I'm connecting to an Android Samsung Tab Host from my Windows PC.
Trying to teach the person on the other end how to use the Tablet as they have never used a phone ot tablet with a touch screen or any computer for that matter. I can obviously click on things at my end but it would be nice if the Host system would show my mouse curser so I can point to where they have to touch the screen. instead of trying to describe which icon needs to be touched.
Is this something that is already available and I don't know how to turn it on? If not, I'd like to suggest it as it would make it much easier when trying to teach someone remotely.
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So I went looking through teamviewer / quick support settings and stuff to see if I needed to enable the cursor, obviously I got no where so I came here to see how to enable a cursor which to my surprise isn't a feature yet, so 7 months after Jpwilk brought this up and still no cursor :( guess its only gonna be a matter of time now till we get a cursor to enable us to use teamviewer QS as a teaching aid for those who have a hard time with Smart tech, I hope this feature gets updated soon because its such a basic feature on Teamviewer that it was a surprise that this wasn't just standard.