The Rescue team is excited to announce another newly supported platform in 2023! Hot on the heels of Linux, we are now adding basic support for the ChromeOS operating system to remotely view the desktop, and remote control Android applications on a ChromeOS device.
Which operating system is supported?
Chrome OS, recent versions.
Which type of devices are supported?
Recent Chromebooks. The support for Intel and ARM Chromebooks has been verified.
What should the End-user do?
From their Chromebooks, the end-user should navigate to Google Play to download or update to the latest version of the Rescue+Mobile for Android app.
Once the mobile app is installed, the end-user will simply enter the PIN code.
Alternatively, if they browse to logmein123.com or support.me, they will be redirected to Google Play.
Which Features are Available?
Desktop View of entire Chromebook
Remote Control of Android apps only
File Manager for Android apps file system only
System Info for Android apps sandbox only
Click2Fix Applications, works for Android only
Click2Fix QuickNav functionalities work for Android sandbox only. In addition to that:
In QuickNav, Wi-Fi settings can open ChromeOS WiFi settings
Click2Fix Direct URL, the URL is opened in ChromeOS browser
Which features are not supported currently?
Click2Fix Mobile Network
Click2Fix Applications, Uninstalling Android apps not possible
Device configuration tab
Shift key not supported in the Rescue Android applet for ChromeOS