New App Store apps called Mirror for Samsung TV and Mirror for LG TV, both developed by AirBeamTV BV, let you wirelessly broadcast your iOS 11 device’s screen to supported Smart TVs with ease.
For these apps to work, both your iPhone/iPad and Smart TV must be connected to the same Wi-Fi network.
How do I mirror my iPad to my smart TV wirelessly?
Top 3 Ways to Mirror iPhone to Samsung TV
- Connect your AV adapter to the charging port of your iOS device.
- Get your HDMI cable and then connect it to the adapter.
- Connect the other end of the HDMI cable to your Samsung Smart TV.
- Turn on the TV and select the appropriate HDMI input with your remote control.
How do I link my iPad to my Smart TV?
By far, the simplest way to connect your iPhone or iPad to your TV is to use a cable like Apple’s Digital AV Adapter, which connects your Apple device to your TV’s HDMI port. You’ll also need a standard HDMI cable—any one will do, so just buy the least expensive one you can find.
How can I mirror my iPad to my TV?
Mirror your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
- Open Control Center: On iPhone X or later or iPad with iOS 12 or later: Swipe down from the upper-right corner of the screen.
- Tap Screen Mirroring.
- Select your Apple TV from the list.
- If an AirPlay passcode appears on your TV screen, enter the passcode on your iOS device.
Does LG Smart TV support AirPlay?
Following in the footsteps of Samsung and Vizio, LG today at CES 2019 announced that AirPlay 2 and HomeKit support is coming to its 2019 smart TVs. AirPlay 2 support will allow users to stream videos, music, photos, and more directly from an iPhone, iPad, and Mac to new LG smart TVs, complete with lock screen controls.
How can I mirror my iPhone to my LG Smart TV for free?
Open your TV and launch “TV cast”. Ensure your iPhone and LG TV are under the same Wi-Fi network. Use your TV’s remote control to open “LG Content Store” and you can find the same TV & Cast on the right side of the screen. Configure the app on TV by filling the IP address shown on your iPhone.
How do I connect my iPad to my LG Smart TV wirelessly?
Share using LG Screen Share App
- Download the LG Screen Share App.
- Ensure that the mobile device and your LG TV is on the same Wi-Fi network.
- If you do not have a wired or wireless network, see how to connect your devices via Wi-Fi-Direct™.
- Activate the smart share app opn your device.
How can I mirror my iPad to my TV without Apple TV?
Part 4: AirPlay Mirroring without Apple TV via AirServer
- Download AirServer.
- Swipe up from the bottom of your iPhone screen.
- Simply go through the list of AirPlay receivers.
- Select the device and then toggle mirroring from OFF to ON.
- Now whatever you do on your iOS device will be mirrored to your computer!
Can you AirPlay to a smart TV?
iTunes video and AirPlay 2 coming to Samsung’s Smart TVs. According to Apple’s own website, “leading TV manufacturers are integrating AirPlay 2 directly into their TVs, so now you can effortlessly share or mirror almost anything from your iOS device or Mac directly to your AirPlay 2-enabled smart TV.”
How do I project my iPad to my TV wirelessly?
Connect your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to a display:
- Plug your Digital AV or VGA adapter into the charging port on the bottom of your iOS device.
- Connect an HDMI or VGA cable to your adapter.
- Connect the other end of your HDMI or VGA cable to your secondary display (TV, monitor, or projector).
How do I mirror my iPad to my Smart TV?
Here’s how to mirror what’s on your iPhone or iPad display:
- Ensure that both the Apple TV and iOS device are on the same Wi-Fi network.
- On the iOS device, swipe up to reveal the Control Center.
- Tap the “AirPlay Mirroring” button.
- Select “Apple TV” from the list.
How do I mirror my iPad to my LG TV?
- Launch the Mirror for LG TV app. It will start looking for your LG TV(s) on your local network. When a TV is found, select it.
- Click on ‘Start Mirroring’ to start mirroring on the TV that is currently selected.
- Select ‘Mirror LG TV’ and press ‘Start Broadcast’ to start mirroring on your selected LG TV.
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