iPhone or iPad with Lightning Port
Very easy, you need to use the official Lightning to HDMI adapter here: https://www.apple.com/.../A/lightning-digital-av-adapter...
- Option 1: an HDMI to mini HDMI cable from the Apple adapter to the projector
- Option 2: an normal HDMI cable to the HDMI to Mini HDMI adapter (included in the box)
- Option 3: Google Chromecast dongle connected directly to the projector, the iPhone will then cast any content to the projector
Don't forget: there is no other cable able to do this, don't be tricked by lightning to HDMI cables on Amazon, Wish or Aliexpress: they don't work with protected streaming content like Netflix or Disney+!
This adapter above is the only official way.
Smartphones / iPad Pro / MacBook / Other Laptop or Tablet with USB-C connector
- Smartphones: check if your USB-C equipped device supports HDMI (video) through USB-C as some smartphones support only USB-C Charge.
- Apple iPad Pro, MacBook Air/pro: should work without any issue
- Laptop running on Windows: please check your manufacturer specifications
- Other Tablets with USB-C (Samsung, Lenovo...): please check your manufacturer specifications
If you device supports video through USB-C:
- Option 1: connect a USB-C to HDMI cable directly to the device. Then connect the cable to the HDMI to Mini HDMI adapter (included in the box)
- Option 2: connect a USB-C to mini HDMI cable directly to the projector
- Option 3: connect a USB-C adapter to your smartphone, then an HDMI to mini HDMI cable to the projector
- Option 3: connect a USB-C adapter to your smartphone, then an HDMI cable and use the HDMI to mini HDMI adapter to the projector
- Option 4: use a dedicated Adapter (Like Apple Digital AV Adapter) from the device to the projector
- Option 5: Google Chromecast dongle connected directly to the projector, your device will then cast any content to the projector
Don't forget: it exists different USB-C cables: charge, charge+video, charge+data. Please use only USB-C to HDMI or mini HDMI cables
Smartphones with MHL connector
Your smartphone may have a micro USB connector with MHL technology (old smartphones)
Be sure that your smartphone supports MHL through the micro USB port as some lower end smartphones support only micro USB Charge.
If your smartphone is compatible, you can directly connect your smartphone to the projector using a MHL adapter to an HDMI cable.
As this is an old technology, streaming services like Netflix may not work.
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