This article provides information on how to display the screen of other devices on your TV using the Screen mirroring, Wi-Fi Direct®, and the Chromecast™ built-in (Google Cast™) feature. Usable functions, operating procedures, and support methods vary according to your TV model and connected device. Check your manual for model-specific information. Manuals are posted on your model support page.
- Only Android TV™ devices support Chromecast built-in.
- If a wireless connection doesn't work, you may connect your device to your TV using an MHL® cable (for mobile device and camera) or an HDMI® cable (for computer).
- Using Screen Mirroring.
- Display Photos, Videos, or other Files Stored in Your Mobile Device.
- iPhone® and iPad® mobile devices don't support Screen Mirroring. Use Wi-Fi Direct or Chromecast built-in instead.
- Display the Image from the Microsoft Windows 10 Computer Using Screen Mirroring.
- Display the Image from Your Computer Using the Screen Mirroring Feature.
- Set up and Use the Wi-Fi Direct Feature on Your TV with Wi-Fi Direct Capable Devices.
- Use Chromecast Built-in Using the Google Chrome™ Browser.
- BRAVIA Doesn't Appear on the Screen of a Screen Mirroring or Wi-Fi Direct Compatible Device.
- Wi-Fi Direct or Screen Mirroring Supported Device Can't Connect to the TV
- Screen Mirroring Doesn't Work
- Can't Perform a New Screen Mirroring Connection with Another Screen Mirroring Device Connected to the TV.
- Can't select the Wi-Fi® Band Setting During Screen Mirroring.
- Mobile Device Doesn't Detect My Android TV or the Connection Fails During Casting.
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