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How to Connect your Phone to TV Wirelessly (Android)?
Want to play all your content from your phone to your smart TV? Do you want to connect your smartphone to your TV? or searching for How to mirror your smartphone or tablet on your TV
Did You Know? We all have more gadgets and smart devices in your home than ever before. But many of us don't know how to easily share content between them - because we assume it's a lot of annoyance.
Your smartphone is capable of doing a lot for you, and mirroring it on your TV might be another unique Interesting feature that you can take advantage of it. Although nowadays in every smartphone having a Screen Mirror option that easily casts your screen on TV has this capability, many of them do.
Here in this article, I will show you how to Connect your Phone to TV Wirelessly (Android)? Just simply follow the process below.

Connect to the TV using wireless projection (Android):

Using Wireless Projection (screen mirroring):
Almost in every smartphone, you find the "Wireless Projection" feature which will be able to cast directly to the TV for you, though most modern Android phones (Android 4.2 onwards) and Windows devices (Windows 8.1 onwards) will support this Wireless Projection. 

Turning on Wireless Projection and pairing your phone with a SmartTV:

Wireless Projection is the process of wirelessly streaming content from your phone or tablet, by connecting to the same WiFi network as your television.
  1. From the Home screen, tap the Menu key > Settings > Device Connectivity.
  2. Tap the "Wireless Projection" switch to turn it on.
  3. It asks to "Enable WiFi" (Enable WiFi to use Wireless Projection), Just simply choose to enable it.
  4. Tap the checkbox next to your phone's name to make your phone visible to your SmartTV.
  5. A list of available devices will be displayed.
  6. Select your SmartTV from the list.
  7. Select Pair this TV.
  8. That's it! your Smartphone is paired to your SmartTV now all your phone content is casting to your SmartTV.
If your smartphone doesn't have the "Wireless Projection" option, then try third party smartphone apps like AllCast (available in google play store) will be able to cast directly to the TV for you.
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