Control Your Android Device from Your Desktop with 3CX Remote Android Desktop

3CX Remote Android Desktop is a free Android application that allows users to control their Android device from their browsers
LONDON, 8 April 2013 3CX, developer of the award-winning Windows VoIP PBX 3CX Phone System and 3CX Mobile Device Manager, today announced that it has acquired LazyDroid, a popular remote desktop application for Android which makes it easier for users to access their files, documents, photos, camera, and allows them to make calls, text messages and view the system logs of the device directly from within their web browser. 3CX has rebranded LazyDroid to 3CX Remote Android Desktop and made the app completely free of charge.

“The acquisition of LazyDroid allows us to add key mobile device management features to 3CX Mobile Device Manager and leapfrog the competition”, said Nick Galea, 3CX CEO. “3CX Remote Android Desktop provides an easy way for users to control their Android phone. We plan to integrate 3CX Remote Android Desktop’s technology into 3CX Mobile Device Manager to allow administrators to easily control any connected Android device.”


3CX Remote Android Desktop features include:

  • File Management: Organize all files such as important corporate documents, photos, videos, and messages.
  • Wireless File Transfer – Drag-and-drop files to and from your device via web browser.
  • Remote Control – View a rooted Android device in real-time within your desktop.
  • SMS Management: Send and receive text messages from the comfort of your desktop.
  • Remote Camera – Stream the devices camera.
  • Personal Web Server – Host web pages directly from an Android device.
  • Access Device Logs – Troubleshoot any errors that appear on the device.
  • Clipboard – The user can copy and paste text from their device to the desktop and vice versa
  • Shell Access – IT administrators can take full control of the rooted devices shell.

Get 3CX Remote Android Desktop

Download 3CX Remote Android Desktop for free from Google Play and access the new 3CX Remote Android Desktop forum for support.


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  1. Boris

    Telkom in Cape Town South Africa is unable to provide me with a telephone and ADSL line for my business and I am using a 3G telephone system now from Neotel , at least I can make and receive calls. The internet connection is also operated through a 3G dongle. I would like to know if the 3CX system can operate on 3G if I have no lines from Telkom. I am presently operating a small call centre with two 3G phones and need to find a better solution to this problem. Is there anyone that can assist me and give me some advice. Many thanks, telefrustrated…. Boris

    April 9, 2013 at 12:37 pm
    • Andreas Psyllos


      to do that you will need to buy a 3G access point, use a sim card in it and connect a computer to it using the rj45 ports (Ethernet ports). Then you can run 3CX on the computer. However after that it all depends on your broadband speed for placing calls and call quality.

      April 12, 2013 at 6:08 am
  2. rigardt

    well if Telkom cant give u a adsl line can they give you isdn lines ? a patton works very well with isdn and 3cx. or find a good wireless supplier and use that instead.

    April 12, 2013 at 8:11 am
  3. Ted Freitas

    Does not work on Nexus 10 4.2

    April 16, 2013 at 1:32 pm
    • Andreas Psyllos

      Hi Ted,

      How does it not work? does it crash on start up? is one of the modules crashing? Can you please provide more detailed info?

      Thank you

      April 17, 2013 at 1:14 am