How You Can Connect Your Smart Phone to Your Smart TV
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I hope your TV must be the most important part of your house for enjoying the family time by viewing movies, playing gamed and much more like millions of other people, but sometimes those movies and games are available only on your phone– so how do you get them from smaller screen of phone to the bigger screen? You have to connect your phone to your TV? Well, of course.
Whether you’re doing that with the help of a Chromecast, which makes the job a lot more simpler and fun, or you’re going to simply plug your handset into your TV, it might seems to be easy enough to view your smartphone content on a bigger screen.
With all that in center, we’ve come up with this quick guide to help you connect your smart phone to your TV, so you can enjoy playing your games, Watching movies or photos on the bigger screen. One of these methods needs a Chromecast, so go ahead if you have one, but if not then the first guide is for you.
How to Connect Your Phone to Your TV With Wires
Yes, It’s possible to Simply plug your Mobile phone into your Smart TV, if you’re willing to splash out on an adaptor to let you do so.
Most of the modern smart mobiles have an USB-C port, or it allows you to easily buy a USB-C to HDMI online on Amazon. Just plug that USB-C side into your Smart phone, and the HDMI side into your TV, and you’re good to go ahead.
Old generation mobile phones might have the archaic microUSB port, but again don’t worry – you can also bring microUSB to HDMI cables online.
Once you plug your smart phone into your TV, depending upon the device, you might need to grant permission from your phone, but this is as easy as pressing ‘yes’ or ‘accept’ on a pop-up prompt.
Now Just sit on your sofa and enjoy watching Movies and TV Sports on the bigger screen of your TV.
How to Connect Your Phone to Your TV Without Wires
If Wire work is not your cup of taste, go to get a gadget that plugs into your TV, connects to your home Wi-Fi and communicates between your phone and TV.
The Roku Streaming Stick lets you put your Android Phone screen on your TV. All you need to do is Enable screen mirroring in your Roku settings and casting on your Android device, then just click on the streaming icon that pops up on your phone or tablet to start viewing on the big screen.
Check out Miracast, It allows you to stream your phone videos with your home Wi-Fi on the TV. It’s also compatible with Windows Phone and Androids with 4.2 Jelly Bean or later, although not all Android devices can mirror your mobile screen via Miracast. Newer phones like the LG G5 can do the same work.
If you are using an Iphone iOS device, AirPlay is the perfect one for you that lets you wirelessly beam music, photos and video to your set-top box. All You’ll need is an Apple TV, but once you’ve got that it’s as easy as selecting the AirPlay icon from iTunes or the Videos app (or another supported app such as Netflix) to stream to the big screen.
Connect With CROMECAST
An alternative (and most user friendly) to this is Google’s Chromecast. This affordable ‘dongle’ plugs into a spare HDMI port on your TV and connects to your wifi network. Chromecast support is simply excellent, that means content from services such as Netflix, iPlayer, BT Sport and others can be played with the Chromecast dongle doing all the legwork instead of your tablet, and that’s good news for battery life.
It’s always possible to use Chromecast to mirror the display of your smart phone on you TV, it allow you to hit play on a tablet and have (non DRM-protected) video start playing on your TV. The same goes for anything the screen can display, including apps, games and photos. You can also pick up the pricier Chromecast Ultra to stream 4K content too.
So. It’s all done. Now Just Connect your Smart phone to TV and Enjoy the Sports match
How to Connect Your Phone to TV With HDMI Port
HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) is the interface standard du jour. If your TV was bought in the last decade and it has an HDMI port, as does almost every set-top box, games console and a decent number of still and video cameras.
The benefit to HDMI, apart from its affordable price range, is that it supports HD video and audio simultaneously, it allows you to connect mobile phones without any worry about watching a film in full HD but having to make do with your tablet’s tinny speakers. An HDMI output is an advantage that many Android tablets have over Apple’s iPad.
HDMI plugs are available in three sizes. Regular HDMI (or Type A, left) are the full-size ports you’ll find on devices where space isn’t an issue: think TVs, laptops and games consoles. The sockets you’re likely to find on tablets and phones will be either Type C (also known as Mini HDMI, middle) or Type D (Micro HDMI, right). Of these, Micro HDMI, or Type D, is the smallest.
So, Just Get Yourself One and Watch Your Football Match on the bigger screen.
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