If you are one of those tech geeks who loves nothing more than to connect his android or tablet or other devices to his television –well, we just got the method by which you should be able to do just that. Of course, if you are not a tech geek, then you are probably wondering why on earth you would want to connect your android to your telly? Well, for starters, you can stream media files directly from your phone to your television. Here are a few methods by which you can connect your phone to your smart phone.
Wi-Fi: As long as you have a smart television, you should be able to use your Wi-Fi to connect your android or pair any other device with your television. A few manufacturers allow for wireless connection such as Samsung, Sony etc. With these television sets, you should be able to pair up your android and stream data from the same onto your TV. What’s more, both newer variants from Sony and Samsung allow for screen mirroring which allows you to mirror your android’s screen. You can now stream media files, pictures and other files to your television and even stream data right to the TV
#The right app: With the help of a few apps like iMediashare, you should be able to stream media and even live events to your television. These apps are perfect for streaming videos, pictures and other associated media files directly to your television; you can stream directly from your android and other DLNA enabled devices directly on to your television without a hitch. The only issue is that you may encounter a slight tine lag when you are connecting your device wirelessly to your television but the time lag should not be much.
#Google chromecast: You can also use Google’s chrome cast to directly cast media files from your android to your television. The best part about Chrome cast is that it is easy to use and you can download it from Google play store. Just run the Google home app and now all you need to do is to plug it into the HDMI port of your television. Once you have installed the Google home app, then you may want to choose screen cast/audio and then connect it to one of the devices. And if your device does not have cast button, you can always add it by using the quick settings and with this, you should be able to use Google chrome cast effectively.
#Cable: Sometimes the old methods work better than the new ones and that’s why you may want to consider connecting your android directly to your TV using a HDMI input cable. This should help resolve the time lag that you may have encountered with wireless connectivity and should help resolve the same. At least now, you can watch videos without any time lag and even stream media content from your android to your television effectively.
#USB port: Since your television is a smart television, it should come with an USB port. So make sure that you check to see if your television has an USB port, and in that case, all you need to do is to connect your android to the USB port. Once you have connected the device and is paired with the television, you should be able to stream all media files directly on to your television. This is why you may want to check out all the options on the table for connecting your android to the television directly.
With these options, you should be able to connect your android and all DLNA enabled devices directly to your television with ease. And if you are still not able to connect and stream media files to your television, then you may want to consult a professional to make that happen. And once your android or tablet is paired with your television, you should be able to share all the lovely pictures, videos with the rest of the family. After all, nothing helps a family bond closer than sharing an experience and now, wit these methods, you should be able to do so.