Android phones support wired connection, and MHL wired connection is actually the name of the HDMI mobile version. However, since Android 4.4, there have been fewer and fewer phones supporting this feature, and it is even difficult to find a phone that supports MHL screen projection.
Android phones also support wireless screen projection function. Generally speaking, regardless of the brand of phone, when ensuring that the phone and monitor are on the same WiFi condition, in Settings – Network and Connection, click on more connection methods to see the wireless display options, and then click to match.
Software screen projection
Of course, in addition to using the built-in and wired projection functions of the mobile phone system, we can also choose to use some software to achieve the projection function, such as Bijie projection. Many video software also supports screen casting function, which can be achieved by clicking the screen casting button on the playback page.
Hardware screen projection
- Connect the Bijie Interactive Box to the monitor or TV using an HDMI cable;
- Open the wireless screen projection function of your phone or laptop to search for the ID of the Bijie Interactive Box;
- After searching, click on Connect. After connecting, you can wirelessly project the content from your phone or laptop to your TV or monitor. It is very simple and practical, suitable for all current application scenarios.