Buy unlimited mirror4cast here:
Mirror4cast could mirror the screen of any android device to your chromecast.
Your android device MUST be rooted;
There is no audio for mirroring;
There is about 0.5 second delay for screen mirroring;
You MUST root your device, otherwise, you could not start mirror service.
How to root your android device:
If you could not start "mirror service", please install "root master" or "supersu" to grand ROOT permission
Mirror the screen of any android device to chromecast;
You could try the mirroring function for 3 minutes, then it will be locked for 1 minute.
Usage of mirror4cast:
You could see picture, PDF, document, etc, on TV;
You could see screen of game on TV;
You could see video chat on TV;
User guide for mirror4cast:
If you want cast video/audio, not mirroring, you could try y2cast.
Xperia Z1 4.4
Screen mirroring can be done using the official Google Cast app, which is free and works with audio as well. What is the point of this?
Why would I buy the app if the trial won't work?
Keeps crashing my phone
Running job 4.1.2 on zte awe and after a little bit of a hiccup on the free trial, I got it working. A good not of lag, but I can't complain too much since this is the first screen mirroring I have gotten with this phone. If you can improve the speed, that will be awesome. Is this uploading the screen to the Wi-Fi network or all the way online? Just trying to discover what I can maybe tinker with do make it run better. Gonna purchase the full app since it's definitely worth it for the price.
But you need to make the app UI more intuitive. The biggest problem is that the casting is very slow and laggy please improve it massively :) decent start though
Started service fine but can't connect it to my Chromecast
Started the service, connected to Chromecast OK. When I chose to Mirror, the screen only dims a little.
OK so it seemed to work on my GT2 10.1 with Cyanogenmod , however it is super laggy, like 0.5 frames a second. It simply is not quick enough for what I would use it for, namely gaming. Needs work in speed and general user experience. Seriously though I like the idea of mirroring my android screen to my TV via chrome cast, however I don't see why I should pay more than 1 pound for it and second why should I need root for this feature to work. But really the big problem is speed and general usability.
Instead of performance you would expect on the current Chromecast mirroring on select devices, you get a slideshow. Not worth a purchase untill the performance is better.
Tried this app on my note 10.1 2014 ed. to try and get some imdb trailers to work on my theater screen... No sound and copy frame rate is all I got.
Xperia Z1 4.4
Always says that the Chromecast is disconnected when it isn't. Can't get this working at all. Uninstalling! SGS3 GT-I9300 stock 4.3 rooted.
Does this app work with "Non Rooted" HTC one M8?
Not working on rooted galaxy s3 4.3
Makes the phone run hot and freeze. Works if lucky for about 2 second. Trial period to short to try anything. And they want to charge for the full version. Please.... Save your money and wait for the official Google cast that is on the way.
Need root access uninstalling.
I can only see this app on the chromecast. As soon as I leave it disconnects.
Not working on nexus 4
Connects to the chromecast fine I wait for it to allow to cast it then crashes my phone
I love the idea, but this is definitely not ready for stable release, nevermind a premium version! It only worked for a few seconds before crashing when trying to rotate or change app, caused my screen to flash black, Nova Launcher, Play Store and settings to crash repeatedly every few seconds requiring reboot. Not usable in this state I'm afraid!
The UI looks a little dated, and I couldn't get the service to start on the Android L Dev preview (I know, I know). Other than that, good app.
It does not work and will only frieze your device
App is very laggy and the timer trial is ridiculously stupid. Put ads on it not this timer... Will change rating once timer removed.
Running PA 4.4 on a N7 (2012). Framerate was around 1-4FPS, which isn't really usable for anything realtime. I consider this more of a proof of concept.
Needs to be rooted.
Works but of course still slow (which is not the developer's fault)