LG’s VPInput will let you easily connect your LG smartphone to your PC


Being able to pair our smartphones and computers wirelessly has been a pain for quite some time. There have been solutions such as PushBullet that allow for files to be transferred without the need for cables. Obviously, there are other ways to send files from your phone to your computer with Google Drive, but that doesn’t solve all the problems.

LG has introduced a new solution for owners of the LG G4, LG G5 and LG V10 named LG VPInput. This new application allows users to connect their smartphones with their PC’s via Bluetooth then remotely control the device using the mouse on your PC. Additionally, and more importantly, users will be able to send clipboard text between the PC and smartphone.

LG VPInput Screenshot

LG VPInput Features: 

  • Remotely control your Android Smartphone with the mouse on your PC
  • Remotely Input text on your Android Smartphone with the keyboard on your PC
  • Share the Clipboard text between your Android Smartphone and your PC (ex. CTRL+C, CTRL+V)
  • Send an immediately captured screen image of your Android Smartphone
  • Designate a shortcut of your Android Smartphone application on your PC (ex. Press F1, execute Call application)

In order to take advantage of LG VPInput, you must download the app from the Play Store, as well as the accompanying PC program. Once the app is installed on your smartphone, you will be asked to navigate to a specific webpage to download the software on your computer.

LG VPInput is available today on the Play Store and is free for any owners of the LG G4, LG G5 or LG V10.

Download on Google Play: LG VPInput

[via LG Newsroom]


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