How to Connect Roku TV to Android Phone: A Step-by-Step Guide

Android Go to settings and tap Smart View (or equivalent term used by your Android device) Select your Roku device from the Smart View menu (or equivalent) to start the connection. Tip: You can change how your Roku device appears in the list by setting the name and location.

Screen mirroring is a great way to display content from your phone to a larger screen, and Roku players are perfect for that. The process of screen mirroring from an Android phone to a Roku player is quite simple and can be done in a few steps. In this guide, we will walk you through the process of connecting your Roku TV to your Android phone.

First, ensure that your Roku player is connected to the same wireless internet router as your phone. Check the network settings on your Roku player to verify that both devices are connected to the same internet source. You can do this by going to “network” in the settings menu.

Next, navigate to “system” in the settings menu and then select “screen mirroring.” Make sure that the “screen mirroring mode” is set to “prompt.” This means that you will need to select “okay” when you want to start casting to your Roku player.

Now it’s time to connect your Android phone to your Roku player. To do this, drag down the top area of your phone’s screen and click on the gear icon to access settings. In the settings menu, click on “bluetooth & device connection” and then select “connection preferences.” From there, click on “cast” and ensure that both your phone and Roku player are connected to the same internet source.

Once you’ve verified that both devices are connected, you should see your Roku player appear in the cast area on your phone. Select your Roku player to start the communication process between your phone and Roku player.

Now back on your Roku player, when the prompt appears, click “allow” to start the screen mirroring process. It may take a little time for your phone to boot up and connect to your Roku player.

Once you’ve completed these steps, your phone’s screen will appear on your Roku player, and you can start casting content to your TV. To test it out, open a video on your phone and play it in portrait mode, then rotate your phone to landscape mode to see the full picture view.

With these steps, you should be able to connect your Roku TV to your Android phone and start casting your favorite content to your TV. We hope this guide was helpful to you!


Can you connect Android to Roku TV?
Yes — just make sure screen mirroring is enabled in your Roku's settings menu. Then, go to your Android device's screen mirroring settings and turn it on. Keep in mind that Android device settings can vary by brand, so you'll need to determine how to do it with your particular device.
How do I pair my Roku TV with my phone?
If your Roku TV or device is on the same Wi-Fi network as your Android phone, the app will find and display that available device. When you tap the device, the Roku app will establish a connection, and you'll see the word Connected appear in green.