How You Can Use Your Smartphone As Microphone On Your Computer?
Hello guys, today we will show you how you can connect your smartphone to your computer and use it as a microphone.
Whether you are chatting with your friends on Skype, singing tactics in a game or singing some melodies, this system can be very useful for your computer. What if you don't have it? Here is the Solution.
You may not have a microphone for your computer, but I think there is a possibility that you have a smartphone. If you have a smartphone in hand, your problem has the solution. So you can use your Smartphone as a PC microphone and it is incredibly easy to set up.
We will show you different ways to use your phone as a microphone.
Using Your Phone as Microphone by Installing the WO Mic Program
One of the best ways to achieve this is by using WO Mic. With this program, you can use USB, Bluetooth or Wi-Fi to connect your smartphone's microphone to your computer.
WO Mic Windows
It is completely free to use, has low latency and will work in any application like a standard microphone.
Download both Mic WO web and Android or iOS app for both web and mobile.
Start the PC program. Go to Connection> Connect… and choose Transport type.
We'll detail the steps for all the different options below.
1. Connect with Bluetooth
First, enable Bluetooth on your computer. Press Windows key + I to open Settings and go to Devices> Bluetooth & other devices. Turn on Bluetooth. Your computer is now visible to other devices.
Next, enable Bluetooth on your phone. The exact location for this option varies by device, but it's usually within Settings, perhaps under the Connections category.
Pair your phone with your PC. A notification should appear on your computer to confirm the connection.
In the Windows WO Mic program, select Bluetooth as the Transport type and select your phone from the Target Bluetooth device drop-down menu. Click OK.
In the phone WO Mic app, tap the settings cogwheel, tap Transfer and
Choose Bluetooth. Go back to a screen and tap the play icon to start transmitting your voice .
2.Connect with USB
This method only works for Android. Connect your phone to your computer using a USB cable. Same as you use to charge the phone.
Windows may ask you to install a driver, so follow this process.
Next, enable USB debugging in your phone's Developer options. Your phone should then be recognized by Windows as a device.
In the Windows WO Mic program, select USB as the Transport type. Click OK.
In the phone WO Mic app, tap the settings cogwheel, tap Transfer and select USB. Go back to a screen and tap the play icon to enable your phone's microphone.
3.Connect with Wi-Fi
For this method, your phone and computer must be connected to the same Wi-Fi network.
To change your Wi-Fi network in Windows, press Windows key + I to open Settings and go to Network & Internet> WiFi.
In the phone WO Mic app, tap the settings cogwheel, tap Transfer and select Wi-Fi. Go back to a screen and tap the play icon. There should be a gray banner message at the top. This is the IP address.
In the Windows WO Mic program, select Wi-Fi as your Transport type. Click OK click. Input IP address from application to Incoming Server IP address field. Click OK to start using the microphone .
Windows Not Detecting Your Voice?
You shouldn't run into any issues, but if you follow the instructions above and Windows doesn't detect the microphone, there is an easy fix.
Press Windows key + I to open Settings. Go to System > Sound. Under Input, select Microphone (Microphone Device, WO) from the drop-down list.
Speak to your smartphone and you should see the sound level reflected in the Test your microphone stick section.