Samsung SideSync

Samsung SideSync 4.5

SideSync provides a solution to connect your PC and mobile device
3.8  (466 votes)
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SideSync provides a solution to connect your PC and mobile device. Using SideSync, you can conveniently share the screen and data between your PC and mobile device. Also, you can receive alarms of your phone through PC and use various features of your phone on the computer, and many more.

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Edward Kenny

Edward Kenny I have been using sing SideSync for about a year now. I use it with the Samsung S7. The version a year ago worked fine with USB but was worthless wireless because it rarely held a connection more than a few seconds.

The current version I am using is I was surprised to see that it holds the wireless connection much better. It may occasionally drop the connection but that is much less often now. I can even play a game wireless from the PC for long periods of time.

For example I can run the game Angry Birds 2 on the phone from my PC. It appears on my PCs 23-inch monitor. I use my mouse instead of the phones touchscreen. I enable SideSync's presentation mode so that the display is on both on the PC and phone. This is useful because the mouse can't do everything I need to do on the phone. Occasionally I have to reach over and do some things on the phone touchscreen itself.

SideSync has an option to transfer files to the PC but I find the interface very annoying and cumbersome. I find it much easier to connect the phone to the PC with USB and treat it as a PC drive. That way I can drag and drop files directly using Windows Explorer.

Note the SideSync PC app updated itself to version even though the Samsung website download is for version

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bica It's good.

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Mohd.afzal It's good.

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