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Windows 10 Mobile: How To Project My Screen over Wi-Fi

We shared the info earlier that Project My Screen feature has started working on Windows 10 Mobile devices but only via USB connection. Good news is that with the latest Windows 10 Mobile & PC Redstone Builds 14328 it is now possible to do so over the Wi-Fi too.

So, here are the steps,

  • Check whether your Lumia supported Miracast or “Project Over WiFi” feature with Windows Phone 8.1
  • Go to Action Center—>Tap on Connect and you should be able to see PCs with Wi-Fi or Miracast projection support in the list

  • Your PC should also run Windows 10 Build 14328 and support Miracast projection. You may also need to tweak your settings on your PC by going to Settings–>System—>Projecting to this PC.
  • Now on your phone tap to connect to the PC and you will see a prompt on PC asking to “Allow device to project here”. Select yes and the Connect app will open on the PC with projection of your Lumia screen.

 

 

Nayan

Nayan has more than 10 years of experience of covering Technology and innovations. He is a big Nokia fan and Tech disruptions aficionado. He loves to review new cool gadgets and writing about Windows, Gadgets and general Technology stuff.
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  • bennyj

    Any tips on making this working with…say an Amazon Fire Stick? Every an android device projects to it but my 950xl….doesn’t. The 950xl can’t even cast to my Smart TV. The app Tubecast can cast to both the Stick and TV no problem but just default Connect sucks big time

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