If you own an Android device then at least once you may have wanted to mirror it on a big screen. The idea of seeing the content of your Android phone or tablet on a big screen is just fascinating. There are a number of reasons to Mirror Android to PC – viewing your pictures on a big screen without uploading, projecting a presentation, enjoying a nice movie and so on.
In this post, we will discuss an easy method to mirror Android to PC without root. Before you continue with the procedure, you need to have a few things with you.
Mirror Android To PC – Requirements
Below are a few things you need before you can get started with the procedure to mirror your Android screen to PC:
- An Android device with USB debugging enabled.
- A Windows PC or Mac
- Vysor application.
- A USB Cable
Mirror Android To PC via USB
The procedure to Mirror Android to PC is really simple and straightforward. Follow the below-mentioned steps:
- To Mirror Android To PC, you would need Vysor application. Download Vysor App and Google Chrome Browser (if you don’t have it already).
- The next step is to enable USB Debugging on your Android device. In order to enable USB Debugging, go to Settings > About Phone.
- Now scroll down and tap on the Build Number 7 times. You will now have a new option named “Developer Options”.
- Head back to Settings > Developer Options.
- Now simply scroll down and Enable USB Debugging Mode.
- Start Vysor App from the Chrome App Launcher.
- Thereafter, Click on “Find Devices“ and choose your phone.
- Vysor will open and you will now be able to mirror Android to PC.
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Mirror Android To PC Wirelessly
Above, we discussed the procedure to Mirror Android to PC via USB. If you want to Mirror your Android screen to PC wirelessly, check out the below procedure:
- First of all, download AllCast Receiver for Chrome and download Mirror for Android.
- Connect your Android device and PC to the same WiFi network and start AllCast Receiver via the Chrome App Launcher.
- Open Mirror on your Android device and select the Network Device that matches your PC. It would most likely start with “Chrome @” followed by an IP address.
- That is all you have to do to wirelessly mirror your Android to PC. With this procedure, you can mirror your Android screen to other devices as well such as Fire TV, Apple TV, Roku, and more.
If you own a rooted Android device or choose to root your Android device then you have a much better alternative than Mirror. There is an app called “Airdroid 3 suite” that you can install on your Windows or Macintosh computer and then simply choose the AirMirroring feature to mirror your Android screen to PC. Nonetheless, in this post we discussed how you can Mirror Android to PC with USB and Wirelessly. If you have any further doubts or queries about the topic then feel free to ask them in the comments section below. Stay tuned to TimesofSilicon for more such informative posts.