If you are trying to figure out a way for mirroring (or screening) your android device in a computer with MacOS, then this post was made just for you. I will be sharing my practical experience in mirroring my OnePlus X android device in a MacBook Pro computer. Obviously it is easy to mirror your iOS or an Apple device in MacOS with Quick Time Player, but to do the same for android or any other device, you may have to depend on some thirdparty tools. I have used the Vysor thirdparty application to mirror my android device. Vysor is free with some limitations where its Pro version is having much valuable features.

1. First of all download Vysor from the url https://www.vysor.io
Click the Download button
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Select Mac to download the Mac version
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Download will take few minutes depend on your network capacity
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2. Install the downloaded application
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3. Run the tool through the application launcher (⌘+space)
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Click the Open button to allow the application launch
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4. You would see the following window after launching Vysor without connecting a device
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5. Connect your android device using a USB cable and enable the USB Debugging
Navigate to About phone under Settings
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Tab the Build number seven times to enable Developer options
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Navigate to Developer options and turn it on
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Turn on the USB Debugging under Developer options
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6. Now you should see a serial code of your device under Vysor
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7. Click the VIEW button in above window

8. Vysor will install an APK on your device to sync with your local computer
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9. Allow the APK installation on your device
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10. Vysor continues its APK installation on your device
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11. You should see your mobile screen on your MacBook once the APK installation completes. If you didn’t see the screen then relaunch Vysor in your MacOS
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12. Now you can control your mobile device from your local computer. Keep in mind, the mirroring quality will be bit lower in Vysor free version since they have enabled a high resolution display for Vysor Pro version
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