As more and more people are using their phones and laptops to browse the internet, watch videos, and check social media, there is a need for ways to easily share screens between these devices. Fortunately, there are a few methods that can be used to do this. In this post, we will discuss the different ways to share screens and the pros and cons of each method. We will also provide instructions on how to share screens using each method. Stay tuned!
Sharing screens between devices can be done in a variety of ways. Some of the most common ways are listed below:
Using Chromecast to share your phone screen on your laptop
Using an HDMI adapter to share your phone screen on your laptop
Using Apple’s Airplay feature to mirror or share your iPhone/iPad screen on Macs and PCs
Using Miracast, Google Cast, or Screen Mirroring via wireless network (Wi-Fi Direct) to stream Android phone screen on PC
Google Chromecast is a small device that can be plugged into the HDMI port of a TV or monitor. Once Chromecast is set up, users can cast their phone screen to the TV by using the Chromecast app on their phone.
To share your phone screen on your laptop using Chromecast, follow these steps:
1) Make sure that both devices are connected to the same Wi-Fi network.
2) On your phone, open the Chromecast app and tap on the Cast button.
3) Select the device that you want to cast to (in this case, your laptop).
4) The phone screen will now be displayed on your laptop.
Chromecast has several advantages over other methods of sharing screens. First, it is easy to use and compatible with both Android and iOS devices. Second, it is a low-cost option ($35 per Chromecast unit). Finally, the video quality will be excellent as long as both devices are connected to a strong network.
Share screen using HDMI adapter on Windows 10/8/7 or Linux
Another way to share your phone screen on your laptop is by using an HDMI adapter. In most cases, users simply connect their phone to the USB port of their laptop with a USB Type C cable (such as this one from OnePlus) and they can mirror their screens from their computers.
While this method works great for mirroring your device’s screen, there are some things that you need to keep in mind before doing it. First, it is possible that your laptop may not have a USB Type C port. If this is the case, then you will need to and an adapter (like this one) to be able to connect your phone to your computer. Second, the video quality may not be as good if there are any Wi-Fi or network issues while sharing screens via wireless network.
Share screen using Apple’s Airplay feature on Macs and PCs
Apple has long been known for their great devices such as laptops and smartphones, but many people do not know about Apple’s Airplay feature. This feature allows users to wirelessly mirror or cast their iOS devices’ screen onto other Apple devices such as iPhones/iPads, Macs, and even PCs.
To use Airplay on your Mac or PC, you will need to download the AirServer app from www.airserver.com. This is a desktop application that can be installed on Windows 10/8/7 and Linux devices (including Raspberry Pi 3). Once the app is set up, users can simply select their computer as an AirPlay receiver in the Control Center of their iPhone or iPad.
Disadvantages of using Wi-Fi mirroring to stream Android screen on PC
There are several disadvantages of using wireless network (Wi-Fi) mirroring to share your phone’s screen with your laptop. First, it may not work well depending on how good your device’s connection with your laptop is (for example, your laptop may have to be connected to the same Wi-Fi network as your phone). Second, it is possible for users’ devices to disconnect from each other in certain situations. Finally, it will not work with all smartphones (for example, Samsung’s Galaxy S6 smartphone does not support screen mirroring).
SHARE YOUR ANDROID SCREEN ON WINDOWS 10/8/7 PC
There are 3 ways you can share your Android screen on Windows 10/8/7 PC: Connect Android Phone via USB cable Share Android Screen using Chromecast Mirror Android Screen using Wireless Network This tutorial focuses on how you can share your Android screen wirelessly when both devices are connected to the same wireless network.
Here are the detailed steps: 1. On your Android phone, turn on the Developer Options. If you do not know how to do this, please go to Settings -> About Phone and tap on Build number for about 7 times until you see a message that says “You are now a developer!”
2. Go back to Settings and find the newly added Developer Options. Scroll down and enable Wireless Display or Miracast.
3. Connect your PC and Android phone to the same wireless network.
4. Open up the Action Center on Windows 10 (by swiping in from the right edge of the screen) and click on Connect. 5. Select your Android phone as the device you want to project to and click on Connect.
6. Your Android phone’s screen should now appear on your Windows 10 computer.