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How to Cast Zoom to TV from Android

Zoom is a platform that is used to connect multiple people in a single call. The Zoom application can be used for office meetings and online classes. While using Zoom on mobile phones, we have to pay attention very closely to observe or read texts. Doing so could be unhealthy for human eyes as well as for human health.

This post will elaborate on the possible methods to cast Zoom to TV from an Android smartphone.

How to Stream Zoom to the TV from an Android Smartphone 

Casting Zoom to TV from an Android device can be done via “Android phone default feature”,  and “third party application”. The step-by-step procedure of all these three methods is mentioned below:

Method 1: Casting Via Android Phone Default Feature

There is a feature name cast that comes built-in on almost all new Android phones. This feature will mirror the Android screen with the (TV) device that is connected to the same network. To casting Via Android phone, follow the below-listed steps:

Note: This method will only work when both TV and Android device is connected to the same network.

Step 1: Join the Zoom meeting on the Android device.

Step 2: After that, swipe down to open the status bar of the Android device:

Step 3: Tap on the “Cast” icon. It will start searching the device:

Step 4: Tap on the “TV name” and then the Android device will start mirroring the screen to the TV:

These steps will cast the Zoom meeting via Android phone.

Method 2: Casting Via Third Party Application

There are various applications available on the Play Store for casting the Android screen. It is suggested to download the app that has “4.5” or above ratings. In this method, we will utilize the app called “Cast to TV- Chromecast, Roku”. The steps by steps approach of casting Zoom to the TV from Android is described below:

  • Step 1: Install the Application from this link.
  • Step 2: Join the Zoom meeting and then minimize it.
  • Step 3: At home, tap on the “Screen Mirroring” option and follow the on-screen instruction.
  • Step 4: Hit the “Connect” option and then select “TV”:

These steps will cast Zoom to TV from the Android device.

We have covered the efficient method to cast Zoom meetings to TV from an Android device.

Conclusion

We can cast the Zoom meeting to the TV from an Android smartphone with the help of two methods: one is casting via Android phone default feature” and other is “via third-party application”. The first method cast is a built-in feature to mirror the Android screen with other devices and the second method will help to cast Zoom meetings if the Android device does not have the cast built-in feature. This blog has presented the two feasible methods to cast Zoom to TV from an Android device.

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