The current model of smart TV has evolved to a new level. While there are many advantages of watching programs through smart TV, some may not entirely feel comfortable with it. This is because they are limited in terms of options on how they want to watch their programs by the various features offered by the manufacturers only for them that would be suitable for smart TV. When it comes to multi-screen casting, many people are wondering if they can use this feature for their conventional TV. As of the moment, there is limited information on this matter. However, let us discuss what we know so far regarding this issue.
Miracast allows for wireless transfer of audio and video via WiFi from devices like phones or tablets to the TV screen. Miracast allows users to mirror their Android device or Windows 8.1 laptop’s screen onto their TV screens via WiFi. In order to use Miracast, you’ll need to have a Miracast enabled TV/device as well as an Android or Windows 8.1 device that supports Miracast.
As for whether you’re able to use your Chromecast on your TV via Miracast, this would depend entirely on whether your television’s ability to connect and transfer the video signal through WiFi is compatible with Miracast. In order to find out, you’ll have to do some research on your specific TV model’s reviews and specs. If you’re not able to connect Chromecast to your TV via Miracast, there are other ways. For Chromecast to work with your television, you can either purchase a Chromecast HDMI dongle or Chromecast built-in TV.
Miracast was first released as a Windows 8.1 feature, but it has since been expanded to other platforms and devices, including Android 5.0. Miracast was developed to allow users to share their display’s data wirelessly. It does not require any special hardware, so you should be able to use it with a variety of devices.
However, not all Android tablets and phones support Miracast. The first device to support it was the Sony Xperia Z Ultra GPe, a special edition device created with Google Play edition hardware. But now, you can find a wide range of Android 5.0 devices that support this feature.