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We have to give a demo to our team for one of our Android Application. I was searching for an app like AirPlay that will share the screen of my Android device on the HDTV and team will be able to view it.

But all I came across the apps that can share files, videos, photos on the screen but not the device screen. (

I came across one app called mirror (, but its not present on Google Play.

SO if anybody has any idea about such application, please share.

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You might try asking – user246 Mar 4 '14 at 15:21

If you have kitkat you can use Miracast, see Wi-Fi CERTIFIED Miracast section

see also this video on youtube

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Hey Onivas, Thanks a lot for this information. It's really helpful. – Subzero Mar 4 '14 at 9:47
The Mircast feature in Android is related and limited to KitKat only (that's what I learned from the URL While exploring the web I came across one more tool called as "AndroidScreenCapure" which I installed and successfully showed demo using same. You can find more details about installation of this application from below URL:… – Subzero Mar 4 '14 at 13:03
Yes, Miracast is only available for kitkat devices, I wrote it in the answer ;) – Onivas Mar 4 '14 at 13:16

Most devices will support a VNC server, for android see:

You must root the device, so the server can get access to the display.

With a VNC viewer you can connect to it with a laptop or another device that supports the viewer. You can also control the device from the VNC viewer, with a mouse and keyboard. Connect the laptop to the HDTV device and your done.

You can also run automated tests against a VNC server with the T-Plan Robot (Commercial version) or the Open Source variant

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