How to display on tv

Although there are more and more things in our mobile phones, such as wonderful photos and videos, etc., the screen of mobile phones is too small to be shared by the whole family. What should we do? In a few simple steps, the small screen becomes large in an instant.

There are six ways to display

1. Airplay

AirPlay is a proprietary protocol stack/suite developed by Apple Inc. that allows wireless streaming between devices of audio, video, device screens, and photos, together with related metadata.

If you are an iPhone, you can use Airplay.

2. miracast

Miracast is a standard for wireless connections from sending devices (such as laptops, tablets, or smartphones) to display receivers (such as TVs, monitors, or projectors), introduced in 2012 by the Wi-Fi Alliance. It can roughly be described as “HDMI over Wi-Fi“, replacing the cable from the device to the display.  

If you are an Android, you can use Miracast.

3. WiDi

WiDi was technology developed by Intel that enabled users to stream music, movies, photos, videos and apps without wires from a compatible computer to a compatible HDTV or through the use of an adapter with other HDTVs or monitors.

If you are Windows, you can use Miracast.


DLNA aims to solve the interconnection of wireless networks and wired networks including personal computers, consumer electronics and mobile devices, making it possible for unlimited sharing and growth of digital media and content services

5. Google cast

Google Cast, branded for consumer devices as Chromecast built-in, is a proprietary protocol developed by Google for initiating and controlling playback of Internet-streamed audio/video content on a compatible device. 

The protocol is used by mobile devicespersonal computers, and smart speakers to play content on a digital media player connected to a high-definition television or home audio system.


BJCast is the Mirror Sender, can cooperation with BJCast TV app or BiJie Meeting Box. It allows you to use the local network connection (Wi-Fi/Ethernet) with your family and friends to experience the new fun of sharing the screen to BJCast TV APP or BiJie Meeting Box. 

It needs to install software at the transmitter, and supports iOS, Windows, Android, Mac

How to do on TV

The following methods are about how to operate on TV. One is to use box or dongle for display, the other is to install software on TV. Choose one of the two methods, and both can be used.

1. Use Box or Dongle

You can use projector for display, take the commercial projector as an example, such as BiJie Box/Barco ClickShare/VIA or buy a consumer wireless dongle on Amazon(may be unstable).

BiJie’s Meeting Box supports BJCast / Airport / GooleCast / Miracast / WiDi / DLNA. You only need to connect the box to the TV through the HDMI cable. It also supports multiple mobile phones to cast the screen at the same time.

2. Install APP ON tv

If your TV is smart TV, you just need to download BJCast, and the BJCast has the following features

Wireless Display Protocols:

BJCast supports a variety of wireless transmission protocol AirPlay / Google Cast / DLNA / BJCast

Multiple Operating Systems:

BJCast supports iOS 6·7·8·9·10·11·12·13 / macOS / Windows XP·8·10 / Android / Linux, BiJie can be compatible with mainstream operating systems

Multiple Applications:

BJCast supports iTunes / YouTube / Safari / Chrome / Netflix / Hulu More

 Encrypted transmission:

BJCast is transmitted over the network when your personal photos and videos (AirPlay) using encrypted transmission

More advantages:

Video hardware acceleration (improve the efficiency of 40% shows), high-resolution images (4K), background service mode, set personalization features such as device names.

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