Use Splashtop Streamer to Remote View Your Chromebook

If you would like to remote into Android-supported Chromebooks using our unattended access subscription, you will need to install Splashtop Streamer through the Google Play Store and deploy Splashtop Streamer.

Check if your Chromebook supports Android apps:

Plans supported:

Remote Support Premium:


How to Install Splashtop Streamer for Android

If your Chromebook supports Android apps, you can install Splashtop Streamer from the Google Play Store.

After Installing the Splashtop Streamer app, click "Open".

Opening the Splashtop Streamer app for Chromebooks

You have just installed and opened the Splashtop Streamer app for you to remote access your Chromebook. Finish deploying and configuring the settings and the Chromebook can be remotely accessed.

When the app is open, you will see the screen to enter the deployment code. The deployment code is unique to your subscription and can be found on our web console.

Deployment code: > Management > Deployment > "Code"

Messages in yellow boxes are settings that need to be configured for technicians to remote in.





Display over other apps


Streamer Audio


Voice Call


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Allow app to run in the background


After you configured all those settings, you are able to remote into your Chromebook when Splashtop Streamer is running and the Chromebook is on.

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