If you do not have a microphone to make audio recordings, voice chat, or use speech recognition on your computer. Then worry not, your Android can easily solve your problem as a wireless mic via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth, or connect it to your computer through a USB cable. However, not every computer comes with a built-in mic, and mostly built-in mic works not great.
You do not need to purchase a cheap computer microphone, when you’ve got your Android phone or tablet right beside you? That device is more than enough to be your computer mic, and you can connect it via Bluetooth, USB, or Wi-Fi.
Required apps and driver
1). Firstly Install Wo Mic app on your Android Phone. This app works on both Windows and Mac computers, but Mac OS X users can only utilize the Wi-Fi connection option.
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2). If you have a Windows PC, download and install the following two files.
Connect your Android Phone as Mic via Wi-Fi
- Launch WO Mic on your Android and enter the Settings > select Transport > then select “Wifi” from the options (unless you’re using Bluetooth or USB) > Depending on what you’re using the mic for, select the proper Audio source, but you shouldn’t need to adjust those.
- Now go to the main page of the app and tap Start, then copy the IP address displayed above the microphone icon.
- Open the WO Mic Client on your computer, enter the IP address, and hit Connect.
Before purchase a microphone, definitely try WO Mic. Wo Mic can solve all your problems and it’s absolutely free. It works on both Windows and Mac operating systems. I found that latency really wasn’t an issue, so this is a great way to narrate videos, record memos, or make calls.
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