Web client for Genymobile/scrcpy and more.
Browser must support the following technologies:
- Media Source Extensions and h264 decoding;
- Node.js v10+
- node-gyp (installation)
adb executable must be available in the PATH environment variable
Build and Start
Make sure you have installed node.js,
git clone https://github.com/NetrisTV/ws-scrcpy.git
## For stable version find latest tag and switch to it:
# git tag -l
# git checkout vX.Y.Z
The modified version of Genymobile/scrcpy used to stream
H264-video, which then decoded by one of included decoders:
- Touch events (including multi-touch)
- Multi-touch emulation: CTRL to start with center at the center of
the screen, SHIFT + CTRL to start with center at the
- Capturing keyboard events
- Injecting text (ASCII only)
- Copy to/from device clipboard
- Device "rotation"
Drag & drop an APK file to push it to the
/data/local/tmp directory. You can
install it manually from the included xtermjs/xterm.js terminal
emulator (see below).
Control your device from
adb shell in your browser.
- The server on the Android Emulator listens on the internal interface and not
available from the outside. Select
proxy over adb from the list of interfaces.
- TinyH264Player may fail to start, try to reload the page.
- MsePlayer reports too many dropped frames in quality statistics: needs
Be advised and keep in mind:
- There is no encryption between browser and node.js server (plain HTTP).
- There is no encryption between browser and WebSocket server (plain WS).
- There is no authorization on any level.
- The modified version of scrcpy with integrated WebSocket server is listening
for connections on all network interfaces.
- The modified version of scrcpy will keep running after the last client
This project also contains front-end for
NetrisTV/ws-qvh - application for screen
streaming and control of iOS devices in a browser.
Run this to build it:
npm run dist:qvhack:frontend
scrcpy websocket fork
Currently, support of WebSocket protocol added to v1.17 of scrcpy