VirtualHere USB Server APK

Version 4.3.2 - com.virtualhere.androidserver

Turn your Android device into a USB Server!

VirtualHere USB Server apk

APP Information

Download Version 4.3.2 (1055)
Apk Size3.07 MB
App DeveloperVirtualHere Pty. Ltd.
Malware CheckTRUSTED
Install on Android5.0 and up
App Packagecom.virtualhere.androidserver.apk

Download VirtualHere USB Server 4.3.2 APK

App Description

VirtualHere USB Server is virtualhere,androidserver,tools,server, content rating is Everyone (PEGI-3). This app is rated 4 by 2 users who are using this app. To know more about the company/developer, visit VirtualHere Pty. Ltd. website who developed it. com.virtualhere.androidserver.apk apps can be downloaded and installed on Android 5.0 and higher Android devices. The Latest Version of 4.3.2 Available for download. Download the app using your favorite browser and click Install to install the application. Please note that we provide both basic and pure APK files and faster download speeds than APK Mirror. This app APK has been downloaded 20288+ times on store. You can also download com.virtualhere.androidserver APK and run it with the popular Android Emulators.

The VirtualHere USB Server will turn your Android Phone/Tablet/TV/PC/Shield/Embedded device into a USB Server. 
It is written as a C native complied binary (not java) for increased performance.  It will utilize multiple CPU cores if available and supports all USB transfer modes, control, bulk, interrupt and isochronous.
In Trial mode, this app will support sharing one USB device three times.  If you want to continue to use the app and have advanced features like sharing multiple devices from a single Android server, or running the client as a service, please purchase a license from
Clients are available for Windows, Linux and OSX. 
The VirtualHere USB Server removes the need for an actual USB cable and instead transmits USB signals over a wireless or wired network.  The USB device appears as if it was directly attached to a client machine even though it is remotely plugged into your android device. All existing client drivers work as is, the client machine doesn't know the difference! Its like replacing the USB cable with a network connection (or alternatively giving a USB device an IP address)
For example:
1. Remotely control your digital camera by plugging it into your phone and controlling it remotely via a desktop
2. Turn any printer into a wireless printer
3. Use USB devices in virtual machines
4. Plug in your gaming controller and remotely play streaming games over the LAN or Internet
5. Use a USB-to-serial converter to remotely access serial devices
6. Use USB devices in the cloud. Plug in the device and it can be directly used from a cloud server with no special programming required!
7. Mount USB drives connected to your android device directly in windows/linux/osx
Your Android device needs to have USB host abilities (most larger or new devices have this). Also you may need to buy a Micro-USB OTG to Host adapter if you only have a Micro-USB plug.
The client software is available for download from
The first screenshot shows a USB webcam plugged into a remote Android Device and being used on a local Windows machine. i.e converting a normal webcam into an IP webcam. When sharing a webcam it is recommended your Android device connects via Ethernet for minimum network latency.
The next screenshot shows a Apple Mac machine accessing a FTDI serial device that is plugged into a remote android device. ie. serial over IP 

App ChangeLog

  • * Fixed crash in Huawei 8X and devices without browser

App Screens

VirtualHere USB Server App Screen 1VirtualHere USB Server App Screen 2VirtualHere USB Server App Screen 3VirtualHere USB Server App Screen 4

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Google Play Reviews

  1. Martin Dimitrov-avatar

    Martin Dimitrov

    Thi is the best software to remotely use a USB device.

  2. Damith Gammulle-avatar

    Damith Gammulle

    This app is one of a kind. Very easy to use & connect things together. Everything feels nice & polished & rather geeky. There are minor delay in input registering, but that's probably due to the lag in the network. It would be great if this could have android clients as well as in An2An remote, then it would simply be perfect. Also if possible, bluetooth connections would be nice too, since they seem rather stable compared to wifi. Thank you!

  3. Markus Gutschke-avatar

    Markus Gutschke

    VirtualHere is awesome technology. I tried several other products that promise to do the same, and nothing really compares. I use it to bring USB devices to my cloud-based virtual machines. Couldn't work easier. It really is a well-polished tool. Licensing is a bit of a mess though. I understand that the developer wants to make sure they get paid per user. It wouldn't be fair, if a single license would end up being used by hundreds of people in a company. But tying the license to the hardware is awkward. I change my Android devices quite regularly, and for that matter, I change my laptops frequently too. I can take all of my other software with me, except for this one. $50 isn't a lot for a great tool, but things start adding up, if I have to pay $50 every year. I don't get *that* much use out of this tool. I need it maybe once every other month. For Android, it would make a lot of sense to offer a "pro" version of the app that includes the license key, but that is tied to the GMail account rather than to the client hardware. In the meantime, I bought a GLiNet MT300Nv2 and installed VirtualHere on there. Works beautifully. I just wish I didn't have to carry it around with me and could use my current Android phone instead.

  4. Jakob Berntsson-avatar

    Jakob Berntsson

    Really good software, works fast, reliably and without issues, unless Google decides to bring in new bugs with Android updates :). But the support from Michael is always fast and helpful, and he uploaded fixes for mentioned Android related issues pretty much the same day they were discovered.

  5. ryan-avatar


    I was getting excited to use this app and test it using software to connect to vechiles. unfortunately testing it on my computer with a flash drive used up the trial period. I dont even know if it will work for the intended process now before I would buy it. Michael, was there an older version which allowed more testing before buying?

  6. James Cross-avatar

    James Cross

    This software is able to connect my devices across my home network without any input lag (PC to Mi Box S). I connect a keyboard+mouse and an Xbox One controller via ms official dongle. With the Xbox One controller, I can use headphone audio (why I need the dongle) - with all other methods to use this, I had 1-2 second audio delay but with VirtualHere there is no delay at all. Also, since the devices connect to my PC natively, there are no conflicts with Android keyboard shortcuts.

  7. Patrick Osiecki-avatar

    Patrick Osiecki

    After some effort I managed to get this working with an xbox one wireless adapter on my nvidia shield + steam link app. That said, a $50 license is absolutely not worth being able to get a single game controller to work this way. Alternatives are sparse but the pricing limits it to only be worth it in very niche scenarios.

  8. RJ Werden-avatar

    RJ Werden

    Works for my razer mamba but not my corsair k57, nothing can be done to fix it 🥺. $25 is way way too much, maybe $5. I also have to restart my shield pro after each use because the software can't actually stop. Like I said $5 seems about fair for an android application that sometimes works and has major flaws.

  9. Mohammed Ramadhan-avatar

    Mohammed Ramadhan

    Worked for me, well for the first time only, i used it to connect my xbox controller to xbox adapter, first time it worked like a charm! 2nd time the adapter couldnt connect with the xbox controller and the 5 times trails has expired.. also the application is overpriced.

  10. Brandon Parry-avatar

    Brandon Parry

    Worked fine, but license is currently $25 on sale (usually $50). seems extreme for what this is.