You can connect Samsung Galaxy S6 to TV in several ways, you can do so using either miracast, Samsung Bluetooth Low or Chromecast. When you connect the smartphone Galaxy S6 to TV, you can mirror what is on your smartphone to your HDTV.
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Let us begin with the tutorial for the day and the main reason why you are here.
Connect Samsung Galaxy S6 To TV: Miracast
To connect Samsung Galaxy S6 to TV with Miracast or Samsung Bluetooth Low, simply follow the easy steps below.
If your smart TV doesn’t support Miracast or Samsung Bluetooth Low, you would have to obtain one the following accessories;
We would allow Screen Mirroring on Samsung Galaxy S6 with the any of the item above.
Connect the purchased item to an HDMI port on the TV
Simply register Samsung Galaxy S6 by swiping down the notification bar of your device, select Quick Connect > Register TV
Connect Samsung Galaxy S6 To TV: BLE Option
BLE simply stands for Bluetooth Low Energy, if you have the Samsung Bluetooth Low Energy function on your smart TV, you only need to swipe down Samsung Galaxy S6 notification bar, tap Quick Connect, select the TV, Tap TV to mobile device. Samsung Galaxy S6 Screen Mirroring should work like a charm for you.
This is an alternative way to connect S6 to TV. Chromecast do not support Screen Mirroring at the moment. However, there are future plans for that. This method is written, purely because “only” a limited amount of apps can be used with Chromecast.
If you find this too technical, I strongly suggest you choose any of the available options above.
- Purchase a Chromecast adapter if your smart TV does not support Chromecast [Connect the adapter to an available HDMI port on your TV]
- Determine that the Chromecast and Samsung Galaxy S6 are connected on the same Wi-Fi network
- Download and Install Chromecast app on Samsung Galaxy S6
- Use the Wizard to completely set up Galaxy S6 with TV
- Open any app that supports Chromecast, and tap the Cast button within the app to initiate Screen Mirror
Note: Samsung Galaxy S6 do not support MHL connection like it’s predecessor, Samsung Galaxy S5. The AllShare feature has also been replaced with Samsung Link.
This is how you connect Samsung Galaxy S6 to TV, I hope this was helpful. Finally here is way to set alarm clock on Samsung Galaxy S6. This is all for now.