A mobile phone with a screen and an Miracast connection

A mobile phone with a screen and an Miracast connection

Now with the update to Windows 10, Windows computers come with the Miracast protocol, and many people want to try using their phones on the same screen as their computer. Small make up in this has to say that the Win10 update seems to be more convenient and mobile phone multi-screen interaction, but the vast majority of our computer network card and video card is not supported.

Android Phone and Computer Link (Miracast)

Prerequisites:

  1. Wireless coverage is a must.
  2. An Android phone and a Windows 10 computer use the same wireless network (in the same LAN) and the computer’s hardware (network card and display card must support Miracast).

Here’s a good place to start, with android’s multi-screen interactive – automatic search.

First: the automatic search here is mainly to see if you can find your computer device, if you can, the computer will appear a popup, match, confirm to complete the connection.

Second: Some computers are Windows 10 systems, but their own hardware does not support the Miracast protocol and cannot be connected if a search is found. The result of an unsupported computer hardware is an expression such as “Win10 does not support Miracast” or “the device may not display your Miracast because its hardware is not designed for wireless projection”, which can give up an Miracast straight.

Third: If the mobile phone can’t search the device, then there is hope, so we need to set it on the computer:

  1. Enter Services.MSC (Microsoft Management Console) – Enter Windows services.
  2. After entering the service, open Windows

(1)SSDPDiscovery

(2)WindowsMediaPlayerNetworkSharingService

For the above two services, right-click to set to start (auto).

  1. Set up network:

In Control Panel – Network and Internet- Network and Sharing Center, set the current computer’s wireless network type to Home Network.

  1. Open windowsmediaplayer and click:

(1)Allows remote control of my player

(2)Automatically allows the device to play my media

And leave windowsmediaplayer on, select allow from more streaming options.

  1. After you’ve done this, you can turn on your phone and interact with multiple screens, and you can see that there’s already a discovery device.

Of course, after doing all this you can still find out that your computer’s hardware device does not support Miracast, come up with [Win10 does not support Miracast] or [the device may not display your content because its hardware is not designed for wireless projection].

The way android phones and iphones can share the same screen onto computers requires the use of AWIND’s professional wireless projector

Connect the wireless projection device to the computer’s host computer via an HDMI cable (HDMI ports are available at the back of the host computer);

Pull a cable to the wireless projection device; (The iPhone can connect to the Airplay screen image while surfing the Web, but the Android phone can’t, so pull up a cable to the wireless projector.)

Android mobile phone multi-screen interaction – select the name of the wireless projector – pairing (password 12345678) – complete the screen projection;

IPhone – Airplay screen image – Select wireless projector name – Pair (password 12345678) – Complete screen projection.

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