How to mirror iPhone to Mac

First option using QuickTime

  1. Connect your iPhone to your Mac using your Lightning to USB cable
  2. Open QuickTime on your Mac
  3. Click on File in the menu bar at the top of the screen
  4. Click on New Movie Recording
  5. Next to the red record button (bottom middle), click on the down arrow. You should see your iPhone named in this list. If it's not there, try disconnecting and reconnecting your iPhone.


     6. Tap on your iPhone
     7.  Your phone is fully mirrored on your computer, in the exact shape of your iPhone screen. 

Second option using Reflector

  1. Download Reflector 3 (https://www.airsquirrels.com/reflector/try) on your Mac
  2. Open the Reflector program on your Mac
  3. Open content on your iPhone which allows for AirPlay — in this example, I used the NFL app
  4. Hit the AirPlay symbol (it's a computer screen with a solid triangle at the bottom)
  5. It will ask you what you want to AirPlay to; tap on the name of your Mac
  6. Your iPhone will ask for an AirPlay Code
  7. An AirPlay code will show on your Mac
  8. Type in the AirPlay code on your iPhone
  9. Your iPhone content will now show up on your Reflector program on your Mac

Info from: https://www.businessinsider.com/how-to-mirror-iphone-to-mac

How to mirror Android to Mac

First option using Vysor

  1. Download Vysor to your computer https://www.vysor.io/
  2. Download Vysor to your phone from Play store
  3. Connect your smartphone to your computer
  4. When you connect for the first time, the mobile os will ask for a USB debugging permission. Accept it by tapping OK. On Android phones under developer options USB cable debugging needs to be enabled.
  5. After a few seconds you can see your mobile screen on your Mac through the Vysor window.

Info from: https://medium.com/mac-os-x/how-to-mirror-your-smart-phone-screen-in-mac-os-x-2daf018aae4d

Second option using AirDroid

  1. On your Android phone download AirDroid from Google Play
  2. Open AirDroid app, no need to sign in
  3. Phone and computer needs to be in the same network
  4. Tap on AirDroid web -> there you will see ip address
  5. Insert that ip address to computer browser
  6. Click on screenshot icon -> accept permissions
  7. After few seconds you can see your mobile screen on your computer 

Info from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qxERmWRH2b8

How to mirror iPhone to Windows

First option using LetsView

  1. Download LetsView on your PC https://letsview.com/
  2. Connect both devices under the same network
  3. On your iPhone, find “Screen Mirroring” from settings and find the name of your PC.Once found, tap the name of your PC and the mirroring will begin

Second option using ApowerMirror

  1. Download and install ApowerMirror on both iPhone and Windows  https://www.apowersoft.com/phone-mirror
  2. Create account to ApowerMirror
  3. Open ApowerMirror on your iPhone and Windows
  4. On your phone choose the name of your Windows and select Phone Screen Mirroring
  5. Then on your phone settings find Screen Mirroring options and tap on the name of your Windows again to start the mirroring process

Info from: https://www.apowersoft.com/best-ways-to-mirror-iphone-to-windows-10.html

How to mirror Android to Windows

First option using LetsView

  1. Download LetsView on your PC https://letsview.com/
  2. Download LetsView on your phone from GooglePlay
  3. Connect both devices under the same network
  4. Select your PC from the list on your Android phone
  5. Tap Phone Screen Mirroring

Info from: https://letsview.com/faq/how-to-use-windows-letsview.html

Second option using Vysor

  1. Download Vysor to your computer https://www.vysor.io/
  2. Download Vysor to your phone from Play store
  3. Connect your smartphone to your computer
  4. When you connect for the first time, the mobile os will ask for a USB debugging permission. Accept it by tapping OK. On Android phones under developer options USB cable debugging needs to be enabled.
  5. On Windows Vysor Choose your devices and click view
  6. After a few seconds you can see your mobile screen on your Mac through the Vysor window.
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