At times you truly need to play with a headless Raspberry Pi, however, don’t have a monitor, console, or mouse at your disposal, and the wifi isn’t designed accurately to simply have the capacity to SSH in. Perpetually you spend an hour burrowing around for a console or invigorating a remote customers list, yet this doesn’t need to be the situation. After a fast one-time setup, all that you have to utilize a Raspberry Pi will as of now be in your pocket. Yes, your android phone with a USB tethering and a cable, is sufficient. And we are not kidding. Read on. If you have a bluetooth mouse and a keyboard, even better.
You can use this blog to setup a USB network interface on the Pi and installing a VNC Server to pass a session over the interface, making your phone an RPI display. All you will need is to power up your Pi, plug in the phone, start USB tethering and have a desktop ready.
You can set up the network by following the commands given in the guide. You will get an IP Address which you can use to start your VNC session and connect via SSH on your phone. Then you can go on to install a VNC server onto the RPI. You can view the tutorial to help you figure it out. Once you’re all set on the Pi you’ll need a VNC Client on your phone.
It might sound like a lot of work, but it really isn’t. The blog has given complete instructions to make your life simpler. Check it out!
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