How To Mirror LG V40 ThinQ Screen To TV

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The LG V40 ThinQ smartphone commonly referred to as the LG V40, is an Android phablet manufactured by LG Electronics as part of the LG V series. It was announced on the date of October 3, 2018 and is the successor to the previous devices in the LG V series, namely the LG V30, LG V30S ThinQ, and LG V35 ThinQ. The LG V40 was released primarily in the United States on October 18, 2018.

The LG V40 ThinQ is the first smartphone to have five cameras on a single device to give you some more shooting options.

The LG V40 ThinQ smartphone is ready to capture everything that’s in front of you with its super-wide rear camera that has a 107-degree Field Of View. It’s not as dramatic as the 120 degree Fied Of View on the original LG V10 smartphone, but that’s in order to reduce barrel distortion at the edges.

How To Mirror LG V40 ThinQ Screen To TV:

To share media files, an active Wi-Fi connection must be established. Refer to the following for assistance:

Turn Wi-Fi On/Off

Set Up Wi-Fi Connection

To play or copy media to / from other devices (e.g., computer, TV, etc.), they must be connected to the same Wi-Fi network and may need to be configured for sharing.

A Miracast-enabled HDTV or a Wireless Display adapter may be required to view your smartphone’s screen via an external display.

Some apps (e.g., YouTube, Netflix, etc.) support displaying the app contents on a remote display. Within the app, tap the Cast icon then select the desired display from the list.

Here are a few ways to share your screen to a TV. A compatible TV or additional accessories may be required.

 

Share Your LG 40 ThinQ Screen To TV:

Follow these steps to view your entire screen contents on your TV.

From a Home screen, navigate: Settings Connected devices > Connected devices.

Tap Screen sharing.

Tap the Screen sharing switch to turn on or off.

Tap the appropriate TV or Miracast dongle.

If the appropriate device is not showing, tap SEARCH (bottom of the screen).

 

Share with a PC Using the SmartShare App:

For more information about the SmartShare app, see this page.

From a Home screen, navigate: Settings Connected devices > Connected devices.

Tap File sharing.

Tap the SmartShare Beam switch to turn on or off.

 

Media Server Settings (DLNA):

Configure these settings to share files with a DLNA-enabled device (e.g., TV, game console, etc.). To determine whether your device supports the DLNA standard, see this product database.

While this device can share files with a media server, the files can’t be directly played from the phone. The media server has to search for the phone while content sharing is turned on. See the media server’s support documentation for further assistance.

From a Home screen, navigate: Settings icon > Connected devices.

Tap Media server.

Tap Content sharing to turn on Switch on or off.

Review the Content sharing notice then tap YES.

Tap Content to share.

Select any of the following then tap OK.

Photos
Videos
Music

If presented, tap Receive content to enable or disable.

Enabled when a check mark is present.

 

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