Scan & Mirror mobile phone window on smart TV mira cast display using wireless or wifi dongles or adapters. Broadcast android videos on second screen by mirroring technology.
This application assist you to connect android mobile phone to smart TV Display. Enjoy movie streaming and top night shows video tube and share mobile screen with second screen dlna, upnp, xbmc & ustream devices.
Screen Mirroring App will assist you to scan and mirror your android phone or tab's screen on smart TV/Display (mira cast enabled ) or Wireless dongles or adapters.
This app has been tested and found works on most of android mobiles with android version 4.2 and above.
Please follow below steps to mirror your mobile screen to smart TV.
1) Your TV should support Wireless Display or any sort of Display Dongles.
2) The Phone version must be android 4.2 and above.
3) Download and run Screen Mirroring Assistant App.
4) Happy Mirroring :)
How Screen Mirroring Works
Screen mirroring, streaming, casting. There are a lot of names out there for sharing content from a PC to TV, but they don’t all mean the same thing. Here we cover what wireless screen mirroring is, how it differs from media streaming, and why mirroring is the best solution for classrooms and meeting rooms.
Screen mirroring and media streaming both refer to using a computer to share content to a TV or projector. However, the difference between screen mirroring and media streaming can often be misunderstood. We get this question a lot and want to clear up the confusion between the two types of technology.
Screen mirroring involves sending what’s on your computer screen to a TV or projector via a cable or wireless connection.
Media streaming refers to receiving online content via a digital media player to TV via a wireless connection.
Casting is another word for media streaming, but is a branded term used in reference to Google Chromecast.
Screen mirroring and streaming
The major difference between wireless screen mirroring and media streaming is that screen mirroring sends your full computer screen exactly as it is to a larger TV, while media streaming receives content via a digital media player to your TV.
Screen mirroring involves sending the information from your computer or mobile device screen to a TV screen or monitor. You can do this with wires or wirelessly.
Wired screen mirroring
For example, how HDMI cables work is that they digitally transfer the information (0s and 1s) from PC to TV. Let’s break down the 3 steps that make this happen.
1. Detecting a connection
This step detects a connection between your computer and TV. When you connect the cable, your computer’s graphic card detects a second screen.
2. Sharing information
Since there are many different screens and resolutions, your computer needs to know some information before it can start a connection with a second screen. This second step tells your computer what the audio and video settings of your TV are, so your computer can display the information properly.
This is also called E.D.I.D. (Extended Display Identification Data).
3. Mirroring starts
After a connection is detected and the computer knows your TV’s settings, the computer sends its information to your TV. What you see on your TV screen is exactly what you see on your computer screen.
Wireless screen mirroring
Wireless screen mirroring, however, comes in different flavors. In this article, we’ll cover cableless HDMI, streaming, and casting.
Cableless HDMI refers to the life mirroring of your PC screen to TV using WiFi.
The computer then packages this data so that it can be sent via a WiFi connection to the Airtame device, which is plugged into the TV or monitor via an HDMI port.
The Airtame device unpacks this information and displays it to the TV. It’s a kind of magic when you consider that this all happens in real-time as you are moving around on your computer.