Screen mirroring Symptoms
- Sony Screen mirroring compatible devices (e.g. some models of Xperia) can be connected.
The Screen mirroring function works by Miracast technology, making it possible to connect with a device that conforms with Miracast.
- If connecting a Miracast device (e.g. note PC) fails, press the HOME button, then select [Inputs] → [Screen mirroring] to show the standby screen for the Screen mirroring function.
- Devices emitting radio waves, such as other wireless LAN devices or microwave ovens, may interfere with the Screen mirroring function using wireless LAN. Keep the TV or Sony Screen mirroring compatible devices (e.g. some models of Xperia) away from such devices, or turn them off if possible.
- Communication speed may change according to the distance or obstacles between devices, device configuration, radio wave condition, line congestion or the device you use. Communication may cut out due to the radio wave condition.
- The source device needs to meet HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection) 2.0/2.1/2.2 standards. Some pay contents may not be displayed via a source device which does not meet HDCP 2.0/2.1/2.2 standards.
- If you are using Screen mirroring with another device, turn off Screen mirroring first and try again.
- If your device does not support 5GHz and you set the [Band Setting] option to [Auto (5GHz Band)], try changing it to [Auto].
- Press the HOME button, then select [Inputs] → [Screen mirroring] to show the standby screen for Screen mirroring and try again.