Watching your content is a lot better on a bigger screen than doing it from an Android or iPhone device and even from a laptop computer. But, not all smart TVs and streamers can cast app screens from mobile devices or computer. Roku Smart TV and Roku streaming sticks offer an excellent solution through its screen mirroring feature. It allows users to replicate what is on their Android or Windows device directly on their Roku TV.
Now, you can view the content from your apps on a mobile device on your smart TV. You may also cast photos, music, and web pages. All you have to do is enable the feature on your device and connect it with your Roku Smart TV.
However, many users claimed that their Roku TV screen mirroring is not working on their Windows 10 computer. When trying to establish a connection between devices, they end up seeing the error messages, “Couldn’t Connect” or the screen is stuck at “Connecting”.
How to Fix Can’t Mirror on Roku TV from Windows 10 Computer
This problem may be due to issues with your Windows 10 operating system or an issue with device drivers. If you encounter the Roku TV screen mirroring error, there are ways on how you can fix it. Check out the methods below.
Method #1 – Re-Add Roku to Your Paired Device
- On the search box or Run dialog box, type ms-settings:connectedevices and hit Enter.
- Look for the Bluetooth and other devices option and click to open.
- Go to Other Devices.
- Look for your Roku device and click it.
- Select Remove device.
- After removing the Roku TV, you can now re-add it.
- Go back to Bluetooth and other devices.
- Click Add Bluetooth or other devices.
- Choose the Wireless display or dock. It will scan for the available device.
- Click the Roku TV and add it to the list.
- Reboot your computer.
Method #2 – Update Your Windows 10 PC
- To check for available updates, click Start.
- Go to Settings.
- Choose Update & Security.
- Select Windows Update.
- Click Check for updates.
- Install available updates and restart your PC.
- Now, try the screen mirroring again.
Method #3 – Install Latest Update on Network Driver
- Click the Start button.
- On the search box, type Device Manager.
- Click to open.
- Go to Network Adapter.
- Click the drop-down arrow.
- Right-click wireless network driver.
- Click Properties.
- Go to Driver.
- Select Update Driver.
- Choose Search Automatically for updated driver software.
- Once the scan is complete, install the update on your driver.
- After the update is complete, restart your computer.
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