How to Mirror Android to TV without WiFi

Mirroring is the process of sending the content from your phone to a bigger screen. It’s a great way to show off your photos, videos and games.

If you want to mirror your Android phone or tablet to a TV, all you need is a USB cable and a Chromecast or Fire TV Stick. You can also use an HDMI cable and the Google Chrome browser to mirror your Android device to your TV.

In this tutorial, we’ll be showing you how to mirror android to tv without wifi through the use of an OTG cable.

How to Mirror Android to TV without WiFi

What Is An OTG Cable?

An OTG cable stands for On The Go and it’s used for connecting devices together. You can connect your phone directly to a printer or mouse or keyboard with this small accessory.

The cable has two ends: one end goes into your phone’s micro USB port and the other goes into a USB port on your TV or monitor. Once connected, you will be able to send content from your phone straight onto the larger screen in front of you.

Use Chromecast with Miracast

Chromecast is one of the most popular streaming devices which has been launched by Google since 2013. It allows users to stream their favorite content from their mobile devices onto a big screen TV.

Miracast is a wireless display standard that allows any compatible device with Miracast support (Android 4.2+) and a screen resolution of 1080p or greater to share its screen with another compatible device, such as your PC or laptop. Using Miracast and Chromecast together, you can easily stream content from your phone/tablet directly onto your TV without wires and cables.

USB Type-C to HDMI Adapter: This adapter can connect any USB Type-C device to any HDMI cable, so it’s good if you have a laptop or tablet with USB Type-C ports but no cables included in the box.

This adapter has been tested by many people and works well with most devices, including Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus, Google Pixel 3 XL, Sony Xperia XZ2 Premium, etc. You only need one adapter for each device because it has two outputs one for audio and one for video.


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