Roku is one of the leading streaming devices and digital media players developed by Roku, Inc. They’re well known and admired for their wide access to amazing streaming channels like Netflix, HBO, Prime, and more. Roku provides some of the most flexible features which are also in accordance with the latest technological trends.
With online streaming now trending on several platforms across the globe, Roku is adapting and evolving to these fast-growing trends. Android devices provide one major platform of digital use. And to make it sweeter, Roku now allows user to monitor the Roku screen with their Android device. This can be done using 'Screen Mirroring'. Here’s how to use your Android device to monitor your Roku screen:
How to use Android Device to Monitor Roku screen
Screen mirroring is a two-way process. To access your Roku screen, you must change settings on both your Android device, and Roku screen. Follow these steps to do the same:
On the Roku home screen, go to the 'Settings' option.
In the 'Settings' menu, select the 'System' option.
In the 'System' tab, go to the 'Screen Mirroring' option.
In the Screen mirroring menu, select the ‘Prompt’ option for a secure method.
And Roku is ready to connect with your Android device.
Android settings interfaces vary for different mobile models. So, on any device, just navigate to the Connections or Display Settings menu. And approve wireless display option.
Look for the ‘Wireless Display’ option in the Settings menu.
Enable the 'Wireless Display' option.
With this you’re done. Just connect through either device and enjoy using your Android device to monitor your Roku screen.