How can I tell if my device supports Wi-Fi Miracast?

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  • Rezwana Shaik

    Pleases mera device not supported

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  • Admin

    Rezwana,

    Please give us a call as we do not understand your comment. 

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  • Henry Kim

    I don't think your description of the Android situation is quite correct: as I understand it, Google stopped supporting Miracast after Android 6.0 or so. Miracast will not work unless the manufacturer of the device tinkered with the stock OS to enable Miracast, which is often not the case. (I can personally verify Miracast being disabled on Motorola devices, running Android 9.0). It would be extremely valuable to know which phones and tablets still enable Miracast (I know, from personal use, a relatively new ASUS tablet--from 2017--works with Miracast.)

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  • Tracie Fleshman

    I just purchased an Insperon 1500 series with windows 10 i have enacfire wireless and i just need to know if my computer contains the miracast and if not, can i use them with this computer thanks

     

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    Tracie,

    Most Windows 10 laptops support Miracast. 

    An easy way to check would be to hold down the "windows logo" key and tap the "k" key which will bring out a connect panel that allows you to select the ScreenBeam receiver if Miracast is supported. (If you already have the ScreenBeam adapter).

    The other option would be to check the specifications for the laptop or contact Dell to verify Miracast support for that particular model of laptop.

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