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.
- Only Android TV™ devices support Chromecast built-in.
- If a wireless connection doesn't work, 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, and other files from a mobile device on your TV
- 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 of your TV
- Cast a Chrome™ browser tab to your TV from your computer
- The screen mirroring or Wi-Fi direct compatible device doesn't detect my TV
- Can't connect the Wi-Fi Direct or Screen Mirroring supported device to the TV
- Screen Mirroring doesn't work
- Can't perform a new Screen Mirroring connection when another Screen Mirroring device connected to the TV
- Can't select the Wi-Fi® band setting during Screen Mirroring
- My TV isn't detected as a Chromecast built-in device or the connection fails during casting.
*Google, Android TV, and Chromecast built-in are trademarks of Google LLC.