If you’re working on a Windows PC and want the apps and content from another device to show on your PC screen, you’ll want to consider mirroring that device‘s screen or projecting it to your PC.
The Wireless Display app allows other devices to wirelessly project to this PC's screen, and use its keyboard, mouse, and other devices too.
This tutorial will show you how to project (mirror) an Android phone screen to a Windows 11 PC.
It is required to have the Wireless Display app installed and open on a PC you want to project to.
Projecting to this PC requires both devices to be connected to the same Wi-Fi network.
Projecting to this PC requires Miracast capable hardware.
EXAMPLE: Project Android phone screen to Windows 11 PC Wireless Display app
Open the Wireless Display app on the PC you want to project to.
Swipe down from the top of your Android Phone to open the notification center, and tap on Smart View. (see screenshot below)
If you don't see the Smart View setting, then swipe left in the notification center until you do.
If prompted, tap on Next. (see screenshot below)
If prompted, tap on Continue. (see screenshot below)
Tap on your Windows 11 PC (ex: "BrinkW11") when discovered. (see screenshot below)
Tap on Start now. (see screenshot below)
If the PC is set to require PIN for pairing, then type the PIN from the Wireless Display app on the PC on your Android phone, and tap on Accept. (see screenshots below)
If prompted to change aspect ratio, tap on Cancel or Change for what you want. (see screenshot below)
Once connected and projecting to the PC, you can toggle to pause/unpause projecting and turn on/off phone screen. (see screenshots below)
Perform one of the following actions: (see screenshots below)
- Close the Windows Display app on the Windows 11 PC.
- Tap on the Smart View 3 dots button on the Android phone, and tap on Disconnect.