No Mic? No problem! How To Use Your Cell Phone As a Mic For Any Online Video Game

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Part 1 – What You will Need, Installing The App, Installing The WO Client, Drivers and Choosing Your Transport Method
Part 2 – Setting up your cell phone as a Wifi mic No mic no problem
Part 3 – Setting up your cell phone as a USB mic
Part 4 – Setting up your cell phone as a Bluetooth mic


  • Remember, once WO mic is installed, your PC sees your phone as a real mic. Yeah, It’s not a Blue Yeti :), but all programs not just video games will see it as your systems mic. That includes TeamSpeak, Ventrilo and even Skype! 🙂
  • Don’t forget to turn off “Play In Speaker”, unless you like to hear your voice echoing back at you everytime you speak >.>.
  • Make sure you set your new cell phone mic to a decent volume. You don’t want to burst peoples ear drums, however your team needs to hear you when you’re telling them “Reapers Flanking!” in Overwatch, or they’ll get rekt! 🙂 To do this open the recording devices options in Windows and increase your mics volume.


Mic doesn’t work:

In some rare cases the mic drivers don’t work after you install them. This happened to me on Windows 8.1, but worked perfectly on Windows 10. This was because i had driver signing enforcement enabled on Windows 8.1, once I turned it off they worked perfectly. If this happens to you, all you have to do is uninstall the drivers (if you installed them already ) then disable driver signing enforcement, restart your PC and reinstall them. Click here for simple instructions on how to do this.

If you have any questions, comments or suggestions be sure to let me know in the comment section below. I’ll be happy to help. 🙂

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