Bomgar now allows remote screen sharing for non-Samsung devices

If you haven’t tried Bomgar Remote Screen Sharing for Android, now is the best time because the program has just been updated. Bombar has expanded the feature to all other sweet Android 5.0 Lollipop-running devices. This means anyone who uses Bomgar can remotely control Android phones or tablets even those non-Samsung devices.

With the latest update, Bomgar has also allowed other devices from other manufacturers real-time screen sharing. It’s no longer limited to Samsung phones and tablets as long as device runs at least Android 5.0 and there’s the Bomgar Android 2.2.6 Customer Client already installed. This Android version doesn’t require tethering via USB either.

This Android 5.0 Screen Sharing feature also expands troubleshooting capability on any remote Android devices. This means most Android Lollipop-powered devices can enjoy reliable access management solutions and secure remote support from Bomgar all the time. It’s one of the leaders in the industry, allowing full remote control and offering basic support for most Android tablets and smartphones.

In case you’re not familiar with Bomgar, this one allows remote viewing of the camera roll, transferring  of files, system interaction, and co-browsing. Anyone can view an Android device as long as remote access is given. This makes it easier to train customers or employees on new things, as well as, troubleshoot issues if there’s a need.

Bomgar Support Client 5
Bomgar Support Client 3
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Bomgar Support Client 1
Remote Screen Sharing for Android Devices

Download Bomgar Support Client from the Google Play Store

SOURCE: Bomgar (1),(2)


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Sienna Prieur When she's not writing, she is either pursing her passion of exploring the latest tech innovations or crooning to her favorite music.

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