There are several ways to connect a smartphone to a TV, depending on the TV’s capabilities and the phone’s operating system. Here are some options you can try:
Using an HDMI cable: If your TV has an HDMI input and your phone has an HDMI output (usually via a USB-C port), you can use an HDMI cable to connect the two devices. Simply connect one end of the cable to the phone and the other end to the TV, then switch the TV’s input to the HDMI port you are using.
Using a digital AV adapter: If your phone has a lightning port (for iPhones) or a USB-C port (for Android phones), you can use a digital AV adapter to connect the phone to the TV. Connect one end of the adapter to the phone and the other end to the TV using an HDMI cable, then switch the TV’s input to the HDMI port you are using.
Using a wireless connection: If your TV has built-in support for a wireless standard such as Miracast or AirPlay, you may be able to connect your phone to the TV wirelessly. On your phone, go to the Settings app and look for a “Screen Mirroring” or “Cast Screen” option. Follow the on-screen instructions to connect the phone to the TV.
Using a streaming device: If your TV does not have built-in support for wireless connections, you can use a streaming device such as a Chromecast, Roku, or Amazon Fire Stick to connect your phone to the TV. Simply connect the streaming device to the TV and follow the on-screen instructions to set it up. Then, use the streaming device’s app on your phone to send content from the phone to the TV. Note that the specific steps for connecting your phone to a TV may vary depending on the model of your phone and TV and the version of their operating systems. If the steps above do not work for your devices, you may need to refer to their user manuals or search online for instructions specific to your models.