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How to Project your Windows Phone 8.1 Screen to an External Display

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How to Project your Windows Phone 8.1 Screen to an External Display

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In Windows Phone 8.1, there are two ways to project your screen.

  • Wireless
  • Wired

Wireless

Projecting your screen wirelessly uses Miracast technology. This requires a compatible receiver (e.g. a Smart TV, Netgear PTV3000) and will support only on newer WP 8.1.

Wired

Here I am going to show the steps to project your windows phone 8.1 screen to an external display by using USB cable.

Steps:

  • You’ll need to install the Project My Screen App on your Windows device (Windows PC, laptop, or tablet).Link to download Project My Screen App http://www.microsoft.com/en-in/download/details.aspx?id=42536.
  • Use a USB cable to connect your phone to your Windows device as shown below.

  • Start the Project My Screen App on your Windows device as like the following screen.

  • Once the App starts, it ask permission on your phone. Yes or No is prompted to allow screen projection as like below.

  • Select Yes to project your screen as shown below.

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