How to Mirror Android Phone Screen to Hisense Roku TV

Here's how to start casting your screen content to a larger display on Hisense Roku smart TV.

Viewing content from our Android mobile devices may not always justify the quality, hence a bigger screen is sometimes warranted. For instance, you may want to watch a video, movie or live TV show and view a slideshow or check out web pages. These content come in better quality if you see them on your TV screen.

Hisense Roku TV allows you to mirror the screen from your Android phone or tablet device. Simply by enabling the feature, you can endlessly watch whatever you want on your mobile phone to a better and larger view by way of screen casting. Let’s check out how you can mirror your Android phone and tablet screen to Roku smart TV by Hisense.

How to Enable Screen Mirroring or Casting Feature on Hisense Roku Smart TV

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Before you can enjoy the screen casting support on your Hisense Roku TV, you need to turn on the feature first. On your Roku TV, launch the Settings menu and then go to System. Choose the Screen Mirroring option and go to the Screen Mirroring mode. From there, you can set it Prompt or Always Allow. In case you want to turn it off, follow the same path and select Never allow.

Steps to Mirror and Cast your Content from Android Phone or Tablet to a Hisense Roku TV

To start, connect your Android smartphones and your Hisense Roku TV to the same network connection. Open the Settings menu of your Android device. Look for any of the following terms: Smart View, Quick Connect, SmartShare, AllShare Cast, Wireless Display, Display Mirroring, HTC Connect, Screen Casting or Cast. These terms depend on the Android device you are using.

Wait for your phone to search for your Hisense TV powered by Roku. Once found, select it. Go to your Hisense Roku TV and you will see four options. Select Always Accept or Accept. Now, you will see your Android phone screen on your TV.

Wrapping Up!

Take note that you can enjoy Screen Mirroring if your Android mobile device is running on Android version 10.0 or later. If not, you may need to update your phone software version first.

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A film buff and lover of feel-good movies, Aileen Grace loves helping fellow cinephiles overcome troubles and common hurdles when bingeing shows. She’s a Marketing Major with a degree in Business Administration and a knack for writing poems and short stories. She’s using her prowess as a prolific writer to provide straightforward guides among the confusing solutions found online.



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