www.amazon.com/firetv/mirroring : Use Display Mirroring on Fire TV with Your Android Device
To mirror your Android device on a Fire TV device, hold down the Home button on your Fire TV remote and select Mirroring to enable it. Note that iOS, MacOS, and Android devices older than Android OS 4.2 do not support screen mirroring.
When mirroring, make sure that both devices are connected to the same Wi-Fi network.
Use Display Mirroring on Fire TV with Your Android Device
You can mirror your display on compatible phones or tablets that support Miracast
Compatible devices can include:
- Android devices running Android OS 4.2 (Jelly Bean) or higher
- Fire tablets (3rd Generation or higher)
- Fire phone
Note: iOS and MacOS devices aren’t supported.
The following Amazon Fire TV devices don’t support Display Mirroring:
- Amazon Fire TV (3rd Generation)
- Fire TV Cube
- Fire TV Edition televisions
To start display mirroring, press and hold the Home button on your Fire TV remote, and select the Mirroring option. Then connect your compatible device. Press any button on your remote to stop display mirroring.
Can’t Screen Mirror on Fire TV Devices
To resolve most issues with screen mirroring, make sure that your device and Fire TV are compatible.
- The following devices don’t support screen mirroring:
- iOS and MacOS
- Android devices older than Android OS 4.2 (Jelly Bean)
- Android devices that do not support Miracast
- Windows devices that do not support Wireless Display (WiDi)
- Check if your Fire TV can screen mirror. To check, hold down the Home button on the Fire TV remote. If you see a Mirroring icon, your device is compatible.
- Connect your Fire TV and the device you want to mirror to the same Wi-Fi network.
- Move your devices within 30 ft (10 m) of each other.