Given how useful screen mirroring is, it is a surprise that such a feature has not been made more efficient in Android mobile. However, in case you still need to mirror your Android screen to your PC or laptop for some reason, we have got you covered.
Cast Android Mobile Screen To PC Or Laptop
Here are some simple and free methods for mirroring your Android mobile screen to your laptop or PC.
Sadly, since the mirroring feature is not usually found in Android mobiles, one has to look for an external option. One such way of mirroring an Android phone to a laptop or PC employs the use of good software/app. Now don’t worry, none of these software/apps cost a thing, and in fact, below are some of the best ones to use:
- AirDroid Cast
- Screen Stream Mirroring
All of these work in two parts. Firstly, as an app available on the Google Play store that needs to be downloaded onto your Android phone, and secondly, as software that needs to be installed on your PC/laptop. Don’t worry, all of these listed apps are free to install and use.
Once the installations are complete, the rest is quick and easy. From here on, you should be able to use the newly installed app on your Android phone and the new software on your laptop or PC to establish a connection between the two that allows you to mirror your Android screen onto your laptop or PC easily.
2). Make Use Of Windows 10’s Casting Feature
If you have a Windows 10 laptop or PC, you can use their amazing “Connect” app to screen mirror your Android phone to your PC or laptop. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to do it:
Note: Before you start, make sure your Android phone and your PC/laptop are connected to the same Wi-Fi network. If you don’t have Wi-Fi then follow this how to mirror Android Phone to tv without Wi-Fi.
- Switch on your laptop or PC and head over to the settings.
- Choose “System” from the given options.
- Scroll down and select “Project to this PC.“
- Change the setting of the three available options to the following:
Set the first one to “Available Everywhere.”
The second to “Only the first time”
Leave the last option as it is.
- Now, head over to your phone’s notification bar.
- From there, head over to the “Screen Cast” option. Enable it.
- A search should automatically start for visible devices. Once your laptop appears, select it.
- Give the necessary permission required to mirror your Android phone’s screen to your laptop or PC.
- You are good to go. To disconnect, simply reverse the settings on your PC or laptop and disable the “Screen Cast” option from your Android phone, and the screen mirroring should stop.
And there you have it. The different possible ways that you can use to mirror your Android phone’s screen to your laptop or PC. Now that you know how to do it, feel free to make use of this information to get your work complete.