How to Share Windows 11 or 10 Screen to Android TV?

Nowadays, almost all houses are equipped with Android TV. Everybody wants to watch movies or videos or play games on a large screen rather than a 13-inch small laptop screen.

It is pretty easy to connect your laptop screen to an Android TV. Earlier, we were using an HDMI cable to connect the laptop to the normal TV. Now, each laptop and Android TV is lashed with Wi-Fi. So, we can use this built-in Wi-Fi to connect to Android TV with our laptops. There is no need to purchase a separate HDMI cable to join the PC with the TV.

In this gearupwindows article, you will learn to cast or share Windows 11 or 10 device screens to Android TV.

Requirements to Cast Windows 11 Screen to Android TV

To cast the screen, both your Windows 11/10 computer and Android TV must have the following:-

  • Android TV should be compatible with Miracast.
  • Windows 11 machine should be compatible with Miracast.
  • Android TV and Windows PC should be connected to the same Wi-Fi network.

Check whether Windows 11/10 and Android TV Cast are Compatible

For Windows 11 and 10 PCs

Step 1. First, open DirectX Diagnostic Tool.

To do that, use the Windows + R hotkey to open the Run dialog box. Then, type dxdiag and hit the Enter key on the keyboard to launch DirectX Diagnostic Tool.

Step 2. When the “DirectX Diagnostic Tool” appears on your computer, click on the Save All Information button at the bottom.

Step 3. Select Desktop to save the file, name the file as DxDiag and click the Save button.

Step 4. Now, double-click on the DxDiag.txt file to open it. Press Ctrl + F and type Miracast. Then, hit the Enter key on the keyboard.

If beside the Miracast, you see “Available, with HDCP,” it means you can easily cast Windows 11/10 to Android TV.

However, if besides the Miracast, you see “Not supported by Graphics driver,” that means your computer is missing important drivers or your PC is not compatible with Miracast.

You should check with your computer manufacturer whether it supports Miracast. If yes, then update the drivers of your computer to make the Miracast work.

For Android TV

Once you have a Miracast-compatible computer, now you should know whether your Android TV supports the same. Depending on the manufacturer and model of the TV, Miracast settings may be available in different menus. You need to find out and enable the same if required. Please note that on some Android TVs, you may need to install the Miracast application to make it work.

How to Cast Windows 11 Screen to your Android TV?

Once you note that your Android TV and Windows 11 are equipped with Miracast technology, use these steps to cast Windows 11 screen to Android TV:-

Step 1. Open Windows 11 Settings.

To do that, you can use Windows + I keyboard shortcut. Or, right-click on the Start button and select Settings in the menu.

Step 2. When the Settings window appears on the screen, select Apps in the left panel.

Step 3. Then, click on the Optional features tile on the right sidebar.

Step 4. Next, click on the View features button beside the “Add an optional feature” option.

Step 5. On the “Add an optional feature” dialog box, click on the search bar and type Wireless Display.

Step 6. Next, check the checkbox beside Wireless Display.

Step 7. After that, click the Next button.

Step 8. Then, click the Install button.

Step 9. Now, turn on your Android TV and connect to the same WiFi you are using for your PC.

Step 10. On your Windows 11 PC, turn on Wi-Fi.

Step 11. Next, press the Windows + K to open the Cast screen. Alternatively, open Quick Settings menu using Windows + A hotkey and select Cast tile.

Step 12. Once done, available devices will appear. Click on the device in the list you want to connect.

Step 13. If prompted by your TV, allow the connection.

Optionally, you can check or uncheck the “Allow mouse, keyboard, touch, and pen input from this device” option on your PC. Here, you can choose “Duplicate,” “Extend,” or “Second screen only” for how you want to project the display.

Just click the Disconnect button if you want to terminate the connection.

How to Duplicate Windows 10 Screen to your Android TV?

To share your Windows 11 Screen to your Android TV, use these steps:-

Step 1. Very first, open Windows 10 Settings.

Step 2. Then, click on Apps.

Step 3. After that, select Apps & features in the left side.

Step 4. Next, click the Optional features link on the right sidebar.

Step 5. On the following screen, click the Add a feature button.

Step 6. Then, type Wireless Display in the search bar.

Step 7. After that, check the checkbox before “Wireless Display.”

Step 8. Then, click the Install button to install it on your Windows 10 PC.

Step 9. Now, turn on your Android TV and connect to the same WiFi you are using for your PC.

Step 10. On your Windows 10 PC, turn on Wi-Fi.

Step 11. Next, press the Windows + K to open the Connect screen.

Step 12. Once done, available devices will appear. Click on the device in the list you want to connect.

Step 13. If prompted by your Android TV, allow the connection.

In case you want to remove screen sharing, press Windows + K to open Connect window and click the Disconnect button.

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