After completing payment details, I downloaded the setup file which is approximately 5.23 MB in size. Running this setup file on your desktop PC will install the PC component during which time it will ask you to install the phone component if your device is already connected to your PC via a Bluetooth, Wi-Fi or GPRS/3G connection. The phone component can also be manually installed later if your device is not connected to your desktop PC or if you are facing Connection problems.
After the installation is complete, you will notice a PhoneScreen icon in your system tray, clicking on which will display a dialog box used for changing Bluetooth settings. Here, users should note that their PC’s Bluetooth mode should be set to ‘Discoverable’ mode so that the Bluetooth on your phone can easily locate and establish a connection. Similarly, your phone (WiFi and 3G enabled) should be properly connected to your desktop PC via a WiFi or 3G connection. I faced some minor connection problems while establishing a Bluetooth connection but I got past these by following the user manual which clearly explains every aspect of the programs connection settings.
Once connected I opened application on my phone by navigating to Main Menu → Applications → PhoneScreen which guided me to its main screen where I could connect or disconnect the connection between my phone and PC so that my phone screen can be displayed on PC’s screen. Then I navigated to ‘Settings’ tab where I could configure connection settings. The connection tab allows you to select the type of connection you want to establish between your phone and desktop PC. This can either be a Bluetooth Wi-Fi or GPRS/3G connection.
I chose to connect through a Bluetooth connection, saved my settings and started the connection. Now I could see my phone screen on my PC’s screen exactly in the same manner, the only difference being that now it was much bigger.