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How to Screen Mirror Toshiba TV

As an owner of a Toshiba TV, I know how frustrating it can be to try to figure out how to screen mirror from my laptop to my TV. After hours of research and testing, I’m here to share with you how I solved this problem, as well as other solutions I discovered.

Ensure your Toshiba TV and device are connected to the same WiFi network before attempting to screen mirror.
Use prompts on both screens, AirBeamTV, or an HDMI cable to screen mirror your Toshiba TV.
AirBeamTV works well with iOS devices, while an HDMI cable works for all devices but only with those that have an HDMI port.
Screen mirroring is a great way to do presentations or collaborate on projects with colleagues.
Older Toshiba TV models may not have screen mirroring capabilities.

How to Screen Mirror Your Toshiba TV

Screen mirroring, also known as screen sharing, is when you set up your TV screen as a second monitor in real-time. This allows you to replicate the screen of one device, such as your phone, laptop, or tablet, onto your TV screen.

It’s a convenient way to do a presentation or lecture. Plus, it’s great for collaborating on a project with your co-workers without any complicated setups or tangled cables getting in the way.

Below are the three main ways you can screen mirror a Toshiba TV.

Yet before we get started, it’s worth noting that some older Toshiba TV models don’t have screen mirroring as an option.

So, start by searching for the make and model of your TV to find out whether it has this feature or not. If it does, then you’re in luck!

Now, let’s get mirroring!

Using Prompts on Both Screens

The best thing about screen mirroring is that, with most devices, you can do away with cables and downloading apps. It’s quick and easy.

However, there is one thing you have to remember: always make sure the Toshiba TV and device you’re mirroring are on the same WiFi network. Otherwise, none of these steps are going to work.

Take a look.

  1. On your Toshiba TV, open the ‘Input’ menu.
  2. Choose the ‘Screen Mirroring’ option.
  3. Next, search for the ‘screen mirroring’ option on the device you want to mirror. Keep in mind that it can also go by ‘cast’ or ‘screen share.’
  4. Then, follow the instructions accordingly.
  5. Once both devices are ready to start mirroring, select the TV on your device to pair.
  6. Your device screen should now be displayed on the TV screen!

Using AirBeamTV

Sometimes, the TV and mirrored device won’t connect for some reason. Then, there are times when it’s difficult to connect both devices to the same WiFi network.

In times like this, it’s best to use an app.

There are many apps for Android devices that you can download for free from Google Play. Pick the one that best suits your needs, then follow the steps to start mirroring your device.

For macOS devices, on the other hand, one app stands out: AirBeamTV. It’s a highly functional, user-friendly app that works on almost all smart TV devices.

Again, for this to work, both devices must be connected to the same WiFi network.

So, get your iOS device, like your iPad, iPhone, or Mac laptop, ready. Then, follow these steps to start mirroring your screen.

  1. Download the app on the device you want to mirror.
  2. Select the TV brand you want to use for mirroring.
  3. Next, click ‘Start Mirroring’ to open up a pop-up.
  4. Then, choose ‘Mirror Toshiba TV’ and tap on ‘Start Broadcast.’
  5. Your device screen should appear on the TV screen.

Using an HDMI Cable

While this isn’t exactly the no-fuss connection we hope for, it’s actually the most reliable. You can connect any TV with your device, no matter the make or model.

This is handy when the TV is an older model and doesn’t have the ‘screen mirroring’ option. Also, if your WiFi connection is spotty or you’re having trouble connecting both devices to the same network, then using an HDMI cable is your best option.

The only drawback is that this only works with a laptop or computer with an HDMI port. Otherwise, you won’t be able to connect the two devices.

Also, if you want to connect a tablet or smartphone to your TV, you’ll need a USB to HDMI adapter. You first need to connect the adapter to the USB port on your device. Next, plug the HDMI cable into the adapter from one and to the TV from the other end.

Check out these easy step-by-step instructions to help make it easier.

  1. First, connect the cable to the TV and turn it on.
  2. Next, go to the ‘Input’ menu and select the ‘HDMI’ option.
  3. Connect the cable to your mirrored device directly or via an adapter if needed.
  4. Your device screen should now be showing on the TV screen!

Wrap Up

You’re now an expert on how to screen mirror a Toshiba TV.

In this post, we listed three ways to share your screen. One is for older TV models, while the other two are better suited for the newer smart TV versions that come equipped with ‘screen mirroring’ capabilities.

So, the next time you’re prepping for a big presentation at work or having friends over for game night, take advantage of screen mirroring. It’s quick, simple, and guaranteed to make things seamless and much more fun!

Read more: AirPlay lagging Toshiba TV

Pros of screen mirroring Toshiba TV

  • Quick and easy setup
  • Convenient way to do presentations or lectures
  • Great for collaborating on projects with colleagues

Cons of screen mirroring Toshiba TV

  • Older Toshiba TV models may not have screen mirroring capabilities
  • Devices need to be on the same WiFi network
  • Need an HDMI port for some devices