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Solve iOS 13 AirPlay Mirroring not Working iPhone 11/Apple TV

Written by Amanda

With the release of iOS 13, everything on your iOS devices will become much faster, more convenient and more interesting. And smoother and more accurate iOS 13 screen mirroring will also amplify these advantages by sending the iPhone (11) contents to big screen like Apple TV, Mac or PC. However, iOS 13 screen mirroring not working problem may pour cold water on your enthusiasm to use this feature when there are many other new things coming with iOS 13. Don't worry, this is the guide prepared to help solve iOS 13 AirPlay mirroring not working error once for all.

iOS 13 not Screen Mirroring to Mac/PC? Try AirPlay Receiver 5KPlayer

As Apple doesn't natively allows for screen mirroring from iOS to Windows computer, you need AirPlay receiver 5KPlayer to receive what is sent from iOS 13 iPhone iPad on computer. Besides, 5KPlayer is also an AirPlay sender for casting Mac/PC screen to Apple TV wirelessly.

iOS 13 AirPlay Mirroring

iOS 13 not Mirroring to Mac/Windows 10? Solved

1. How to Solve iOS 13 not Mirroring iPhone iPad to Mac?

The macOS software update would be one of the reasons causing iOS 13 not screen mirroring to Mac, you can just update the software immediately to solve the problem. However, the Firewall issue would be a more serious reason that makes your Mac unable to receive iOS 13 screen mirroring contents.

Step 1. Go to System Preferences on your Mac > Security & Privacy.
Step 2. Click the lock icon and enter your administrator name and password.
Step 3. Click on the Firewall tab and choose Firewall Options.
Step 4. If the "Block all incoming connections" option is selected, deselected it.
Step 5. Make sure "Automatically allow downloaded signed software to receive incoming connections" is selected.

2. How to Solve iOS 13 Screen Mirroring not Working for Windows 10/8/7?

Actually, Apple doesn't natively support screen mirroring from iOS to Windows (10/8/7) as Windows computer doesn't natively support Apple's AirPlay protocol. To make Windows computer receive contents sent from iOS 13 iPhone (11) or iPad (Pro), you need an AirPlay receiver, and luckily 5KPlayer is.

Step 1: Free download AirPlay receiver 5KPlayer, install and launch it on your computer.

Step 2: Connect your iOS 13 iPhone or iPad device and Windows computer to the same WiFi network.

Step 3: Swipe up from the bottom of the screen of your iOS 13 iPhone or iPad to access the Control Center. Of course, you can just use the 3D touch to firmly press the button to bring up the device list.

Step 4: Tap the Screen Mirroring on iOS 13 device and then choose the name of your computer to connect. Then, 5KPlayer will immediately show the contents sent from the iOS 13 screen mirroring on your Windows 10/8/7 PC.

iOS 13 Screen Mirroring

With the help of AirPlay receiver 5KPlayer, the whole screen of your iOS 13 iPhone (11, 11 Pro, 11 Pro Max) iPad (Pro) is now showed on computer lively, and you can also use 5KPlayer to screen record iPhone iPad in case that the native iOS 13 screen recording won't work. In addition to that, 5KPlayer also allows you to DLNA streaming video music from iOS 13 device to computer if there is a DLNA app on iPhone iPad.

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