If you ever want to cast the screen of your Android device to your TV, you can do it via the Roku Premier, 4, 3, or Streaming Stick using these steps.
Enable Screen Mirroring on Roku
- Ensure that both your Roku and Android device are connected to the same Wi-Fi network.
- From the Roku, go to “Settings” > “System” > “Screen mirroring” > “Enable screen mirroring“.
Mirror From Android
The setting to start casting your screen from your Android may differ depending on your device. You may need to check the documentation for your particular device for the steps required. The steps outlined below might help you though.
- On many devices, casting can be turned on From the Android, go to “Settings” > “Display” > “Cast Screen“. Then select “Menu” > “Enable Wireless Display“.
- Samsung Devices typically have a “Screen Mirroring” or “Smart View” option. To access it, you need to swipe from the top of the screen using two fingers, then choose “Screen Mirroring“/”Smart View“.
Cast Using Google Home App
You can use the Google Home app to add the casting option to cast from apps that support it like YouTube and Spotify.
Ensure you have the Google Home app installed on your device.
Open the Google Home app, and add the Roku with these steps:
- Select + at the upper-right corner of the screen.
- Choose “Set up device” > “Have something already set up” > “Roku“.
- Log in using the credentials for your Roku account.
- Follow the rest of the steps to connect the Home app.
To cast video, select the icon from the app you wish to cast from.
That’s it! Your device should now be able to cast your Android to your TV via your Roku.