How to share screen with Xbox one

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Are you looking to share your screen with your Xbox One console? It’s a useful feature that allows you to display content from your device, such as a phone or tablet, on your TV screen via the console. This can be handy for things like showing photos or videos to a group of people, or for using your device as a second screen while playing games. In this guide, we’ll walk you through the steps on how to share your screen with an Xbox One console, so you can make the most of this convenient feature.

Step 1: Connect Your Device and Console to the Same Network

How to share screen with Xbox one

Before you start, make sure that both your device (such as a phone or tablet) and your Xbox One console are connected to the same home network. This is necessary for the device and console to communicate with each other.

Step 2: Download and Open the Xbox App

How to share screen with Xbox one

On your device, download and install the Xbox app from the App Store (iOS) or the Google Play Store (Android). The Xbox app is a free app that allows you to connect to and control your Xbox One console from your device.

Once the app is installed, open it. If you are prompted to sign in, use the same Microsoft account that you use to sign in to your Xbox One console.

Step 3: Connect to Your Console

How to share screen with Xbox one

In the Xbox app, select the “Connect” icon in the top right corner of the screen. This will bring up a list of available devices that you can connect to, including your Xbox One console.

Select your Xbox One console from the list of available devices. If your console does not appear in the list, make sure that it is turned on and connected to the same network as your device.

Step 4: Start Sharing Your Screen

How to share screen with Xbox one

On your Xbox One console, press the “Home” button on your controller to bring up the main menu.

From the main menu, select “Broadcast & capture” from the list of options. This will open the broadcast & capture menu, which allows you to control various settings related to sharing your screen and recording gameplay footage.

In the broadcast & capture menu, select “Start broadcasting” to begin sharing your screen. You should see a notification on your device indicating that the screen sharing has started.

Step 5: Stop Sharing Your Screen

To stop sharing your screen, return to the broadcast & capture menu on your console and select “Stop broadcasting.”

With these steps, you should now be able to share your screen with your Xbox One console. Whether you want to show off some photos or videos, or use your device as a second screen while playing games, this feature makes it easy to display content from your device on your TV screen. We hope this guide has been helpful and that you are now able to take advantage of this convenient feature on your Xbox One console.


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