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How to connect your Android phone to your tv

You can stream your Android phone or tablet screen to a TV through screen mirroring, Google Cast, using a third-party app, or linking it with a cable.

Connnect to tv

Although there are more and more things in our mobile phones, such as wonderful photos and videos, etc., the screen of mobile phones is too small to be shared by the whole family. What should we do? In a few simple steps, the small screen becomes large in an instant.

1.Android Screen Mirroring

Screen mirroring, however, is good for apps without a Cast button. Android has supported screen mirroring since version 5.0 Lollipop, though phones are better optimized to use it than others.

On some Android phones, you can pull down the settings shade and find a Cast button with the same icon you’d find inside your apps. Tap this and it will share your entire screen. 

2.Connect With an Adapter or Cable


If your TV is smart TV, you just need to download BJCast, and the BJCast has the following features

1.Multiple Applications: BJCast supports iTunes / YouTube / Safari / Chrome / Netflix / Hulu More

2.Encrypted transmission:

BJCast is transmitted over the network when your personal photos and videos (AirPlay) using encrypted transmission。

3.More advantages:

Video hardware acceleration (improve the efficiency of 40% shows), high-resolution images (4K), background service mode, set personalization features such as device names.

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BiJie can supply Miracast SDK or WiDi SDK which supports UIBC and Intel Cursor. We also can supply SDKs of other Wireless Display protocols such as Airplay, DLNA, Google Cast.

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