Toolbars

PhoneMyPC comes equipped with four configurable toolbars. Some
features, such as Interact Live and Control Pad, can use all four
toolbars; some features use only one.

Toolbar size and shape can be customized via settings. Each toolbar can
also be configured when it should be shown:

1 – Show always

2 – Show when the Menu key is pressed

3 – Show only when requested (via another toolbar button)

Adding and Removing Buttons

You can customize each toolbar by adding or removing buttons. To do so, long-press any toolbar button to add a button to left or right, or to delete the pressed button. Note: if you add more buttons that will fit on the screen, the toolbar will be scrollable.

Available Buttons

Not all buttons are available in all feature screens; for example,
mouse and keystroke buttons are unavailable in the Webcam Preview
feature.

Here is a list of all available buttons:

Presses the down arrow key on the PC keyboard.
Presses the up arrow key on the PC keyboard.
Presses the left arrow key on the PC keyboard.
Pressest he right arrow key on the PC keyboard.
Press the left mouse button.
*Note that this button is only meaningful when the cursor is showing.
Press the center mouse button.
*Note that this button is only meaningful when the cursor is showing.
Press the right mouse button.
*Note that this button is only meaningful when the cursor is showing.
Show or hide the bottom toolbar.
Shor or hide the top toolbar.
Show or hide the left toolbar.
Show or hide the right toolbar.
Show the button palette.
Show the Android keyboard.
Change display quality.
Select a different monitor.
*Only applies to multi-monitor PCs.
Change settings.
Take a snapshot. Allows you to save a copy of what is currently on your screen (not including toolbars). You will be asked for a filename, and the image will be saved in /sdcard/PhoneMyPC.
Turn audio on or off. When turning on, you will be asked to select an audio source from those available on the PC.
Zoom in.
Zoom out.
Select a different feature to use.
Show help for the current feature.
Show or hide the cursor
(toggles between touch mode and cursor mode).
Press the PCs Backspace key.
Press the PCs Delete key.
Press the PCs End key.
Press the PCs Esc key.
Press the PCs Home key.
Press the PCs Insert key.
Press the PCs Page Up key.
Press the PCs Page Down key.
Press the PCs Print Screen
key.
Press the PCs Scroll Lock key.
Press the PCs F1 key (note: a separate button exists for each Function key).
Toggle or press the PCs Alt key. Press once to hold the key down to effect your next keyboard or mouse operation. Press twice to hold the key down until you press it again (this is ‘press lock’). Press three times quickly to effect a simple ‘press + release’ of the key.
Toggle or press the PCs Ctrl key. Press once to hold the key down to effect your next keyboard or mouse operation. Press twice to hold the key down until you press it again (this is ‘press lock’). Press three times quickly to effect a simple ‘press + release’ of the key.
Toggle or press the PCs Shift key. Press once to hold the key down to effect your next keyboard or mouse operation. Press twice to hold the key down until you press it again (this is ‘press lock’). Press three times quickly to effect a simple ‘press + release’ of the key.
Toggle or press the PCs Windows key. Press once to hold the key down to effect your next keyboard or mouse operation. Press twice to hold the key down until you press it again (this is ‘press lock’). Press three times quickly to effect a simple ‘press + release’ of the key.
Send a Ctrl + Alt + Delete key sequence to the PC (to lock or log into the PC).
Cut the selected item to the PCs clipboard.
Copy the selected item to the PCs clipboard.
Paste the PCs clipboards
conetnes.
Press the PCs Tab key.
Press the PCs Mail key.
Press the PCs Menu key. *Note that this is only meaningful if the cursor is shown.
Mute the PCs audio.
Turn the PCs audio volume down. *Note that this does not impact the Android devices volume.
Turn the PCs audio volume up.
*Note that this does not impact the Android devices volume.
Press the PCs Previous Track (Media) button. *This works in some video/audio players.
Press the PCs Play/Pause button. *This works in some video/audio players.
Press the PCs Stop button.
*This works in some video/audio players.
Press the PCs Next Track (Media) button. *This works in some video/audio players.
Lock the primary mouse button down until clicked again. *This only makes sense when the cursor is shown.
Scroll the mouse wheel down one click.
Scroll the mouse wheel up one click.