How To Connect Tablet To Projector Wirelessly

Are you looking for how to connect tablet to projector wirelessly? Look no further! Here are step-by-step instructions on how to do just that.

Get a HDMI wireless dongle

The first step is to get a HDMI wireless dongle. This will allow you to connect your tablet to the projector wirelessly.
There are a few different models available, but we recommend the IOGEAR Wireless HD Digital Kit. It’s easy to set up and it’s compatible with most tablets and smartphones.

Once you have the dongle, follow the instructions that come with it to set it up. After set up, you will see a “WiFi Display” option in your tablet’s settings menu.

Plug the dongle into your projector’s HDMI port

First, identify the type of projector you have. If it’s a digital projector, it likely has an HDMI port. If it’s an analog projector, you will need to purchase a conversion cable that will allow you to connect the dongle to your projector via the VGA port.

Next, locate the HDMI port on your projector and plug the dongle into it. Once it’s connected, power on your projector and tablet. The next thing you should do is go into your tablet’s settings and look for the “display” or “projector” option.

From here, select the correct input (HDMI or VGA) and change the resolution to match your projector’s native resolution. You may need to experiment with different resolutions until you find one that works best for your setup.

Complete set-up by connecting to wi-fi or enabling mirroring

This step-by-step guide will help you set up your tablet so you can wirelessly connect it to a projector. By the end, you’ll be able to share your screen with others in the room, making it great for presentations, movies, or games.

To get started, you’ll need a few things:

  • Tablet with Android 4.2 or higher
  • Projector with an HDMI input
  • Wireless router
  • Miracast adapter (optional)

Follow these steps to get set up:

  1. Turn on your projector and select the HDMI input.
  2. On your tablet, open the Settings app and tap ‘Display.’
  3. Tap ‘Cast Screen.’ If you don’t see this option, your device may not be compatible withscreen mirroring.
  4. Select your projector from the list of available devices. If prompted, enter the PIN foryour projector.
  5. Your tablet’s screen will now be projected on the big screen!

Enable Miracast on your tablet and choose projector as receiver

Before you get started, you need to make sure that your tablet supports Miracast. This is a wireless technology that allows you to connect your tablet to a compatible projector or TV.

If your tablet does not support Miracast, you will not be able to connect it wirelessly to a projector. You can check if your tablet supports Miracast by going to the Settings menu and looking for the option.

Once you’ve confirmed that your tablet supports Miracast, follow these steps to connect it wirelessly to a projector:

  1. Turn on the projector and make sure it’s in wireless mode.
  2. On your tablet, open the Settings menu and select the option for “Connections.”
  3. Select the “Miracast” option from the list of available connections.
  4. Choose the projector as the receiver for your tablet’s signal.
  5. Your tablet will now connect wirelessly to the projector!


Tablets have quickly become one of the most popular ways to consume digital content. They’re portable, they’re powerful, and they offer a great way to stay connected andproductive while on the go.

One of the great things about tablets is that they can easily connect to a projector for presentations, movies, and more. In this article, we’ll show you how to connect your tablet to a projector wirelessly, so you can make the most of your tablet’s capabilities.

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