Control your computer from Android smartphone

Turn your smartphone or tablet into a universal remote control for computer.
Control mouse, keyboard, slides, video players, games and more.

Mouse and Keyboard

Control mouse, keyboard and open several programs using the app

Remotes

Remotes for YouTube, Netflix,
PowerPoint, Google Chrome and more

Joysticks

Large collection of joysticks inspired by major video games

Voice to Text

Type on your computer using Android speech recognition

Power Options

Turn off, restart, lock or hibernate your computer with just one tap

Layout Editor

Create new remotes and joysticks 
or customize existing ones

Steps

Step by Step to use CRC Remote

1

Install the app on your smartphone

Download the CRC Remote app from Google Play and run it

2

Install the server on your computer

Download CRC Remote Server, install on your computer and run it

3

Register the server in the app

In the application, type the IP and port that appear on the server home screen

Download

Download the app and install the server on your Windows or Linux computer

Android

CRM Remote app, compatible with Android 5 and higher

Windows (Installer)

Installer compatible with Windows 7, 8, 8.1 and 10. (Recommended)

Windows (Portable)

Portable version for Windows 7, 8 and 10, just unzip and run it

Linux (Debian distros)

Installer for Ubuntu, Debian, Mint, MX Linux, Solus, etc.

Linux (RPM distros)

Installer for Fedora, Red Hat, OpenSUSE, etc.

Linux (Other distros)

Portable version for Linux, just unzip and run it

Frequently Asked Questions

Registering the server in the CRC Remote app is very easy, and you can choose between Wi-Fi or Bluetooth connection.

Register Wi-Fi server automatically
● Your Android device must be on the same network as your computer
● In the app open the side menu by touching the icon
● Choose Servers option
● Touch the icon + to add a server
● Choose Wi-Fi Automatically
● Wait while the application scans for computers on the network
● If the application doesn't find any computer, a message will appear, touch in More Info to know what should be done.

Register Wi-Fi server manually
● Your Android device must be on the same network as your computer
● In the app open the side menu by touching the icon
● Choose Servers option
● Touch the icon + to add a server
● Choose Wi-Fi Manually
● Enter Server Name, can be any name
● Enter the Server IP Address and port number, this information is displayed on the server home screen.

Register Wi-Fi server by scanning QR code
● Your Android device must be on the same network as your computer
● In the app open the side menu by touching the icon
● Choose Servers option
● Touch the icon + to add a server
● Choose Wi-Fi Scan QR Code
● Scan the QR code that appears on the server home screen.

Register Bluetooth server
● Your Android device must be paired with the computer
● In the app open the side menu by touching the icon
● Choose Servers option
● Touch the icon + to add a server
● Choose Bluetooth
● Choose your computer from the list of paired devices
● If you can't find your computer in the list, wait a few seconds and a message will appear, touch in More Info to know what should be done.

If you can't connect via Wi-Fi, do the following:
● Turn off the Wi-Fi router, wait 10 seconds, and turn it on again
● Turn off Wi-Fi on your Android device, wait a few seconds, then turn it on again
● Make sure your Android device and computer are on the same network
● Check if the server is registered in the application
● Close and reopen CRC Remote Server
● Try connecting the CRC Remote application to your computer

If you have checked the items above and the issue has not been resolved, it may be that the firewall or some security program installed on your computer is preventing the server from communicating over the network. In this case, you must add "CRC Remote Server.exe" to the list of trusted applications, or disable the firewall. The procedure is very simple, if you don't know how to setup whitelist of your firewall try Google it. If that doesn't work, try using the Bluetooth connection or if you prefer to fill out the contact form available on this page. We will reply as soon as possible.

If you can't connect via Bluetooth, make sure:
● CRC Remote Server is running on computer
● Bluetooth on Android device and computer are on
● Android device and computer are paired
● The server is registered in the application

If you use Windows and the above steps did not solve the connection problem, try using the Wi-Fi connection or if you prefer to fill out the contact form available on this page. We will reply as soon as possible.

If you use Linux and the above steps did not solve the connection problem, do the following:

1. Install bluez-libs package 3.7 or later on your computer
● If you use Ubuntu search Google how to install libbluetooth-dev
● If you use Ubuntu search Google how to install bluez-libs-devel
● If you use Ubuntu search Google how to install bluez-devel
● After installing the package, disable and enable Bluetooth on the computer
● Close and reopen CRC Remote Server
● Try connecting the CRC Remote application to your computer
● If it doesn't work try step 2

2. Create a symbolic link with the bluez library (Mode 1)
● Open the terminal and type the command:
ls /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/ | grep libbluetooth
● See the libbluetooth.so.X library version, instead of X should appear 2 or 3
● Enter the following command, replacing X with the library number:
sudo ln -s /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libbluetooth.so.X /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libbluetooth.so
● Disable and enable Bluetooth on the computer
● Close and reopen CRC Remote Server
● Try connecting the CRC Remote application to your computer
● If it doesn't work try step 3

3. Create a symbolic link with the bluez library (Mode 2)
● Open the terminal and type the command:
ls /usr/lib/ | grep libbluetooth
● See the libbluetooth.so.X library version, instead of X should appear 2 or 3
● Enter the following command, replacing X with the library number:
sudo ln -s /usr/lib/libbluetooth.so.X /usr/lib/libbluetooth.so
● Disable and enable Bluetooth on the computer
● Close and reopen CRC Remote Server
● Try connecting the CRC Remote application to your computer
● If it doesn't work try step 4

4. Set up the Bluetooth daemon:
● Open the terminal and type the command:
sudo nano /etc/systemd/system/bluetooth.target.wants/bluetooth.service
● Change line ExecStart=/usr/lib/bluetooth/bluetoothd
● To ExecStart=/usr/lib/bluetooth/bluetoothd -C
● Enter the command below:
sudo chmod 777 /var/run/sdp
● Restart the system daemons:
sudo systemctl daemon-reload
● Disable and enable Bluetooth on the computer
● Close and reopen CRC Remote Server
● Try connecting the CRC Remote application to your computer
● If it doesn't work try step 5

5. Connection test after PC restart
● Restart the computer
● Disable and enable Bluetooth on the computer
● Disable and enable Bluetooth on the Android device
● Run CRC Remote Server
● Try connecting the CRC Remote application to your computer
● If that doesn't work, try using the Wi-Fi connection or if you prefer to fill out the contact form available on this page. We will reply as soon as possible.

CRC Remote only communicates on your local network, to work it is necessary that the Android device is connected on the same network as your computer. For added security use a good router, firewall and create a password for your Wi-Fi network.

No. CRC Remote is designed to control computers running Windows or Linux operating systems.

CRC Remote Server is only compatible with 64-bit computers. If your computer is 32-bit, we recommend that you use Max Remote, our first remote control application which has more than 2 million downloads. Click here to know the app.

In the list that displays the remotes and joysticks, tap and drag to the left the item you want to edit.

Yes, on CRC Remote Server installed on your computer you can adjust mouse speed, accuracy and refresh rate.

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