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If you want to mirror your Android phone on your laptop, this information if for you.

Mirroring your Android phone is one way to show around on the go and never have to stop to take a photo or video of something. It also lets a person see what they could not see before like designs, photos, vidoe and more.

There are many ways to screen mirror your device onto your laptop. One can use a cable connection or a Wi-Fi hotspot connection, which are the two most common devices used for this process.

 Here are step-by-step instructions on how you can mirror your Android phone onto your laptop.

What Do You need to do?

This same process is also known as a Cast and you will need a strong Wi-Fi connection capable enough in case you are doing it on a wireless device, so get that ready right away.

One more thing you also want to take into consideration is that both the android phone and your laptop should be connected  to the same Wi-Fi network

 Easy step to Mirror/cast your Android Phone on your laptop

Here is the 3 methods step By Step:

1st Method

-To get started, go to Setting menus on your android phone and scroll down to discover the SYSTEM option itself, so, tap on it. 

-You can then tap on the About Phone option from there.

-The next thing you want to do is a tap on the Build Number option 5 TIMES and exit the settings menu.

-What you want to do next is to go back to the Settings menu again and you should see a new option of Developer Options right there.

-Tap on it and activate the USB Debugging option there.

-A window should pop up, check the Always Allow From This Computer option from the pop-up window.

-Now that you’ve enabled the USB debugging option on your phone, you want to mirror/cast your android phone to your laptop by using the Cast feature.

-So, Go to your laptop and launch the Connect Application from the windows start menus and then tap the Display option.

-Check out the Mirror or the Cast option on your device you might also see the wireless display or the More or Additional Setting option of the setting underneath.

-Then, the next thing you want to do is to look for the Menu button or More option and tick the checkbox of Enable wireless display.

-Ok, now that has been done, your laptop name should appear in the list, that is, if you have the connect app open.

-Tap the PC in the display and it should start projecting right away.

2nd Method

In this method, you will mirror/cast your android phone to your laptop by making use of the MIRROGO.

Quick Note

– You will need an original and certified USB cable for this, if not it won’t work. So let’s get started.

– The first thing you want to do is to download and run the Wondershare MirroGo android recording on your laptop.

-You can then connect your android device to the PC using an original USB cable enough.

-So, activate the USB debugging feature on your android phone to get ascertain.

-Then the software should detect your smartphone right away on your laptop.

-Tap on your device name, that should take a minute or two to execute a connection between your android phone to your laptop.

-Once your devices are connected, you can then view your smartphone screen on your laptop and control it remotely.

3rd method

In this method here what you are going to be using is the ApowerMirror.

Quick Note Here

You are going to need an authentic USB cable to execute this method, if not it won’t work.

– So, the first step, you are going to download and install the ApowerMirror app on your windows and android device.

– In the second step, you are going to enable the USB Debugging in the developing option on your android phone, following the same procedure we use earlier.

-Once you connect the device phone to your laptop through the USB and allow the USB debugging option on your android phone.

– Then the next to do is to run the Apowermirror application, you are going to ask to grant permission to initiate screen capturing.

– Run the ApowerMirror application. You will be asked to grant permission to initiate screen capturing.

– Just tap on the Start Now bottom then you are ready to go.

Final thought: How do I Screen Mirror My Android Phone On Laptop

That is it, folks,  3  easy methods to mirror your android phone on your laptop step by step if you want to share videos, presentations, and photos from your Android phone with your laptop. Hope this article helps you to find out how to do it.

Follow those steps here to Screen mirror your Android phone on a laptop so you can share whatever you want with other people—all without rooting or installing any third-party software on your phone.

Save money by not having to purchase an expensive data plan for your tablet. Enjoy the best of both worlds by screen mirroring your Android phone on a laptop and enjoying seamless synchronization across multiple devices.


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