SoundWire (free)

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SoundWire (free) - SoundWire Server is a program that is needed to make the SoundWire Android application work properly.
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April 15, 2019
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SoundWire (free) – SoundWire Server is a program that is needed to make the SoundWire Android application work properly. That said, it helps (and is essential) to hear what is playing on your PC from your Android device.

Universally, there are many audio simulation features and almost all of them represent the sound system requirements. Moreover, for audio transmission from any feature, it can be tried using the bonus features that are sold freely.

But the problem here is that you may not want to ramble on rupiah anymore to buy a bonus feature that costs up your wallet.

Fortunately, there is one application, SoundWire. Which allows you to simulate audio transmission from a PC to an Android smartphone or vice versa. Just by using the networking procedures provided by the application.


The program has several options that let you choose the sound source as well as the volume that you want to send to your Android device, to play with. The other options are for transmitting as well as for stopping transmission, as well as some other things.

Few options, no, a problem and in fact makes it easy to use, where you don’t need complicated things to bother and focus on using your Android.

USB, Bluetooth or WiFi tethering.

SoundWire also allows you to use your Android features like a computer speaker by connecting the feature via USB, Bluetooth and WiFi Tethring. The process is the same for all three methods, so here’s the method of doing it:

1. Enable Bluetooth, WiFi or USB tethering from your Android feature to Windows Computer in the usual method by centering Android to Settings- More- Tethering & mobile wifi.

You must have a well-connected connection, so check the internet connection when Tethering set up. Once set up, play music on your computer.

2. If your PC is connected to the internet properly, you can open the / cmd command prompt and observe the IPv4 address of your connection by typing the command “ipconfig”. Because the “auto locate” feature does not work in this method.

3. Enter the server address in the Android application and press the soundwire logo button in the middle of the screen. Once the button starts flashing, the music should start playing. Keep in mind that even though the quality of the music output really depends on the network connection. So you may face some lag or delay in the resulting sound.

What's new

This new soundWire application also uses the latest API.
Several bug fixes and also the user interface
New sound equalizer.


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