How To Display Your Phone Screen On Your Tv

You can allow your TV access your phone. Just follow these easy steps to display your phone on your TV screen

How to Connect Using an HDMI Cable

Wired connections is an easy and reliable way to connect an Android to an HDMI input on the TV. By plugging the smaller end into your device and the HDMI end into your TV, your screen can share without needing an Internet connection because of a bad signal.

How to Connect Android to TV Wirelessly


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Wireless connections are a popular option for screen mirroring because you have the freedom to move around. In order to wirelessly connect an Android to the TV, you’ll need the following these easy steps:

1) A Miracast enabled Android device. Most Android 4.2 or later devices already have Miracast built in. A Miracast enabled TV or a wireless display adapter that supports Miracast. A wireless display adapter is a small device that you will plugs into your TV’s HDMI port. Your Android is able to communicate with the Miracast-enabled adapter wirelessly to screen mirror.


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To begin screen mirroring, follow these steps

  • Connect the wireless display adapter into your TV’s open HDMI port and into a power outlet.
  • Change the input source on your TV to the appropriate HDMI input.
  • In the settings menu of your Android, open the “wireless display” application.
  • Select your adapter from the list of available devices.
  • Follow the on-screen instructions to finish set up.
  • Note that all adapters are different and have various set up requirements. For adapters that require Wi-Fi, be sure that your Android and adapter are connected to the same Wi-Fi network. You can also refer to your adapter’s user manual for specific set up instructions.

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