How to turn on the screen mirroring function of Miracast? Teach you how to use it

Miracast screen projection function is a convenient and fast wireless screen projection technology that allows users to project content from mobile phones, tablets, and other devices onto large screens such as televisions and monitors for viewing. Below, we will provide a detailed introduction on how to turn on the Miracast screen casting function to help everyone better enjoy the convenience brought by screen casting.

Introduction to Miracast Screen Projection Function

Miracast screen casting technology is a Wi Fi based wireless screen casting technology that supports screen casting between Android and Windows devices. Through Miracast technology, users can project content from mobile phones, tablets, and other devices to large screens such as televisions and monitors that support Miracast, achieving wireless transmission of images.

How to turn on Miracast screen projection function

  1. Ensure that the device supports Miracast screen mirroring function

Firstly, make sure that your device supports Miracast screen mirroring function. At present, most Android phones and tablets on the market support the Miracast screen projection function, and Windows 10 systems also have the Miracast function built-in. If your device does not support Miracast screen mirroring, you can try upgrading the system or installing third-party screen mirroring software to achieve the mirroring function.

  1. Enable Miracast function on the device

Find the “Settings” option on the device and enter the “Connection” or “Wireless” settings page. Under the “Wireless Display” or “Screen Mirroring” options, enable the “Miracast” function. If your device is an Android device, you can also find the “More Connection Methods” or “Wireless Display” options in “Settings” and enable the “Miracast” function after entering.

  1. Connect the device to the receiving end

Turn on the “Wi Fi” or “wireless” function on the device, search and connect to the same Wi Fi network as the receiving end. The receiving end can be a Miracast supported TV, monitor, or other device. Ensure that the Miracast function is enabled on the receiving end and wait for the connection request from the receiving end.

  1. Start screen casting

Open the content you want to project on your device, such as videos, games, photos, etc. When playing or displaying content, select the “screen mirroring” or “screen mirroring” options. At this point, the device will automatically search for available receivers and display them in the list. Select the receiving end you want to screen cast, click on the connection to start the screen cast.

  1. Adjusting screen projection settings

During the screen casting process, you can adjust the screen casting settings as needed. For example, you can choose screen resolution, audio output method, etc. These settings can be adjusted in the “Settings” on the device or in the settings on the receiving end.

  1. End screen casting

When you want to end the screen mirroring, you can turn off the mirroring function on the device or disconnect from the receiver. Find the “Settings” option on the device, enter the “Connection” or “Wireless” settings page, turn off the “Miracast” function or disconnect from the receiver. At the receiving end, screen mirroring can also be terminated by disconnecting the connection.


When using the Miracast projection function, make sure that both the device and the receiver support the Miracast function and are correctly connected to the same Wi Fi network. If you encounter problems such as connection failure or screen lag, you can try restarting the device or receiver, or check if the network connection is stable. At the same time, attention should also be paid to protecting personal privacy and avoiding the disclosure of sensitive personal information in public places.