How to connect Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 to TV

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asked Apr 25, 2016 by Manhattan (177,950 points)
How can I connect Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 to the Smart TV

How can I connect Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 to the Smart TV

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answered Apr 25, 2016 by Manhattan (177,950 points)
edited Dec 22, 2016 by Manhattan

How to Screen Mirroring Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 to TV

"Video Mirroring" or "screen casting" the terms are many to mean the ability display the screen of a smartphone or tablet on a TV . Android enables yesterday, thanks to the Chromecast. How it works is explained to you. How to connect Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 to the television?

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In order to connect Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 to the tv  have a Chromecast, which costs about 35 euros. We devoted an entire folder , which I invite you to read. Know that other certified devices "Chromecast" you can now be marketed.

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Google Cast devices allow you to easily cast all your entertainment on your TV or on your ..

You then download the latest version of the Chromecast app on your Android device. If your Android and Chromecast are paired, you just have to select it in the list. The option is also available in Settings> Display> Screen Broadcast (Android Settings> Display> Screen Cast).

There are also more traditional methods, but with a cable: MHL, HDMI ...

commented Dec 19, 2016 by connector (2,820 points)
Well, if your TV has a microUSB port, you can connect it with the help of a data cable. However, if you want to connect it wirelessly, you need to plug in a Chromecast and then connect the Redmi Note 3 via WiFi. If it is a normal LED TV (not a Smart TV), this seems the only way to connect the devices.
commented Dec 22, 2016 by anonymous
I also have crhome cast and if I want to play youtube or photos without problem but at the time of streaming the screen I have the image of frozen tv, will be for the rom?  I still do not decide to change it
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answered Apr 28, 2016 by anonymous

DLNA:

The DLNA acronym is short for Digital Living Network Alliance, a standard to which more than 250 technology companies and are subscribed whose mission is to share online content from any device, regardless of brand or model. Compatible equipment can be of any kind, including routers, TVs, hard drives, mobile phones, computers, etc., but need to be connected to a local network by WiFi or Ethernet.

In general there are three basic types of equipment with different roles within a DLNA network: a server to host multimedia files (network hard disk, a computer or mobile itself etc.), a player that will play the content (in our case the phone) and a renderer (a screen or stereo). Being all within the same network, detection should be automatic (or almost) and you just have to dissect the terminal device why we play the video file or sound.

commented Oct 31, 2016 by Arun kumar
moved Oct 31, 2016 by Manhattan
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