In this video I show you 5 ways to wirelessly screen mirror Android phones and tablets to a TV. So, you can watch YouTube, Netflix, play mobiles or just simple project anything that you are doing on your phone to a bigger screen. This includes regular HD TV’s and Smart TV’s (The kind of TV’s that connect to Wi-Fi)
I even hooked up my Galaxy S3 which is like 7 years old. Other devices that offer screen mirroring may name it something else like screen cast, all share screen, media output, etc.
You will need to open the connection for screen mirroring on both your smartphone and your TV in order for the connection to work successfully.
The quickest way to find out if your device has the Screen Mirroring or Smart View function is to use two fingers to pull down the extended notification menu. If your device does not have these features, you can still connect via Quick Connect.
If you don’t own a Samsung Device Specifically or if you don’t have a Smart TV, your best option would be Screen beam mini 2 which is a wireless display receiver that doesn’t need Internet Connection because it works with Bluetooth.
Last but certainly not least google Chromecast is a media streaming device that plugs into the HDMI port on your TV. Simply use your mobile device and the TV you already own to stream your favorite TV shows, movies, music, sports, games and more.
This device basically turns your dumb TV into a smart TV.