How do I know if my Android phone supports MHL?

To determine if your mobile device supports MHL, research the manufacturer specifications for your mobile device. You can also search for your device on the following website:

Do all Android phones support MHL?

MHL was one the first major wired standard for connecting Android smartphones and tablets to TVs, and is supported by many Android phones and tablets (list here). … You can still use MHL even if your TV doesn’t support the standard with an MHL cable or adapter which has separate HDMI and microUSB ports.

How do I enable MHL on my Android?

How to connect an MHL device to a TV using an MHL cable.

  1. Connect the smaller end of the MHL cable to the MHL device.
  2. Connect the larger end (HDMI) end of the MHL cable to the HDMI input on the TV that supports MHL.
  3. Turn on both devices.

How can I tell if my Android phone supports HDMI?

You can also contact your device manufacturer directly and ask if your device supports HD video output, or if it can be connected to an HDMI display. You can also check the MHL-enabled device list and the SlimPort supported device list to see if your device includes this technology.

Can I make my phone MHL compatible?

To use the MHL output from a mobile device using a micro-USB connector, the MHL output must be converted by using an MHL adapter. MHL can only be adapted to HDMI. Although many mobile devices use the micro-USB connector and the MHL adapters can plug into your mobile device, the mobile device still requires MHL support.

Which mobile phones support MHL?


  • AT&T Galaxy S II Note ▼ i777.
  • AT&T Galaxy S II Skyrocket Note ▼ i727.
  • AT&T Galaxy S III Note ▼ i747 (Requires 5-pin to 11-pin adapter tip.)
  • Captivate Glide Note ▼ i927.
  • Cricket Galaxy S III Note ▼ …
  • Galaxy Express Note ▼ …
  • Galaxy K Zoom Note ▼ …
  • Galaxy Mega 6.3 and 5.8 Note ▼

Does Samsung A21S support MHL?

Use an MHL adapter:

Plug into your Samsung Galaxy A21S and connect an HDMI cable to your TV. Switch to the correct HDMI channel on your TV. You can enjoy the screen of your mobile phone.

How can I connect my Android phone to my non smart TV?

Wireless casting: Dongles like Google Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV Stick. If you have a non-smart TV, especially one which is very old, but it has an HDMI slot, the easiest way to mirror your smartphone screen and cast content to the TV is via wireless dongles like Google Chromecast or an Amazon Fire TV Stick device.

How do I make my Android phone HDMI compatible?

The simplest option is a USB-C to HDMI adapter. If your phone has a USB-C port, you can plug this adapter into your phone, and then plug an HDMI cable into the adapter to connect to the TV. Your phone will need to support HDMI Alt Mode, which allows mobile devices to output video.

Why is MHL not working?

Make sure that the mobile device is being connected to the HDMI Input of the TV that is labeled MHL. Make sure that the MHL input on the TV is enabled: On the supplied remote, press HOME → then select Settings → Setup or Channels & Inputs → BRAVIA Sync settings (HDMI CONTROL) → Auto Input Change (MHL).

How do I connect my non MHL phone to my TV?

Connect Your Phone to a HDMI TV Using USB Type-C

Including support for the DisplayPort standard, USB-C can be used to mirror your phone or tablet’s display to a TV. Simply connect the USB-C cable to Android, then connect this to a suitable docking station or USB-C to HDMI adaptor.

Which phones have HDMI output?

To my knowledge, the only currently compatible & available phones that support HDMI-out would be the high-end Samsung phones:

  • Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 8.
  • Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+

Does Samsung A51 support HDMI?

MHL to HDMI Support:

Most of the Samsung phones, including the Galaxy A51, support MHL. … This cable will help you transfer your phone screens display signal to an HDMI port.

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