Galaxy S5 has a gorgeous display. But it is only 5.2″.
You may wonder whether you can enjoy the contents on the big screen (TV).
For example, you may want to show your guests some family photos/videos in your Galaxy S5.
Or you may want to enjoy the Netflix videos on the 60″ TV and home theater systems.
The answer is “yes”.
And even better, you actually have at least two totally different ways to use Galaxy S5 screen mirroring: through Miracast or through Chromecast.
If you want to know the difference between Chromecast and Miracast, please read this post because this post is focusing only on how to use Galaxy S5 screen mirroring.
Method 1: Galaxy S5 screen mirroring through Miracast
This method will work for you if
- your TV supports Miracast, OR
- you own a Miracast dongle/adapter (e.g., Netgear Push2TV Wireless Display HDMI Adapter), OR
- you own a Samsung Wi-Fi All-Share Cast Hub.
Local WiFi (wireless) network actually is not required for Galaxy S5 screen mirroring with this method, although you must enable WiFi on your Galaxy S5.
In other words, you can access contents through … Read the rest