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Mirror Android Screen using Chromecast – How to

Mirror Android Screen
Written by Hassan Abbas

Mirror Android To ChromeCast: Google also makes it quite easy and simple to check the screen of any Android phone to a TV connected to a Chromecast. Using Pixel phones, you’ll actually find the choice to cast your screen right in the notification shade. But for any other phone, you can simply cast your screen from right in the Google Home app.

How to mirror your Android screen with Chromecast

Follow the steps to mirror your Android screen with Chromecast:

Step 1:

Remember your phone and Chromecast are connected to the same Wi-Fi network.

Step 2:

Then open the Google Home app on your phone.

Step 3:

Click the Chromecast you like to mirror your phone to.

Step 4:

Click Cast my screen.

Step 5:

Click Cast screen.

Step 6:

However, Google will warn you not to display any passwords or other confidential data while screen recording or casting your screen. Click Start now to cast your screen to your Chromecast.

Step 7:

You can also control the volume in the Home app and also click the Stop mirroring button when you’re done.

All done! Once done casting your phone to your TV. You can find the controls for switching off screencasting in the Google Home app or in the notification shade.

Make sure that screen mirroring also works the same with Google smart displays you may have set up in your home. Whenever everything is set up in the Google Home app and running on the same Wi-Fi network, you can also cast your phone’s screen to a Nest Home Hub or Nest Home Hub Max using the following same steps.

The Simplest Way to Mirror your Phone to Your TV

Many media apps offer Chromecast support these days. However, it’s always good to have screen mirroring available for situations that call for it.

Conclusion:

Here’s all about “Mirror Android To ChromeCast”. For further queries and questions let us know in the comments section below!

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Hassan Abbas

Tech enthusiast with too many items on his wish-list and not nearly enough money! Specializing in all things tech, with a slight Apple bent he has been writing for various blogs for the best part of (too many) years

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