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How to play Dofus Touch on PC? - Legal and Authorized by Ankama

Play Dofus Touch on PC

In this tip, we'll look at how to play Dofus Touch on a PC legally. We're going to use screen mirroring, which displays the screen of a phone or tablet on a PC so you can use the keyboard and mouse. It's legal and authorised by Ankama because you're using your Android or iOS hardware and there's no cheating involved. So you won't be banned, unlike emulators such as BlueStacks or Lindo, which are prohibited, as indicated in this official article on authorised devices. I strongly advise you to follow this tip, because as well as being simple, the gameplay is similar to that of an emulator, or even better, depending on your computer's configuration!

Activate developer mode and USB debugging

Before presenting the 2 solutions for getting Dofus Touch on your PC, you need to do something on your mobile. We're going to activate or check USB Debugging mode. Go to your phone's settings and then to the section entitled"About your phone" or"About". Locate the version/build number (or MIUI Version) and tap on it several times. A message should appear at the bottom of your phone telling you that you are a developer.

activate Android developer mode

Next, go back to the previous menu and then to 'System' or 'Additional Settings'. Go to the'Options for developers' submenu, then activate or check that the'USB debugging' option is ticked.

Enable USB debugging

Once this has been done, you can connect your phone or tablet to your PC by cable and then accept USB Debugging mode when you connect it. And that's it, we can now move on to the 2 solutions for duplicating Dofus Touch on your computer screen!

Playing Dofus Touch on your PC with SRCPY (Screen Copy)

This first solution allows you to play Dofus Touch on a computer with Windows, Linux or macOS. However, SRCPY is only compatible with Android phones and tablets. If you have an iOS device (iPhone/iPad), you'll need to use the second solution (Vysor) a little further down the article.

First of all, go to the official GitHub repository (don't download the software from anywhere else) and then download the version you need: Window, Linux or macOS.

Once that's done, you need to extract the zip to your computer and then run scrcpy.exe in the folder.

Launch SRCPY

Note that before running SRCPY, you must have enabled USB debugging, connected your device to your PC with a cable and accepted the USB debugging popup on your device. You can also use SRCPY via WIFI, but the process is a little more complex and time-consuming.

That's it, you can now play Dofus Touch on your PC!

Dofus Touch on PC with screen mirroring

Playing Dofus Touch on a PC with an iPhone (Vysor)

With this second solution, like SRCPY, Vysor lets you play Dofus Touch on a PC (Windows, Linux, macOS and even via a browser). However, here you'll be able to use an Android or iOS device for your phone or tablet! The only drawback is that you have to pay to get good image quality ($2.50/month, $10/year, or $40/lifetime). If you're interested, I'd advise you to try out the free version to make sure everything's compatible before upgrading to the Premium version.

Go to the Vysor download page and download the version you need. Note that you don't need to download anything from your browser.

Vysor for Dofus Touch PC with iOS (iPhone and iPad)

Launch Vysor on your PC, then connect your phone to your PC via cable or WIFI. Don't forget that you need to have USB debugging enabled for this to work.

And there you have it, with these 2 solutions, you now know how to play Dofus Touch on your PC without the risk of ban! I strongly advise you to use mirroring rather than an Android emulator, especially if you've been playing since the relaunch of Dofus Touch. On the new servers (Tiliwan, Talok and Epsilon), Ankama has indicated that there will be 0 tolerance for emulators with a definitive ban.

Hakio
Hakio Co-founder of JeuMobi and passionate about virtual worlds of all kinds. It seems that Try Hard is also part of his vocabulary.
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