Your Android’s screen can be mirrored to nearly any screen.
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To mirror your Android’s screen, you’ll need a Chromecast or another compatible device.
If you have a third-party app like Tenorshare, you can mirror your Android’s screen to a Mac or PC too.
While you’re screen mirroring your Android, anything you do on the phone will appear on the other screen.
Over the last decade, phones have only gotten bigger and bigger. But if you’re trying to show off a new app or a cool video, nothing beats mirroring your Android’s screen to a TV or monitor.
There are a few different ways to mirror your Android’s screen, depending on what kind of screen you’re trying to use. Here’s what you need to know.
How to screen mirror your Android to a TV or computer monitor
This is the only official way to mirror your Android’s screen. To do it, you’ll need a TV or computer monitor, the Google Home app, and a Google Chromecast — or a TV/monitor with Chromecast built in. This includes the Google Nest Hub, which has a screen.
Quick tip: Some TV brands like Samsung also include their own screen mirroring software. You can try using this, but in our testing, it doesn’t work as well.
First, prepare your TV/monitor and Chromecast. Connect the Chromecast to one of the screen’s HDMI ports and set it up using your Android phone. You’ll need to download the Google Home app to do this.
Once the Chromecast is set up, you can start screen mirroring. Make sure that your Chromecast and Android stay on the same Wi-Fi connection.
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