TeamViewer is a go-to tool for users who, well, remote access into things enough to have a go-to tool. The software lets someone in location A beam into a smartphone or tablet running the app in location B. It's the kind of thing enterprise support teams can use to keep their coworkers or clients happy. Likewise, it's what that techy person up the street uses to help out all of their confused family members.
The app previously only worked with Samsung devices and later expanded to the ones produced by Asus, Lenovo, and Caterpillar. Technically it supported anything that was rooted, but that remains a no-go for novices and company employees. So now TeamViewer QuickSupport has grown to handle HTC, LG, Huawei, Intel, Casio, and i.Onik devices out of the box.
TeamViewer QuickSupport on an HTC One
QuickSupport works by connecting software running on Windows or Mac to an Android device. Once the app's installed, it will shoot out an ID number that you type in on your computer, handing it control.
We've provided a more thorough look at the app before, so I'm not going to dive into it now. Just scroll back up to either of the two posts I've linked above for the general overview. The core TeamViewer QuickSupport experience remains the same.