Wireless screen mirroring (also called screen casting or Miracast) is a very useful and convenient feature that allows you to project your phone’s contents like exciting racing games and movies on TV or PC to get a better cable-free viewing experience.
Wireless screen mirroring can be easily performed from the Wireless Display feature on the MIUI operating system. Today we will tell you how to connect Wiko Harry2 to TV or PC.
Now, the idea of connecting Wiko Harry2 to a TV is not new, quite the contrary. As a result, there are several ways to connect your Wiko Harry2 to TV, some of which are easier than others. Below is a basic overview of each method.
Before enabling the Wireless Display function, you need to check if your Windows PC supports Miracast or if the TV belongs to smart TVs. There are two types of connection:
If the PC or TV monitor screen is already equipped with the integrated Miracast function, simply connect it to Wi-Fi to activate it. Once you find your Wiko Harry2, the content will appear on the screen.
However, if your screen does not include Miracast technology, you will need a Miracast Dongle. On the market, you will find numerous models of Wi-Fi Dongle or Miracast mini-box.
Connect Wiko Harry2 to TV via Miracast
The option is used to transmit the smartphone screen onto a TV screen. To activate the function, use WiFi (Miracast technology) by following these steps:
- Settings> Display> Cast Screen. From there, click on the icon at the top on the right and activate the wireless display.
- After activating WiFi, you will have to choose the TV connection mode related to screen mirroring.
How to connect Wiko Harry2 to TV using Google Chromecast
Then there is the Google Chromecast. This device allows you to stream content from your Android smartphone or tablet directly to the TV. All you have to do is install the Google Home app, which you will find for free in the Play Store and connect the Chromecast to the TV’s HDMI port.
In the Google Home app menu, select Cast Screen / Audio, then tap the blue button, then select the device you want to connect to.
Alternatively, some devices have a Cast button in the quick settings panel, found by scrolling down from the top of the device screen. If the Cast option is not available, you may be able to add it to the quick settings in your phone’s options.
The right app can help
Free streaming applications such as “iMediaShare – Photos and Music” are useful. They allow you to transfer photos, videos and music from your Wiko Harry2 to your TV or tablet to Smart TV or other DLNA-enabled devices, such as audio systems and set-top boxes.
With iMediaShare, you can select by file type and even play videos in automatic succession on your TV. Another option is to install Android apps on the TV itself.