Wirelessly display phone and tablet content on your TV using casting, AirPlay, screen mirroring, or Wi-Fi Direct

    Whether you want to display videos, images, presentations, and even games onto a larger screen, we've got you covered with these options!

    Google Cast or Apple AirPlay

    Whether you cast content with Google Cast or stream with Apple AirPlay, both provide the simplest way to display videos and images on your TV.

    • Android TV models and Android devices support Google Cast, while Apple AirPlay is supported on select Android TV and Google TV models and Apple devices
    • Your mobile device and the TV must be on the same wireless network
    • Maximize your productivity with the ability to stream content from your phone or tablet to your TV, all while staying up-to-date with your emails

    Screen Mirroring

    This feature allows you to mirror the screen of your smartphone or tablet onto your TV. It's a convenient option if you don't have a wireless network, but your TV has Wi-Fi capabilities.

    • What you see on your device is what you see on the TV
    • With a PC, you can easily stream a movie to your TV and simultaneously handle your emails with ease.
    • Not available on all TVs, so check your TV operating manual

    Wi-Fi Direct

    The Wi-Fi Direct feature allows wireless audio and video content playback from mobile phones, cameras, and other devices directly to a compatible TV or projector without a wireless home network or the internet.

    • Great to use for presentations, etc., where a quick and direct wireless connection is available
    • Creates a direct, or peer-to-peer wireless connection between the device and the TV

    MHL and HDMI content transfer (wired)

    MHL technology is a wired solution that enables a compatible smartphone or tablet to share content to the TV through a MHL (Mobile High-Definiton Link) HDMI cable or a compatible MHL-to-HDMI adapter.

    • If you prefer a wired connection or have a non-Android TV without wireless capability, consider this solution
    • The MHL/HDMI cable is compatible when both devices are MHL certified, while a compatible MHL-to-HDMI adapter works when the TV isn't MHL certified.
    • The MHL HDMI cable allows the TV to charge and control the device while displaying the content.
    • A MHL-to-HDMI adapter provides device charging, control, and content transfer when the TV isn't MHL compatible.

    *Please note that this article is not product specific. Features and functionalities described may therefore differ according to your country, model or firmware version.
    *As of August 2023, the above information is confirmed. The specifications are subject to change without notice.
    *Android, Android TV, Google, Google TV, Google Cast, Chromecast built-in, and other related marks and logos are trademarks of Google LLC.
    *Microsoft, Windows, and Microsoft Windows are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation and its affiliated companies.
    *Apple and AirPlay are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries and regions.
    *Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi Direct are trademarks of the Wi-Fi Alliance.
    *HDMI is a trademark of HDMI Licensing Administrator, Inc.
    *MHL is a trademark of MHL, LLC.