How To Enable Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+ Screen Mirroring For Wireless SmartTV Connection


In the following tutorial, you will learn easy ways to Connect your smartphone to TV via wireless connection. This guide is going to focus on the the method to cast screen from Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+ to Smart TV. Method below can be used with Samsung branded or any other TV set.

Samsung unveiled its Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus smartphones earlier this year. Both devices sport stunning Super AMOLED display that has become famous for its superior quality compared to screens on other smartphone brands. With fast Snapdragon 835 processor, new Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus are capable of projecting HD and 4K content like a breeze. We at RazinTech keep out readers regularly informed about latest developments, tricks and tools that help users of Samsung’s new flagships enhance their experience and get the most out their device. As promised, we are going to share with you guys a few useful methods that will enable you to Enable Screen Mirroring on Samsung Galaxy S8 & S8 Plus to project your smartphone’s screen on a bigger display of a smart or normal TV set with HD display. So let’s see how to connect Galaxy S8/S8+ with TV to cast screen on external Samsung and other TV sets.


How To Mirror Screen from Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus To TV via AllShare Cast:

This method is best for those who don’t own a smart TV but want to connect Galaxy S8 to TV although owners of smart TVs can also apply this all purpose solution to cast Samsung Galaxy S8 screen on their television sets. This requires using a tool called AllShare Cast Hub.

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1 – Power on your TV set and then AllShare Cast.

2 – With an HDMI Cable, connect your TV with AllShare Cast Hub.

3 – Upon successful connection you will see a blue light on AllShare Cast device.

4 – Now grab your Samsung Galaxy S8 or S8 Plus and navigate to Settings > Screen Mirroring > Turn ON this feature.

5 – Once you have enabled screen mirroring, it will start scanning for nearby devices.

6 – Now select AllShare Cast dongle and enter PIN as shown on TV screen.

7 – That’s all.

You have successfully managed to connect Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+ to TV.

How To Cast Screen From Samsung Galaxy S8 / S8+ To a Samsung Smart TV:

The above method requires purchasing a third-party device to wirelessly mirror screen from Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+ to a Smart TV. However, if you already own a Samsung branded smart television set, then there is no need to buy any third-party app or device. Here is how its done:

1 – Grab your Samsung SmartTV remote and press input.

2 – Next, select Screen Mirroring from your SmartTV screen.

3 – Now head over to the Galaxy S8/S8+ quick settings and tap on Screen Mirroring.

4 – Wait for your phone to finish searching for the nearby devices.

5 – When complete, select Samsung Smart TV from search result list.

6 – That’s it.

There is another tool that you can use to share screen between PC and mobile device. See the steps below for it.

How To Share Screen Between Mobile and PC:

This method involves using Samsung’s own tool that you can grab free from the official source link shared below. Here are the steps on how to use SideSync by Samsung to share Mobile Screen with PC Windows or Mac.

1 – Download SideSync on your Mac or Windows PC. Users of Android devices can download SideSync from the Google Play Store.

2 – Install SideSync on your device.

3 – Now connect your mobile device with PC using USB cable or WiFi network. Using USB data cable for sharing files between PC and mobile is a preferable option. For sharing screen, WiFi connection is a suitable choice.

4 – Power on your Samsung Smart TV and connect your mobile with it using same WiFi network. However, if you don’t own a smart TV or a Samsung branded TV, then follow the AllShare Cast Hub method above.

5 – That’s all.

Congrats! You have learnt different ways to connect Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+ to Smart TV. Do share this post with friends to let them join the fun.

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