How to Screen Mirroring to a Samsung TV

in this post, I will share with you How to Screen Mirroring to a Samsung TV? Your photos are great, but do you know what makes them even more stunning? Project them on the big screen. Smart View allows you to wirelessly connect your compatible Samsung device to your Samsung Smart TV or Odyssey Ark Gaming display. Cast your photos, videos, presentations, and games to the big screen, and look great.

NOTE: Available screens and settings may vary by the wireless service provider, software version, and device model. Smart View is not available on all devices. Your device must be connected to the same Wi-Fi network as your TV for screen mirroring to work.

Screen Mirroring and Casting to TV

How to Screen Mirroring to a Samsung TV

As technology advances, so does the vocabulary associated with it. I’m very confused by the current usage of terms like “screen mirroring” and “casting”. what do they all mean All you really need to know is that they both let you stream videos, photos, and other content from your phone to your smart TV.

What is screen mirroring?

The answer is in the name. It’s screen mirroring. With this feature, you can mirror your smartphone screen to a larger screen such as a smart TV. Your TV will show you exactly what you have on your phone, including videos, photos, and settings menus. When you do something on your phone (like moving to another app), that action also appears on the other screen.

On Galaxy devices, the screen mirroring feature is called Smart View.
You can easily mirror your screen with Smart View by tapping the Smart View icon and following a few simple steps.

On the iPhone, the Screen Mirroring feature is called AirPlay and does exactly the same thing as mirroring an image, video, or other media. Using AirPlay is similar to using Smart View, but slightly different.

Whichever you have, it’s a great way to share your phone’s videos, photos, and more directly with your smart TV.

Galaxy Smart View Interface:

Galaxy Smart View Interface

Most new Samsung mobile devices have Smart View built-in. You can also download the Smart View app if it’s not a native feature on your device.

Sounds great, right? But there’s a catch: Smart View only sends content to certain compatible receivers, like a Chromecast, Fire Stick, or Samsung’s own Smart TV. More recently, Samsung restricted this further on the latest Android operating systems by only allowing Smart View to share content with other Samsung-branded devices.

Can I use Smart View to mirror my mobile device screen to a Mac or Windows computer? What if I don’t own a Samsung Smart TV? It explains how to mirror and offers some simple workarounds for different situations.
To mirror your computer, you need Reflector, an app that turns your computer into a wireless mirroring receiver. Smart View allows you to mirror your Samsung mobile device directly onto your computer screen using Reflector. No cables, no compatibility issues, and no hassles.

Apple AirPlay Interface:

Apple AirPlay Interface

AirPlay compatibility is required to stream audio or video content from a macOS or iOS device to an external device such as a TV or speaker.

While the Apple TV box is the preferred solution for most people, there are plenty of other AirPlay alternatives to consider.

Also Read: How to Mirror Your Smartphone on Samsung TV Screen Easily!

AirPlay 2 provides the ability to stream content to multiple devices simultaneously. AirPlay 2 is backward compatible, so finding the best AirPlay receiver is important.

What is Screen Casting?

The word “casting” has no definite meaning, as it can be used in many other contexts. However, for telephony and television, “casting” means transmitting audio or images in real time over the Internet.

What is Screen Casting

Certain apps like Netflix and YouTube let you cast videos directly from your phone to the big screen. If you don’t have a smart TV, you can still stream videos using third-party streaming devices like Chromecast and Amazon Firestick.
For streaming, the video or movie will only be displayed on the TV. You can control the video with your phone, but you can also close the app and do other things without interrupting the video as long as the phone is still connected. It’s a convenient way to

If you have an iPhone or iPad, you can AirPlay to your TV.

Mirror your Samsung TV with Smart View

Mirror your Samsung TV with Smart View

IMPORTANT: Make sure your TV is turned on and connected to the same Wi-Fi network as your phone. Some TVs require you to switch inputs or enable screen mirroring. Compatibility with non-Samsung TVs may vary or may not be available

See your TV’s user guide for more information. SmartView is not an app you download to your phone, it’s located in the quick settings panel.

  1. Project your photos and videos from your phone or tablet onto your TV to make a big message. Conversely, you can also stream your TV to your smartphone or tablet screen.
  2. Swipe down from the top of the screen with two fingers to open the quick settings panel. Then swipe to and tap the Smart View icon.
    1. Note: If you don’t see the Smart View icon, try swiping left. If you still don’t see it, your device may not be compatible or you may need to add it to your panel.

  3. From the list of available devices, tap your TV and tap Start Now. If prompted, enter your PIN or allow access to the connection.
  4. The device screen will be displayed on the TV.
  5. If you want to stream your TV screen to your phone or tablet, you can do it if your TV supports it. Return to the Smart View main page, tap Other DevicesPhone, and select your TV.
  6. To switch back, tap Phone > Other Devices.

When you have finished using Smart View, tap the Smart View icon on your phone and tap Disconnect. If you need help editing the icons in the quick settings panel, read our guide.

Screen mirror using a DeX cable or HDMI cable

Screen mirror using a DeX cable or HDMI cable

Note: The Galaxy Z Flip, Galaxy A, and Galaxy J series do not support HDMI output.

If you can’t connect your phone or tablet to a TV wirelessly, you can still screen mirror using a DeX cable or a USB-C to HDMI cable. Just connect the cable to your TV. On some models, it may start screen mirroring automatically. Other times, you may need to swipe down from the top of your device’s screen to open the Notification panel. Then, tap the Samsung DeX notification that says “Tap here to switch to screen mirroring.” Now select the correct source on your TV and whatever is displayed on your phone will appear on the TV.

Download Screen Mirroring Samsung TV

Screen mirroring works for your TV that should support Wireless Display and the TV must be connected to wifi network the same as your phone. use Screen Mirroring App to mirror your mobile screen to a smart TV.

Screen mirroring for Samsung smart tv is the best app for mirroring and broadcasting your mobile Android screen and audio in real-time!


Tips for mirroring with Smart View

Here are some tips if you have trouble mirroring your phone or tablet:

If you don’t see your phone or tablet, you may need permission from your TV. Restart your device and TV, then try connecting again. Select Allow when it appears on your TV. Also, make sure to check for software updates on your device. If the problem persists, factory reset your phone or tablet.

Samsung TV allows you to bypass permission for the device to access the TV. In your TV settings, go to General > External Device Manager. Go to Device Connect Manager and select Access Notification. Set this to Off to automatically connect to your device when using Smart View. From the Device Connect Manager screen, you can also select Device List to manage the devices connected to your TV.

If the screen keeps going blank, change the screen timeout setting. Under Settings, search for and select Screen timeout. From there, adjust settings to help your phone or tablet work longer.

With the Smart View menu minimized, tap the Smart View icon on your smartphone or tablet. The smart View control menu only appears on connected devices.

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