How to Transform Your Android Smartphone into Desktop

How to Transform Your Android Smartphone into Desktop
Transform Your Android Smartphone

How to Transform Your Android Smartphone into Desktop

Transform Your Android Smartphone: Smartphones have become powerful, there is pretty much nothing they can do, it’s been said much time that smartphones are essential computer which we carry in our pockets, actually, there is a debate that says smartphones have replaced typical desktop setup, partly I agree on that too, the reason being the less complex interface, compact size, powerhouse. But, when it comes to multimedia and some of the office work I prefer desktop over the smartphone, with this debate never-ending a project called Andromium has entered the market.

Transform Your Android Smartphone
Transform Your Android Smartphone

What is Project Andromium?

The project which can and will turn your smartphone into computer/desktop, it’s both software and hardware. Wondering how would that work? Before explaining let me actually give the requirements, external TV/desktop/monitor, and a 35$ dock extension, an android app that connects. The best thing about Andromium is that you can carry it around provided that you have a monitor or TV.

So how does the software work?

Once you have a dock that costs 35$, just head to play store and download the Andromium app, which is free of costs (for now). The app lets you connect the smartphone and desktop, to say in simple it acts as an interface. The app is still in beta version so you might experience bugs/sudden crashes (bear with that), but the company is updating the app on a regular basis so you are covered there. The app which packs the Andromium O.S has a simple interface and clean U.I, so don’t expect the O.S to be fancy this is no windows 8.1 or windows 10, it’s a well build clean O.S.

Andromium dock has a USB port layered at the bottom, which sits under your smartphone and as a HDMI port, which connects the desktop to display the output. There are three USB 2.0 ports, which can act as USB hub or OTG slitter; it’s just plugged and play type mechanism which doesn’t require any sort of rooting, flashing kernels etc. The Dock is connected to a power source all the time, which also charges your device.

Team Andromium

This simple dock structured tool helps you connect or turn your android phone into a fully functional operating system, any wired or wireless device can be connected and accessed. Team Andromium designed to run programs like document reader, internet browsing, and any other functions, which a general operating system would do, along with this Andromium O.S can run light games like GTA, Crisis 3 with low graphic settings and many other games, which can be played on your smartphone device. Finally, the best part is Andromium supports all most all the smartphones, which were released in recent years.

Concluding: Andromium did not pay me to write this article, but I found it useful and thoughtful for the people who want more out of their smartphone, just head to the Andromium website and register for the dock and get most out of your smartphone.

11 thoughts on “How to Transform Your Android Smartphone into Desktop

  1. Hey

    Thank you So Much for such an informative post. I didn’t had any idea about it. Keep Writing and Inspiring.

  2. I am not too tech savvy but this sounds interesting. Only issue with me is that I find the screen size and keyboards of smart phones too small. I think older people are probably more comfortable with desk tops for that reason. bad vision and not comfy with small size key boards

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