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Screen mirroring, also called screen sharing, is simply replicating a phone, laptop, tablet or computer screen onto a TV screen.

Every device has specific requirements that must be met in order to effectively screen share. Newer Samsung devices have a screen mirroring feature, or Smart View, while older devices and operating systems may not have that feature. To find out if your Samsung or other Android device has screen mirroring or Smart View functionality, use two fingers to pull down the notification menu and look for the Smart View icon.

Benefits of Screen Sharing

Screen sharing can be used for entertainment in the home and as a presentation tool in business. Screen sharing from your mobile devices allow you to share photos and downloaded movies, videos, music, applications, presentations and more directly on your TV screen.

While traditional screen sharing used a wired connection (like an MHL cable), many device manufacturers offer options that allow you to wirelessly screen share.  You can navigate anywhere in the room without being tethered to the TV.

How to Screen Share

Samsung has streamlined their wireless screen sharing options by making their smart TVs compatible with some Samsung phones and tablets. To begin screen mirroring, simply select “screen mirroring” on your TV under the “sources” menu. On your compatible Samsung phone, select the Smart View icon under the notifications menu and pair your devices.

To connect your Samsung phone to a non-Samsung TV, you may use a wired HDMI connection or a smartphone to TV adapter like this one. The ScreenBeam Mini2 is a great wireless replacement for traditional wired connections. This low cost product wirelessly connects directly with your device. It does not rely on WiFi, so it does not bog down your home network.

How to Screen Share from a Samsung Phone

Below are step-by-step instructions on how to display content from your Samsung device screen on your TV:

  • Connect a Wireless Display Receiver (like the ScreenBeam Mini2) into an available HDMI port on your TV.
  • Turn on the TV and set it to display the input from the correct HDMI port. Verify that the “Ready to Connect” screen appears on the TV.
  • To turn on the screen mirroring function on your Samsung smartphone/tablet, drag your finger from the top of the screen to pull down the notifications bar. Alternatively, look for “Wireless Display Application” under settings.
  • Tap Screen Mirroring OR Smart View OR Quick Connect.
  • Your device will scan for Receiver devices to which they can connect (such as ScreenBeam Mini2). Select the Receiver from the device list.
  • You may be required to enter a PIN, which will be displayed on the TV screen. Enter the PIN in the PIN text box, then click Connect.
  • Wait for the device to pair with and connect to the Receiver. Once it connects, the device’s screen will be displayed on the TV.

How to Screen Mirror Samsung Phones and Tablets on Android 11+ with Quick Settings App

Samsung Galaxy casting to computer

It's easy to wirelessly cast the screen of a Samsung phone or tablet with the Smart View app. But if you have a Samsung device running Android 11 or later, Samsung recently disabled the ability to use Smart View with anything other than a Samsung-branded device (like a Samsung Smart TV or speaker).

Fortunately, you can still enable robust casting from an Android 11 Samsung phone or tablet to a wide range of devices in a few quick steps. This quick guide shows you how to use Google Cast to mirror the screen of any Samsung phone or tablet to your computer, smart TV, smart speaker or any other compatible wireless receiver.

These instructions work for screen mirroring the Samsung Galaxy S20, S10, Note20, A71, Z Fold2, Galaxy Tab S7, S7+, A7, S, S6 and more. 

  • The app Quick Settings on your Samsung phone or tablet. This will enable Google Cast on your Samsung mobile device. Note: While the quick settings tray already exists on Android devices, you’ll need this app named Quick Settings to enable Google Cast. It’s required for this guide, so don’t skip downloading it. 
  • If you’d like to wirelessly mirror your device to your computer, you’ll need the app Reflector on your computer. This will let you cast your Samsung phone or tablet directly to your computer screen. Learn more about Reflector here.

Step 1 (optional)

Download and install Reflector on your Mac or Windows computer. Make sure your computer and Samsung device are on the same wifi network.

Step 2

Download and install Quick Settings on your Samsung phone or tablet. It’s free.

Samsung Play Store Quick Settings App

Step 3

On your Samsung phone or tablet, open the Quick Settings app and select Multimedia. 

Samsung Quick Settings Multimedia

Step 4

Tap Cast and then select Enable tile. If you see a window describing the Quick Settings panel, tap OK.

Samsung Quick Settings Enable Tile

Step 5

Pull down the extended view of the Quick Settings tray: Swipe down twice from the top of your device screen. Ensure the tray is pulled down all the way and you can see more than one row of icons.

Samsung Quick Settings Tray Extended View

Step 6

Tap the three dots icon to display more options. 

Samsung Quick Settings Tray More Options

Step 7

Select Button order. 

Samsung Quick Settings Button Order

Step 8

The Cast icon will now appear as an option. Tap and drag the Cast icon into the tray. Place it where it’s most accessible to you.

Samsung Quick Settings Add Cast Icon

Step 9

Tap Done at the bottom of the screen to save these changes.

Samsung Quick Settings Cast Done

Step 10

The Cast icon will now remain in the Quick Settings tray. You can tap Cast whenever you’d like to screen mirror and cast your Samsung device to a Reflector-enabled computer, smart TV, smartspeaker or other wireless receiver.

Samsung Quick Settings Google Cast Enabled


You can mirror your Samsung phone or tablet to more places than just a Samsung smart TV or speaker. With the computer app Reflector, you can use the steps in this blog to mirror your device to a computer. This is especially useful if you need to record instructional videos or share your tablet screen during a virtual meeting like Zoom or Microsoft Teams. Get Reflector here to screen mirror nearly any device to a Mac or Windows computer. 

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How to Screen Mirror and Cast a Samsung Galaxy S20 Phone

Cast Samsung Galaxy phone to computer

Screen mirroring and casting a Samsung Galaxy is a straightforward process, but you need to know the correct steps to successfully share content from your phone. This guide shows you how to access Smart View with a Samsung Galaxy phone so you can screen mirror with ease. These instructions work for screen mirroring the Samsung Galaxy S20, S10, Note20, A71, Z Fold2 and more.

Become a screen mirroring expert. Read The Ultimate Screen Mirroring Guide.

Samsung Galaxy phones use a feature called Smart View to cast content to other displays. This is Samsung’s screen mirroring technology that allows a phone or tablet to send content to a Samsung smart TV or other wireless receiver. Think of Smart View as similar to the built-in AirPlay technology on iPhone and built-in Google Cast on other Android devices.

Learn how to mirror your Samsung phone to your computer and TV with Smart View here.

The first step to casting and screen mirroring your Samsung Galaxy phone is to access Smart View.

There are a few ways to do this on your Samsung Galaxy. This guide walks you through each:

1. Access Smart View in the Quick Settings Tray

Swipe down from the top of your Samsung Galaxy screen to reveal Quick Settings. This will display several icons for quick access. The Smart View icon may be here. It's the first icon in the image below and looks like a play button surrounded by two semicircles. If you don’t see Smart View here, move to step 2.

Samsung Galaxy Quick Settings

2. Access Smart View by paging further into Quick Settings

When you open the Quick Settings tray by default, it displays an abbreviated view with only a single row of icons. You can pull the tray down again to reveal the extended view. This displays a full page of available Quick Settings options. Look for Smart View here or swipe to the next page of Quick Settings options to find the icon.

If you don’t see Smart View here, move to step 3.

Samsung Galaxy Smart View

3. Access Smart View by searching inside Quick Settings

If you can’t see a Smart View icon anywhere on your Samsung Galaxy phone, you can search for it. Swipe down from the top of your screen to reveal the Quick Settings tray. Tap the search icon (magnifying glass) and enter “Smart View.” The search results will then display the Smart View icon.

Samsung Galaxy Quick Settings Search

Now that you can access Smart View, follow this guide for the complete steps to casting and screen mirroring with Samsung Smart View to a computer, TV or other display. Our guide walks you through everything you need to know.

You can do more than simply casting a Samsung Galaxy to your smart TV. People use Smart View with the computer app Reflector to mirror and cast content to Mac and Windows computers. Reflector lets nearly any device screen mirror to a Mac or Windows computer and contains plenty of useful features. Get Reflector here.

Cast Samsung Galaxy phone to computer

With Reflector, you can:

Get Reflector now.

You can add Smart View to your Quick Settings tray if it’s not there already. This will let you quickly screen mirror and cast content. Here’s how to add Smart View to Quick Settings:

  1. Swipe down from the top of your Samsung Galaxy screen to open Quick Settings.
  2. Tap the More Options (three vertical dots) icon.
  3. Tap Button Order.
  4. Page through Quick Settings until you see the Smart View icon. Tap and hold it.
  5. Drag the Smart View icon to your preferred location inside Quick Settings. For the fastest access, drag the icon to the top row.
  6. When the icon is where you want it, tap Done.

Now Smart View will be easily accessible whenever you need to screen mirror and cast content from your Samsung Galaxy phone.


Samsung TV 2018 Settings Guide: What to Enable, Disable and Tweak

How to Set Up Screen Mirroring on 2018 Samsung TVs

Sharing content between your mobile device and your smart TV has never been easier, and you can share everything from video and photos to games and apps. Casting and screen sharing to a Samsung TV requires the Samsung SmartThings app (available for Android and iOS devices).

1. Download the SmartThings app. If you don’t have it on your phone or tablet already, download and install the SmartThings app. When you open the app, it will automatically search for other Samsung devices, so search for and select your TV from the list of devices.

2. Open Screen Sharing. Select Mobile Device from the Connection Guide, and select Screen Sharing (Smart View).

3. Get your phone and TV on the same network. Once you've installed and launched the app on your smartphone or tablet, it will prompt you to connect to the same network as the TV.

4. Add your Samsung TV, and allow sharing. In the SmartThings app, add your TV to the list of connected devices. On the TV, you will be asked to allow sharing, so select Yes using the TV remote.

5. Select Smart View to share content. Once your TV is connected to your phone, select the Smart View option on the app to begin mirroring content between the phone and the TV. Simply select the photos, movies or music from your phone using the on-screen menu on either the television or your device.

6. Use your phone as a remote. You will also be able to use the phone or tablet as a remote control for the TV, making all of the same controls on the remote available through the touch screen.

Brian Westover is an Editor at Tom's Guide, covering everything from TVs to the latest PCs. Prior to joining Tom's Guide, he wrote for TopTenReviews and PCMag.

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