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Hannspree Hannspad remote control software

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Does anyone know if you can remote control a Hannspad tablet (specifically HANNSpad 101 Hercules 10.1" Tablet - Android 5.1) from another Android device? I have got TeamViewer working, but in view mo… Read More
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2w, 3d agoPosted 2 weeks, 3 days ago
Does anyone know if you can remote control a Hannspad tablet (specifically HANNSpad 101 Hercules 10.1" Tablet - Android 5.1) from another Android device? I have got TeamViewer working, but in view mode only. It doesn't seem to be supported as a 'full remote control' option.

Are there any other options where I can, for example, install a client on the tablet and another on my Android phone, and control the tablet from the phone. I don't seem to be able to root the tablet, as it's not very well known, so there are no guides on it. If anyone has advice on that, that would be great too.

Thanks in advance, Android experts.
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2w, 3d agoPosted 2 weeks, 3 days ago
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https://techviral.net/remotely-control-android/

I think from memory they are quite easy to root. Try and see if you have this option.

-> Settings -> About the phone
Press and hold Build Number 7x to enter developer mode.
Back to Settings -> Developer Options
Here is the point OEM Unlocking: Allow Bootloader Unlock -> Set ON
Also allow the installation of foreign sources.
Google "KingoRoot" download apk and install. Kingo Root
Run Kingoroot app and phone should then report once the program has ran that is is rooted.

Otherwise try posting on XDA forums.


Edited By: cecilmcroberts on Jul 06, 2017 22:17: adding root

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https://techviral.net/remotely-control-android/

I think from memory they are quite easy to root. Try and see if you have this option.

-> Settings -> About the phone
Press and hold Build Number 7x to enter developer mode.
Back to Settings -> Developer Options
Here is the point OEM Unlocking: Allow Bootloader Unlock -> Set ON
Also allow the installation of foreign sources.
Google "KingoRoot" download apk and install. Kingo Root
Run Kingoroot app and phone should then report once the program has ran that is is rooted.

Otherwise try posting on XDA forums.


Edited By: cecilmcroberts on Jul 06, 2017 22:17: adding root
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cecilmcroberts
https://techviral.net/remotely-control-android/
I think from memory they are quite easy to root. Try and see if you have this option.
-> Settings -> About the phone
Press and hold Build Number 7x to enter developer mode.
Back to Settings -> Developer Options
Here is the point OEM Unlocking: Allow Bootloader Unlock -> Set ON
Also allow the installation of foreign sources.
Google "KingoRoot" download apk and install. Kingo Root
Run Kingoroot app and phone should then report once the program has ran that is is rooted.
Otherwise try posting on XDA forums.

Thank you - I'll try this.
#3
cecilmcroberts
https://techviral.net/remotely-control-android/
I think from memory they are quite easy to root. Try and see if you have this option.
-> Settings -> About the phone
Press and hold Build Number 7x to enter developer mode.
Back to Settings -> Developer Options
Here is the point OEM Unlocking: Allow Bootloader Unlock -> Set ON
Also allow the installation of foreign sources.
Google "KingoRoot" download apk and install. Kingo Root
Run Kingoroot app and phone should then report once the program has ran that is is rooted.
Otherwise try posting on XDA forums.

Hi,

Thanks so much for that, it worked a treat, and that Kingoroot seems good too.

Thanks for your help - have an amazing day, your help is genuinely appreciated!
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rob5110
cecilmcroberts
https://techviral.net/remotely-control-android/
I think from memory they are quite easy to root. Try and see if you have this option.
-> Settings -> About the phone
Press and hold Build Number 7x to enter developer mode.
Back to Settings -> Developer Options
Here is the point OEM Unlocking: Allow Bootloader Unlock -> Set ON
Also allow the installation of foreign sources.
Google "KingoRoot" download apk and install. Kingo Root
Run Kingoroot app and phone should then report once the program has ran that is is rooted.
Otherwise try posting on XDA forums.
Hi,
Thanks so much for that, it worked a treat, and that Kingoroot seems good too.
Thanks for your help - have an amazing day, your help is genuinely appreciated!

You're welcome glad to be of help and many thanks for the nice update.

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