How to use Android Device as Bluetooth Mouse or Keyboard

It is possible to use an Android device such as a mouse or keyboard via Bluetooth without having to install absolutely anything on the receiving device. This is something we can do on Windows, Linux, MacChromebook or Smart TV. Therefore, it ends up being extremely useful on a large number of occasions.

How to use Android device as Bluetooth mouse or keyboard

The first thing we should do is download the serverless Bluetooth keyboard and mouse application for PCs and phones from the same Play Store to our mobile device.

Once we have downloaded and installed the application, we proceed to open it and it will ask us to allow our device to be visible to others via Bluetooth for about 300 seconds. Here we will have to click on “Allow” to start the process.


Next, we will have to select the icon with the three horizontal lines that is in the upper left corner of the screen to open the drop-down menu.

We will have to choose “Bluetooth Devices” from the menu.

Now we are going to have to click on the button that appears in the lower right corner of the screen that says “Add device”.

We go to the computer and we are going to have to activate Bluetooth in pairing mode. For this we will have to open Windows Settings , right click on the “Start” menu and choose “Settings” then go to Devices> Bluetooth and other devices.

We return to the Android application and we can appreciate that we will have the new device available. We will have to click on it to continue.

The pairing code will appear and it has to be the same on both devices, we confirm and accept on both devices.

Once both devices are connected correctly, what we will have to do is click on “Use this device” in the Android application.

Next, we are going to see a kind of trackpad. We will simply have to drag our finger across the screen to move the mouse on the receiving device , in this case the computer.

If we want to enter text, we will simply have to click on the icon in the form of a keyboard that is in the upper right corner of the screen. A keyboard will open that we can use to type.

Now you know how to use Android device as Bluetooth mouse or keyboard and basically, that would be it. In this simple way, we can configure an Android device to use as a keyboard or mouse on any other, even on a TV or iPad.

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