How to connect a smartphone or tablet without cables to a projector

How to connect a smartphone or tablet without cables to a projector

There are few who have at home a projector, since with them it is possible to enjoy on very large screens the contents that you want to see, such as movies or sporting events. If you want what you have in your smartphone or tablet you can use it, we show you how to get it and, also, without cables.

With the options that we are going to comment, it is possible to send everything you want from Android devices, including even presentations, so professional use is also an option. And, all of it, in a way simple and economical, which is always positive.

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What is needed to ship

There are not many requirements, since from the mobile device the only thing that has to be met is to have a application for this, as for example ES Explorer which gives access to all the files that are stored (there are many others available and that are free in Play Store). Apart from this, the projector has to be connected to the same WiFi network that the smartphone so that everything works correctly.

Mini portable projector

Finally, a additional hardware item, which may well be a portable computer and even an independent accessory that allows receiving the signal from the Android device. And it is this – which is essential -, it is possible that it generates some doubt that we are going to solve at a stroke: the ideal is to be done with Google Chromecast, a device that has good functioning and simplicity of use. The use is as follows:

  • Turn on the projector and connect to the HDMI input the player we are talking about.
  • Now connect the power of the Chromecast, you can use a plug or a USB port of the projector itself.
  • Synchronize the accessory with your smartphone with the Google Chrome application and select the HDMI port from which to broadcast.
  • Now simply send what you see on the phone or tablet on a regular basis, using the screen-shaped icon with small lines for this purpose (in the aforementioned Home application there is an option to send Chromecast directly).

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Miracast, another solution that avoids the use of cables

To use this wireless media streaming service, it is necessary to verify that both the projector and the mobile device are compatible with the technology we are talking about – in the first case, if this is not the case, you can always use an adapter like the one we leave behind this paragraph). And, to know this, there is nothing left but to resort to the manual of each of the elements.

What you have to do is the following To use Miracast to complete the wireless delivery:

  • Turn on the projector
  • Activate Miracast on this or, failing that, connect the necessary adapter to an HDMI port so that the signal can be received
  • Now on the smartphone, it performs a search in the screen sharing section and, when it locates the destination, click on it to start the broadcast. Now run the file or application you want to use.