To play or copy media to / from other devices (e.g., computer, TV, etc.), they must be connected to the same Wi-Fi network and may need to be configured for sharing. Refer to the user manual or contact the equipment manufacturer for assistance.
A Miracast-enabled HDTV or a wireless display adapter may be required to view your smartphone's screen via an external display. A Wireless Display adapter can be purchased from any Verizon Wireless retail store or at the online store.
For assistance with setting up a Google® Chromecast™ device, refer to this page.
Some apps (e.g., YouTube™, Netflix®, etc.) support displaying the app contents on a remote display. Within the app, tap the Cast icon then select the desired display from the list.
Here are a few ways to share your screen with a TV. A compatible TV or additional accessories may be required. Check with your TV manufacturer for additional support.
Configure these settings to share files with a DLNA-enabled device (e.g., TV, game console, etc.). To determine whether your device supports the DLNA standard, see this product database.
While this device can share files with a media server, the files can't be directly played from the tablet. The media server has to search for the tablet while content sharing is turned on. See the media server's support documentation for further assistance.
From a Home screen, navigate: Apps icon > Settings > More (Wireless and networks section).
Tap Digital Media Server.
Ensure the switch (upper-right) is on .
From the 'Select the media types for sharing' section, tap the switch for any of the following to turn on or off :
From the Advanced section, tap Shared folder then select one of the following: