Android devices are great, but their small size can sometimes be limiting. By connecting your device to a projector, you can share your screen with others for business or pleasure. Here are some options.
If you do not have a projector, you can also connect Android to a TV. However, projectors are a better option because they typically project a much larger screen than a TV, making them ideal for media playback or data presentation.
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Wireless Connection via Chromecast
The easiest way to connect an Android device to a projector is to use Google Chromecast. This requires your projector to support HDMI connections.
Once you have your Chromecast connected to the HDMI port, you can wirelessly stream the screen of your Android device to it. Your Chromecast will display the content through the projector.
Make sure you've turned off Energy Saver on your Android device as it may affect the quality of the stream.
If not done yet Download and install the Google Home app from the Google Play Store.
Open the Home app, and then tap the Accounts tab in the lower-right corner.
Scroll down and tap Mirror Device.
tab t tap "OK" to optimize the transfer. This should not prevent you from transferring your screen to a Chromecast.
Tap "Transfer Screen / Audio," and then select your Chromecast to connect to.
. Once you're connected, the screen above your Chromecast should begin streaming to your projector.
Not suitable, you can use a wired connection instead. All Android devices come with either a Micro USB or USB-C option.
With the right cable, you can connect your Android device to a projector that uses an HDMI cable directly. Another supported standard is MHL, which is also connected via HDMI ports.
USB C to HDMI Cable
Newer Android devices, such as the latest Samsung phones, use USB-C for charging. If you have a USB-C device, you can connect your device directly to an HDMI-enabled projector using a USB-C to HDMI cable.