AirSharing User Guide
You can mirror your device on RVC for ultimate group collaboration experience. AirSharing feature on RVC allows you to connect any smartphone from different platforms (IOS, Android, Windows phone). And now we will illustrate how you can Project your phone screen to RVC.
Windows Phone Devices
Want to see stuff from your Windows Phone 8.1—like video, family photos, or an app you've developed—on a bigger screen?
Be sure your phone’s Wi-Fi is turned on, and then do the following:
- In the App list, tap Settings > Project my screen.
- Tap the device you want to connect to. We’ll automatically detect any nearby devices that can support a wireless display connection with your phone.
Grab your Android device, and go to Settings > Display > Wireless display. (If your device is running 4.4 or lower, the Menu icon looks like this . If your device is running 4.3 or lower, the Settings icon looks like this.)
Turn the Wireless display feature on, and wait a moment while the device looks for your RVC. When it appears in the list, tap to connect, and a few moments later, you'll see your Android device duplicated on the big screen.
You can use AirPlay Mirroring on these devices (iPhone 4s or later, iPad 2 or later, iPad mini or later, iPod touch (5th generation)), to share content wirelessly on the RVC,
To enable AirPlay Mirroring on your iOS 7 device, follow these steps:
- Swipe up from the bottom of your screen to access Control Center.
- Tap AirPlay.
- Tap RVC device name, then tap Mirroring. Once enabled, your iOS device's screen will be mirrored on your App.
Head to the Start Screen, Mouse and keyboard users should place their cursor in the top right corner of their screen to open the Charms Bar. Touch users should place their finger on the right edge of their screen and slide it slight to the left. Tap or click on Devices.
Tap or click on Project > Tap or click on Add a wireless display
Now, Windows 8.1 will take you into the Settings app so that it can scan RVC. Tap or click on the name of the receiver (RVC).
Now you should be connected.
Turning AirPlay Mirroring on. Make sure that AirPlay mirroring menu icon turns blue when AirPlay Mirroring is on.
You can turn Airplay on in System Preferences > Displays:
Note: If you don't see AirPlay Display or AirPlay Mirroring options in the Displays pavne of System Preferences, then your Mac model does not support this feature.