How to connect the wireless smart projector to the Internet via WiFi? Detailed Instructions
By Sigismondo Eisenhower 2019-10-30 316 0
How to Connect the Projector to the Internet?
Step 1: Powered on your wireless projector, and install it stable. Depending on the proximity to the screen, the picture will become smaller (if closer) or larger if you place it further.
Step 2: Next, point the lens at a white screen or wall. For ease of playback and setup, we recommend attaching it to a tripod.
Step 3: Connect your wireless projector to WiFi router. Go to the "Settings" and open "Networking Setting"
Step 4: And then click "WiFi Settings"
Step 5: Activate the wireless module, and we find your network on the list
Step 6: And finally, we enter the password.
Miracast Android smartphone to wireless projector
In order for your smartphone's media files to be streamed through the projector, two applications are built in - Miracast for Android and AirPlay for iOS.
Let's start with the first one. The latest Android, in particular MIUI on Xiaomi phones, has a built-in function for showing multimedia content on TV, set-top boxes and other gadgets.
Step 1: Go to "Settings - Additional functions - Wireless display" in your mobile phone.
But it should be noted that it is difficult to find it in the settings, if the manufacturer of a smartphone put on it some special shell, for example, as it does Samsung. Then it is expedient to establish the phone beforehand also the separate appendix which pulls it out of bowels of system configurations. There are a lot of them, it won't be difficult to find - I've got Miracast WiFi Display and another one that is called Broadcasting to TV screen.
Step 2: Connect your mobile phone to the same WiFi network of projector, thereby avoid delays in the broadcast.
Step 3: When all the necessary programs are installed, you can start.
Step 4: Launch "Miracast" application on the projector
Step 5: Waiting for connection will open, it will be displayed in the list of available devices to expand the video.
Step 6: Look for our projector in the Miracast WiFi Display APP.
Step 7: Click this link and allow playback of files
Step 8: Select the folder and the desired clip file
Step 9: The screen will start playing it, and the smartphone display will turn into a remote control
Broadcast a movie from iPhone to projector via AirPlay
If you have an iPhone or iPad, the video from it is played back via the AirPlay app. You also need to install an additional program on your phone that supports DLNA connections. I chose the first one - Nero Streaming Player - by the way, it is also available for Android.
Step 1: Download and install Nero Streaming Player.
Step 2: Run it and select "Play from this device".
Step 3: Next, select the file you want to play.
Step 4: And then we select a relay device, which means our projector.
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