How to mirror Windows 10 PC/Android Screen on Roku

Roku Screen Mirroring Windows 10
Roku Screen Mirroring Windows 10

Roku devices are the best means of streaming TV Channels, Movies and Videos to Smart TV using an internet connection. Roku gets its streams from internet and with the help of HDMI cable, you can feed streams to a display device, a smart TV. You can get more info about Roku here. Here I am going to let you know how to mirror Windows 10/8.1/8/7 PC or Android device screen on Roku.

Roku Screen Mirroring Windows 10

Roku Screen Mirroring Windows 10

Roku Streaming Stick, Roku 3, Roku Express Plus etc. devices and the recent Roku devices got Screen Mirroring feature, with which Roku devices are now able to mirror Windows 10 PC or Android screens on Roku devices. With a few clicks on your Roku Smart TV and on your Windows PC, you can configure Screen casting from your Windows PC/Android device. To enable Roku screen mirroring, please follow below tutorial.

Mirror Windows 10 PC Screen on Roku

  • To enable Roku Screen Mirroring, go to Roku’s Settings.
  • Select “System” and select “Screen mirroring“.
  • Now Select “Enable Screen mirroring” and make sure that you have enabled it. – This will mirror what’s on your smartphone, tablet or Windows PC screen on to your Smart TV screen. You can now cast Web Pages, Videos, Photos, Music etc.
Roku Screen Mirroring

Roku Screen Mirroring

  • Now, you have to go to your Windows PC or Android device from which you want to share the screen.
  • On Windows 8/8.1/10 PC, Press Windows Key + C and Click on Devices.
  • Now click on Project and then click on Add a wireless display.
  • While searching for devices, you will see Roku device in the list of devices. Add that Roku device to your Windows PC. After sometime your Windows PC screen will begin casting to Roku Smart TV.

Cast Android Screen to Roku

  • On Android device, go to Settings -> Display and tap on Cast Screen.
  • If you have enabled screen mirroring on Roku device, you should see Roku device here in your Android device under Cast screen.
  • Tap on Roku device and Check Enable Wireless display.
  • Now after few seconds your Android device’s screen will begin casting to Roku device.

Once you are done, press Home button on your Smart TV’s remote control to stop casting and go to your Smart TV’s home button.

10 Comments on "How to mirror Windows 10 PC/Android Screen on Roku"

  1. The Roku Express Plus doesnt NOT support screen mirroring.

  2. Randy Blackwell | December 19, 2017 at 3:37 am | Reply

    I pressed on the WINDOWS KEY+C and nothing happened? No menu? Nothing

  3. @randy

    Same. Quicker path on win-10, hit win-p instead and click “connect to wireless display” at the bottom.

  4. This works with my windows 10 device, but my Moto Z android on the cast screen says “no nearby devices found”

    any suggestions?

  5. Jeremy Roebuck | January 25, 2018 at 10:57 pm | Reply

    it is windows + p not windows +c

  6. I have two Roku. One’s a 372, and the other is more updated and tiny. I noticed that the 372 will pair, but the newer one will load anx exit out.

  7. I can’t get it to connect. It will find the tv and try connecting, but then it says Could Not Connect

  8. UNKNOWN MALFUNCTION. Audio only. Also How can you do this with wired connection? Router / cat5e.

  9. I also get the message “could not connect”

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