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Miracast Wireless Display: Windows Android iPhone User Guide

Written by Kaylee Wood | Last update: April 28, 2020

Don't be threatened, Miracast wireless display is in fact no difficult thing for most Windows, Android, and iPhone iPad users. You could have difficulties choosing a Miracast dongle without branding itself miracast-compatible, then read on and find out wireless display guide targeting at Windows 10/8.1/7, Android and iPhone iPad users respectively and detailedly.

Free Miracast Wireless Display Alternative - Enable AirPlay Now

A professional free program for wireless display approaches Miracast Windows/Android/iPhone users in an easier and more hands-on way. No need to pair Miracast devices or adjust Miracast wireless display settings, DearMob 5KPlayer takes 4K 5K UHD video and music wireless display to your fingertips within seconds!

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Miracast wireless display user guide

Miracast support Windows 8.1, Windows RT 8.1 (or newer), Android 4.2(or newer). Miracast as a wireless protocol can mirror HD videos, music, games or even the desktop to TV without network support. Here "mirror" is the only function, because unlike the smart wireless display tool 5KPlayer, Miracast wireless display roughly transfers anything, even unecessary content to HDTV.

Conversely, iPhone iPad users can achieve smart video music wireless display to macOS Catalina [or earlier] Windows 10/8/7 losslessly. With a smart AirPlay sender & receiver, you can:
Ft. 1. Use smart AirPlay to wirelessly display MP3 AAC music, AirPlay MP4 MOV videos from iPhone/iPad to Mac/PC.
Ft. 2. Screen mirroring iPhone 11 (and ealier), iPad to Mac/Windows 10. Boosting the Miracast wireless display method: mirroring aside AirPlay to suffice.
Ft. 3. Support laptop to TV wireless display, turning your Windows PC and Mac into a two-way wireless server, doubling the fun of Miracast Android/Windows.

Reliable Wireless Display: Miracast vs. AirPlay

3 different points between Miracast wireless display and AirPlay, learning the basics can help you choose:
[1] Wireless display sender: iPhone, iPad, iPod vs. Windows Phone/Android Phone
[2] Wireless display receiver: Mac/Windows PC vs. Miracast-certified devices
[3] Wireless display process: smart AirPlay with 5KPlayer + Mirroring vs. Mirroring Only

Step 3: Choose the video/audio on your laptop to display to Apple TV 4 wirelessly

* Kindly be noted that the AirPlay icon in 5KPlayer will turn red if the wireless connection is successful, thus providing an immediate indicator for users to troubleshoot wireless display problems.

* Use the Video or Music button on the main interface, pick the video/audio from your laptop to stream wirelessly to Apple TV 4.

Choose the Video/Audio to display on TV Wirelessly

This free alternative to Miracast has been dedicated to creating reliable yet free-of-charge support for users troubled by Miracast wireless display. Its embraces iPhone screen mirroring as well as Apple TV 4 screen mirroring, for more information on how to use screen mirroring with DearMob 5KPlayer, please check our article collection.
If how to use screen mirroring guide doesn't include your device, feel free to write to support@5kplayer.com and the screen mirroring support team will be at service.

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