Use Wireless Screen Mirroring To Display Your Windows 10 Computer Screen On The TV

If you have a personal computer or laptop that has the Microsoft® Windows® 10 operating system installed, you can use the wireless Screen mirroring feature to display or extend your computer screen to a TV compatible with Miracast™ technology .

Before You Start
On your TV
* Turn on the Wi-Fi® setting of the TV. Check the manual for model-specific information.Manuals are posted on your model support page.
* Depending on your TV type, follow the steps below to turn on the Screen mirroring feature. * Android TV™ 1. On the supplied remote control, press the HOME button. . Under Apps, select Screen mirroring. . Follow the on-screen directions to complete the setup. * Other TV models 1. On the supplied remote control, press the INPUT button. . Select Screen mirroring.

* Note: If the TV is connected to a wireless network, it will disconnect while the screen mirroring process is active.

On your computer
1. Turn on the computer’s Wi-Fi setting.
2. Click the Start button.
3. In the Start Menu, scroll to and click Settings. * The Windows Logo + I key combination will also take you to the Settings screen.

4. In the Settings window, click Devices.
5. In the Devices screen, under Bluetooth & other devices, look for your device under the Audio or Other devices listings.
6. Select the display device you want to connect to. Note: * If the TV connects and displays the Windows screen, then it may be in the Extended Mode. * The Windows Logo + P key combination will take you to the Project screen. * Select Duplicate to view the computer screen on the TV.

7. The computer screen should now appear on your TV.

* In certain cases, a computer upgraded to Windows 10 may not support the Miracast feature. * To verify Miracast support on the computer, select Start → Connect. The Connect app will advise if your Windows 10 computer allows screen mirroring.
* Computers upgraded from legacy operating systems may not support Miracast.

* Computers that belong to enterprise or virtual private networks may not support Miracast depending on administrator settings.
* If your TV doesn’t support Miracast technology, you may be able to utilize a 3rd party Miracast adapter (dongle) that connects to an HDMI port on the TV.