Mirroring or streaming content directly from your device to Sony TV can be transformative. In order to do this, both must be connected to the same WiFi network.
Utilizing the Input Select button of your Sony remote, navigate to AirPlay & HomeKit Settings and activate this feature in order to begin streaming content.
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Screen Mirroring is an innovative feature available on some Sony television models that allows you to reflect the screen of a compatible device onto the television screen, making it convenient for watching media such as movies and TV shows, playing games, or more. Once connected via HDMI cable to the television and selecting an input source on it, Screen Mirroring makes your viewing experience truly immersive!
Step one in using screen mirroring is connecting both devices to a WiFi network, then opening Control Center on an iOS device (with Home button or Face ID) and tapping Screen Mirroring option.
Select your TV from the available devices and follow any onscreen instructions to complete its connection process. Some TVs may require you to enter a passcode via phone or tablet in order to complete its connection process.
If your AirPlay is only showing an image without sound, this could be due to network connection issues. Make sure both devices are on the same Wi-Fi network using the same password, and are connected directly to power sources without creating interference with each other.
If your network is working as intended, you should be able to activate the screen mirroring feature on your Sony Bravia TV by using the Input Select button on its remote control. This should take you directly into “AirPlay & HomeKit Settings,” where this feature can be enabled. This is great for those who wish to view images from separate devices on an enlarged screen; however it can become frustrating when it doesn’t work; to remedy this situation reboot your network or remove devices that may cause interference on wifi signals as possible solutions.
Sony TVs feature Apple AirPlay 2 and HomeKit to allow users to stream media wirelessly from an iPhone, iPad, or Mac without using third-party apps and provide an enhanced TV viewing experience.
But, if you have recently experienced audio only playback when using this feature, this could be due to either your TV or streaming device being at fault – there may be ways of solving this problem though.
Start by connecting both devices to the same Wi-Fi network. It is also advised that
both of them receive updates of their firmware as this can address compatibility issues with AirPlay. Check your TV settings menu or manufacturer website for updates; once one becomes available, follow prompts for downloading and installing it; once complete, AirPlay should work smoothly without issue.
Sony TVs are compatible with Apple’s AirPlay feature, enabling users to stream content from their iPhone or iPad onto a larger screen. Unfortunately, however, this process may not always go smoothly and may require troubleshooting if WiFi, firmware updates, or basic settings become an issue – here are a few steps that you can take to take back control of your AirPlay experience and fix it!
Users looking to use AirPlay on a Sony TV must first ensure both devices are connected to the same Wi-Fi network, with both Input Source buttons set for Apple AirPlay and HomeKit Settings activated on their respective television sets. Once ready for Apple AirPlay use, a code will appear on an Apple device which must then be entered into input settings on your Sony TV – this step helps prevent interference between two devices; should this code fail acceptance by restarting it may help regain reception of signal from both sides.