For a gaming fans to get a game displayed on the TV, it shouldn’t be limited to a console. So how about your favorite games on your smartphone? Some games, like the Nintendo Switch, feature both console game play and mobile handheld game play.
The good news is that now you can bring your favorite mobile games scuh as Panther Online, Monster Hunter Stories, Clash of Clans, or Oceanhorn, to life up on a big screen. Here we will show you an easy and useful way to wirelessly screen mirror your mobile game on to your big TV screen, which is called wireless display.
Screen Mirroring on Windows or Android Devices
Most Samsung mobile phones and other Android devices as well as devices with Windows (8.1+) feature the screen mirroring technology Miracast that has already been built into them.
In order to wirelessly display games from your mobile device to a TV screen, there are two things that you need to have: including a Miracast enabled device, and a wireless display adapter, such as the ScreenBeam Mini2. These things will help it much easier to display your mobile screen to the TV esier.
Here’s a brief guide to do that:
- Before picking up a wireless display adapter, make sure that your device is Miracast compatible.
- Plug the wireless display adapter into the HDMI port of your TV.
- Change your TV’s input source to the Mini2.
- Locate the wireless display application on your mobile device and choose ScreenBeam from the list.
- You should be connected.
Screen Mirroring on Apple Devices
Since Apple devices are designed to be exclusively compatible with certain products, the easiest way to wirelessly share your Apple devices to your TV is to use an Apple TV. After setting up the Apple TV, it is very simple to share screen by selecting the screen mirroring icon in the Control Center and then selecting Apple TV.