Wireless screen mirroring (also called screencasting or Miracast) is a very useful feature that you can use to project the contents of your phone’s screen like exciting racing games and movies on TV or PC to get a better cable-free viewing experience. This feature is very convenient and takes entertainment to a whole new level!
Recently, we have received tonnes of questions from our readers saying they are unable to cast the screen of their Nokia 6.2 on their smart TVs or Windows PC. In this guide, we will try to answer your questions and show you how to connect your Nokia 6.3 to your TV or Windows PC using three different methods.
How to Connect Nokia 6.2 to TV Using Chromecast (Safe Method)
There are many methods on the internet to connect your phone screen to the internet but many of them don’t seem to work. The only way to connect the screen of your TV is to purchase a Google Chromecast. Casting the screen of your Nokia 6.2 requires a Chromecast or Chromecast enabled TV.
You can check out the Google tutorial here. Google clearly states that casting the screen of your Android device to your TV requires Chromecast or a TV with an integrated Chromecast. Follow the steps below to set up your Nokia 6.2 with your TV.
- First off, you need to connect your Nokia 6.2 to the same network as your Chromecast or TV with an integrated Chromecast.
- Next up, download and install the Google Home app on your Nokia 6.2.
- Once the app is done installing, launch it.
- Once inside the app, tap on the menu icon in the top left corner of the screen.
- Next, select Cast Screen / Audio Cast Screen / Audio.
- Now, choose your Chromecast or your TV with the integrated Chromecast.
How to connect Nokia 6.2 to TV Using Miracast
One of our users wrote to us and he described the method he used to connect his Nokia 6.2 to his TV. This method requires that your Android device has Android 9 installed with November and later patches.
Also, make sure that your TV supports Miracast.
- Go to the Settings app on your Nokia 6.2 and enable developer options (only works with Android 9 with November and later patches).
- Next, turn on wireless display certification.
- Now, open the notification panel and tap and hold on the cast notification.
- The Cast screen will appear with its settings and options.
Another user also recommended another method:
- Tap and hold on the Transmit option (from the Quick Settings panel). Make sure that you have turned on Wi-Fi (do not close the open app).
- Next tap on the Cast option (in the Quick Settings panel) and wait a few seconds for it to search.
- Once it is done searching, the app opened in the first step in execution and that the name of the TV or PC will be displayed. Tap on it to connect your phone to the TV.
These two methods can only work on a device with Android 9 Pie and newer versions of Android.
That’s all! So which method worked for you? Share your feedback in the comments below.