An Android TV stick, also known as an Android TV dongle or Android TV mini PC, is a small device that resembles a USB flash drive. It runs on the Android operating system and is designed to be plugged into an HDMI port on your TV, turning it into a smart TV. Similar to an Android TV Box, an Android TV stick provides access to various streaming services, apps, games, and digital content from the internet. It allows you to enjoy a smart TV experience on any television with an HDMI input. The main difference is that an Android TV stick is compact and portable, making it easier to carry and use in different locations.

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How to Screencast to TV Stick?

1. Make sure your Android TV stick is connected to your TV and properly set up.

2. On your Android device, swipe down from the top of the screen to open the notification shade and look for the “Cast” or “Screen Mirroring” icon. Alternatively, go to the device’s settings menu and look for the “Cast” or “Screen Mirroring” option.

3. Tap on the “Cast” or “Screen Mirroring” option to search for available devices.

4. Select your Android TV stick from the list of available devices.

5. Your Android device’s screen will be mirrored on your TV through the Android TV stick. You can now navigate your Android device’s screen, open apps, and play media, and it will be displayed on your TV screen.

Note that the exact steps may vary depending on your Android device and the version of Android it runs on. Additionally, ensure that both your Android device and your Android TV stick are connected to the same Wi-Fi network. Some Android devices may have different names for screencasting, such as “Smart View” or “Airscreen(on iATV Stick R3).”