A VNC Server for Android allows remotely accessing the device’s screen. In this post, I will show you how to run a VNC server on Android and access its screen remotely.

Let us clear one thing up front. We are not going to be discussing VNC clients for Android. We are going to be looking at the other side of Virtual Network Computing (VNC), which is running an actual VNC server on Android device.

Information on how to remotely access Android device’s homescreen or interface is sparse. Most of the information out there seem to look at the reverse scenario – accessing a remote server on Android device using VNC Client app.

See more: Setup VNC Server on Ubuntu: Complete Ubuntu Remote Desktop Guide

Setting up a VNC server for Android just as simple. In this post, I will show you how to setup an Android VNC server without root.


VNC stands for Virtual Network Computing. It is a way of sharing the graphical desktop of a system to a remote system. In addition to the graphical interface, input events (keyboard, mouse, etc.), audio, and clipboard can also be shared with the remote system.



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