screen Sharing via Android
Once you open the AnyDesk app for Android, you will see a number titled «Your Address» on the home screen. Give this number to the person you want to share your screen with and tell them to enter it into AnyDesk. The field is named «Remote Desktop» or «Remote Address», depending on the application.
With your first session request, you’ll also receive a security message, urging you not to grant access to anyone you don’t know. Make sure you trust the person who contacts you and agrees to the request. Now you can start your presentation and everything you do on your phone will be visible to your guest.
AnyDesk Error Messages
Users often complain about the following problems:
Waiting for the image.
This desktop is not available. Make sure AnyDesk is running on the remote computer and is connected to the Internet.
AnyDesk is not connected to the server. Please check your internet connection.
How to right-click AnyDesk on a mobile device
When using AnyDesk, your mobile device’s screen will become a trackpad and act as your remote mouse. This is usually set by default for Android and iOS devices. To right-click, you’ll need to make sure you’re in «Touchpad Mode.» Follow these steps:
From your mobile device, launch AnyDesk.
Touch the logo on the right to access the circular menu.
Touch the first option in the menu (the wrench icon) to access «Session Settings».
Select the “Input” option.
Scroll down a bit to the «Touch Mode» section.
Make sure the «Touchpad Mode» checkbox is checked.
How to download and configure AnyDesk
The basis for the operation of AnyDesk is the DeskRT codec. This, developed by the company itself, is capable of compressing and transferring the image of a device «without any problem, even with a bandwidth of only 100 kb per second.» It does not require any kind of strange configuration on the part of the user, to the point that no program should be installed on the computer. It is an executable that you will launch only and exclusively when you want to use it.
For those who care about security. AnyDesk uses TLS 1.2 and RSA 2048 encryption to verify user identity
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