How to Screen Mirror Windows 11 to a Samsung Smart TV
Screen mirroring has become a popular feature that allows you to view content from your computer or mobile device on your TV without the need for cables. If you’re a Windows 11 user, you might be interested in learning how to screen mirror your device to a Samsung smart TV. In this article, we’ll walk you through the step-by-step process of how to do it.
Before we start, here are a few things you need to check before attempting to screen mirror your Windows 11 device to your Samsung smart TV:
1. Your TV must support screen mirroring. Most Samsung smart TVs released after 2014 come with this feature.
2. Ensure that both your Windows 11 device and Samsung smart TV are connected to the same Wi-Fi network.
3. Check if your Windows 11 device has Miracast support. You can do this by typing “dxdiag” in the search bar and opening the DirectX Diagnostic Tool. In the tool, go to the “Display” tab and check if your device supports Miracast.
Now that you’ve checked all the prerequisites, let’s begin.
Step 1: Turn on your Samsung smart TV and open the “Settings” menu. Go to the “General” tab and select the “Network” option. Make sure your TV is connected to the same Wi-Fi network as your Windows 11 device.
Step 2: On your Windows 11 device, press the “Windows Key + P” to open the Project dialogue box. Alternatively, you can go to “Settings” and navigate to the “System” tab. Under “Display”, select “Connect to a wireless display.”
Step 3: Your Samsung smart TV should appear in the list of available devices. Click on it to connect.
Step 4: Your Windows 11 device will display a security code. Verify that the code matches the one displayed on your Samsung smart TV and click “Yes” to confirm.
Step 5: Once you’ve authenticated your device, your Samsung smart TV will start displaying the screen of your
Windows 11 device. You can now stream any content from your device in real-time on your TV.