The 'Screencast' or 'Multiscreen' function requires both your Android device and your Kogan Smart HDR TV to be connected to the same network. To connect your TV to your router, press the 'Menu' button on your remote and select 'Options'. Under the 'Network Configuration' menu in options, you will be able to scan and connect to your network.
Please note many modern routers have a 2.4GHz network and a 5GHz network that operate simultaneously. Your Android device and TV will both need to be on the same network even if they are from the same WiFi router. It varies from router-to-router, but you can typically tell your networks apart by the name. Your 2.4GHz wireless network name may be called “MyHomeWiFi”, in which case your 5GHz network would typically be called something like “MyHomeWiFi-5G”.
The setting required on your Android device will vary from model to model, however, this is generally accessed through the quick settings bar at the top of your screen.
This may be labelled Screen Mirroring, Smart View, Cast, ScreenCast or another similar name as per your Android device’s user manual. Older devices, as well as those running operating systems older than Android 4.1.12 may not have support for this feature.
Once both devices are connected to the same network, please navigate to the Screencast/Multiscreen application accessible on your TV’s Home screen, and enable your screen mirroring setting on your device. On your phone, select the Kogan Smart TV from the list of available devices, and click connect. This will now mirror your Android device on your Kogan Smart TV.
If you require any further assistance with this feature, please do not hesitate to contact our Customer Care Team. For more information on contacting us, please click here.