Make sure, every device is set up correctly in order to use the screen sharing functionality for iOS devices. Therefore, you'll need to do some preparations before you can connect to an iOS device. Download and install the TeamViewer QuickSupport app for iOS on the iPhone or iPad you want to connect to.
Correspondingly, can I use TeamViewer on Android phone?
Yes, it is possible to remotely control an Android device using TeamViewer, but not all devices are supported yet. TeamViewer for Remote Control is the app that allows you to remotely control your PC from an Android device. TeamViewer QuickSupport is the app that is needed to control your Android device from your PC.
Share to Skype from your iOS device. Just tap and hold the icon to the right and drag Skype to where you want it. Tap Done at the top right of the screen. Skype now appears in your list of sharing options - tap Skype to start sharing websites or your photos.
Swipe from the bottom of the screen on your iPhone or iPad to access the Control Center. From the Control Center, tap the AirPlay button. Select your computer from the list of available devices, and turn Mirroring ON. Your iPhone or iPad screen should now be displayed on your Mac or Windows PC.
With it, you view the screen of a friend's Mac while having an audio conversation with them. Once you start Screen Sharing, a FaceTime Audio chat is automatically started, so you can talk the other person through whatever OS X process they are trying to do.
Mirroring iPhone to iPad with Airplay is a simple process. Simply connect your iPhone and iPad to the same Wi-Fi network and then swipe up from the bottom of your iPhone's and iPad's screen so as to open the Control panel. Tap on Airplay and then tap on the iOS devices you want to connect to from the Airplay list.
Share content via Wi-Fi Screen Share. The Wi-Fi Screen Share function on your LG TV seamlessly allows you to share what's on your compatible smartphone, tablet, or PC screen using Wi-Fi Direct or Intel WiDi (provided that your device is WiDi enabled).
Screen mirroring (sometimes called screen casting) allows you to mirror your mobile device's content to your TV screen. The below instructions will show you how to open the screen mirroring connection on your Samsung smartphone or tablet, and on your Samsung TV.
Screen Mirroring - LG G4™
- From a Home screen, navigate: Apps > Settings .
- Tap Share & connect.
- Tap Miracast.
- Tap the Miracast switch to to turn on or off . Once turned on, your device locates compatible displays.
To connect an Android phone or tablet to a TV you can use an MHL/SlimPort (via Micro-USB) or Micro-HDMI cable if supported, or wirelessly cast your screen using Miracast or Chromecast. In this article we'll look at your options for viewing your phone or tablet's screen on the TV.
Step 2. Cast your screen from your Android device
- Connect your Android device to the same Wi-Fi network as your Chromecast or TV with Chromecast built-in.
- Open the Google Home app .
- In the top left corner of the app's Home screen, tap Menu Cast Screen / audio Cast Screen / audio.
Ensure that you're connected to the same Wi-Fi network as your Chromecast ($35 at Dell Home) device. After opening the Google Home app, slide out the menu and select Cast Screen/Audio. Tap on the blue button, followed by the device you'd like to connect to.
Use a wire to connect. Nearly all smartphones and tablets can plug into an HDMI-ready TV. One cable end plugs into your phone or tablet while the other plugs into the HDMI port on your TV. Once connected, whatever you display on your phone will also show up on your TV.
To connect using a wired connection, you will need:
- 1 An HDMI cable.
- 3 A TV with an HDMI connection.
- 4 Your mobile device.
- 1 Connect the micro USB port attached to the adaptor to your device.
- 2 Connect a power supply to the adaptor (you can use a USB port or plug)
- 3 Connect the HDMI cable to your OTG or MHL Adaptor.
To connect wirelessly, go to your phone's Settings, then tap on Connections > Screen mirroring. Turn mirroring on, and your compatible HDTV, Blu-ray player, or AllShare Hub should appear in the device list. Choose your device and mirroring will begin automatically.
It doesn't matter if your computer has an HDMI port on it or not. You can still connect via HDMI to your HDTV or monitor. You can add a new HDMI port to one of the available USB ports on your computer.
To connect your Galaxy S5 to your TV you will need an HDMI cable and an HDTV adapter, both of which are sold separately from your Galaxy S5. To connect the HDTV adapter to your device follow the steps below. 1. Connect one end of a universal HDMI cable (sold separately) into the HDTV adapter.
Although some devices may have ports for both HDMI and USB connections, the technologies do not typically serve the same function. However, consumers can connect an HDMI adapter to their computer's USB port in order to transfer audio and visual data, such as a movie or television show, to their television.
Only use this method if one or both of your devices doesn't have an HDMI port. The VGA port is labeled as PC IN on the image below. If your laptop has no video output, you can connect your laptop to your TV via an adapter which plugs into your laptop's USB port and provides a VGA output.
Video files are frequently viewed on a computing device, such as a laptop or desktop computer, after the file has been transferred from another USB-equipped device, such as a digital camcorder. You can also watch a video file on one device while it's streamed from another device through a USB connection.
- Shut down the computer. Turn off the monitor or TV.
- Connect an HDMI cable to the computer and to the display.
- Turn on the display, and select the HDMI input as the input source to view.
- Turn on the computer.
TeamViewer is appalled by any criminal activity; however, the source of the problem, according to our research, is careless use, not a potential security breach on TeamViewer's side. Neither was TeamViewer hacked nor is there a security hole. TeamViewer is safe to use and has proper security measures in place.