Mobile screen projection – How does Samsung S23 project screen to TV? Bijie terminal supports Samsung screen projection

The Bijie wireless projection terminal supports projection protocols such as Miracast, AirPlay, WiDi, Googlecast, HUAWEIcast+, so the Samsung S23 can use the Bijie terminal for projection. In addition, there are several common methods to project the Samsung S23 screen onto a TV:

1. Use HDMI cable:

If your TV has an HDMI interface, you can use an HDMI cable to directly connect your phone to the TV. Firstly, make sure you have an HDMI adapter suitable for S23 or fully equipped with devices that support MHL (Mobile HD Link) technology. Then, insert one end into the phone and the other end into the HDMI input port of the TV.

2. Wireless screen projection:

The Samsung S23 supports wireless projection technologies such as Miracast and Google Cast. To use these features, you need a smart TV that supports the corresponding technology or by purchasing additional devices to achieve this feature. Find the “Display” option in your phone settings and select “Wireless Display”. Then follow the instructions to pair the phone with the TV and start screen mirroring.

3. Use DLNA protocol:

DLNA (Digital Life Network Alliance) is a standard protocol for sharing content and transmitting data between multimedia devices. If you have a smart TV or other related device that supports the DLNA protocol, you can install and open a DLNA client application to achieve screen mirroring from S23 to TV.

In summary, the Samsung S23 provides a variety of convenient and flexible ways to project content from mobile phones to televisions. Regardless of whether you choose to use wired or wireless methods for screen projection, please ensure that your selected solution is compatible with the available devices on hand, and follow the relevant instructions correctly to successfully complete the task.