While Amazon Fire TV Sticks offer apps for popular streaming services on your TV, they also allow you to mirror your Android phone and tablet to a TV. Here’s the way to roll in the hay .
Mirroring an Android screen using Amazon Fire TV works like casting using Google Chromecast and Apple’s AirPlay. For this to figure , the Android device and Fire TV got to get on an equivalent Wi-Fi network.
First, activate the Amazon Fire TV. Press and hold down the “Home” button on the hearth TV Remote for 3 seconds.
In the menu that appears, select “Mirroring.”
On Android, open the “Settings” app and select “Bluetooth & Device Connection.”
Select “Connection Preferences.”
Open the “Cast” option.
Note: Your Android might carry a special name for “Cast,” like Smart View, SmartShare, QuickConnect, Screen Casting, Wireless Display, or something else.
Tap the three-dot menu icon within the top-right corner and toggle the choice for “Enable Wireless display.”
Wait for your Amazon Fire TV to point out up within the nearby devices list. Tap on the hearth TV’s name when it shows abreast of Android.
The text “Connected” will appear under your Fire TV’s name.
Your Android device’s screen will appear in portrait mode if the orientation lock is enabled. Open the fast Settings menu and appearance for the orientation lock option, which is usually titled “Auto-rotate.” If it’s enabled, tap the button to disable it.
That’s it! Now play your favorite shows or app on your Android device, and they’ll show abreast of the television receiver because of the hearth TV.
In the future, you’ll use the “Cast” button within the Quick Settings menu to quickly connect your Android to the Amazon Fire TV. Have fun!