Remote Control Your Samsung Galaxy S3 from PC With TeamViewer QuickSupport

Posted on Aug 23 2012 - 8:00pm by rickychew

It was a time where I use Bluestack to experience Android operating system running on my Windows-based PC. But it just does not satisfy my demand on the performance and graphic since it look quite different from what we see in Android devices. But then, there is one software which enable a remote control of your Android device from Windows-based PC and yet give you better experience with high quality of display. TeamViewer QuickSupport is now offering the remote control feature for Android smartphones to conveniently enter data via your computer. The concept is exactly the same with the remote control of other PC using TeamViewer.



How it Works:

1. Make sure both of you and your counterpart have downloaded and installed TeamViewer QuickSupport. Get it here-Samsung Apps / Google Play 

2. Your counterpart will launch TeamViewer QuickSupport on his/her Android devices

3. Request Teamviewer ID from him/her as shown below:


4. Once received the ID, enter into your TeamViewer and connect as usual. Wait awhile for confirmation, then you can start to control the device.



TeamViewer QuickSupport enable you to take control of your Samsung Galaxy S3 from a long distance. You can simply write/reply a message to your girlfriend without leaving your PC or while playing game. Or else, you can also utilize this software to help fixing your friends’ Android phone without paying him a visit.

According to TeamViewer, TeamViewer QuickSupport is immediately available for download to Samsung users in Google Play andSamsung Apps. The app supports Samsung phones and tablets with original firmware and Android operating system starting from version 2.3.

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  1. bleeyw August 23, 2012 at 9:37 pm - Reply

    Hmmm… very interesting
    I’ll try this out soon… Thks

    • RickyChew August 23, 2012 at 10:01 pm - Reply

      I haven’t try it myself, but it does look impressive to me.

  2. bleeyw August 24, 2012 at 11:34 am - Reply

    OK.. tested it out..
    Pretty cool… you can get your entire phone screen displayed on your LCD desktop or laptop… devices will get connected via wifi(recommended) or 3G.
    Both screens will respond correspondently to each other.
    You can access to any screens on your phone from your Desktop/Laptop… even sending SMS…(however Cut,copy & paste will not work – thats unfortunate – I’ve to fall back to MightyText for that ), Whatsapp etc… I have not tried gaming.. probably will be slaggy.

    Should serve pretty well when one is charging the phone.

    • RickyChew August 25, 2012 at 10:24 pm - Reply

      Your last point is what I meant, :)

  3. mrvaio March 26, 2013 at 11:44 pm - Reply

    seem it’s quite interesting, i think this app only helpful for someone who forget their phone at home :) remote with teamviewer is quite lag.

  4. Sérgio Santos March 27, 2013 at 7:19 am - Reply

    Thanks for the tutorial.

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