How to: AirPlay - iOS Devices

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AirPlay allows you to mirror exactly what is on your device to a projector in High Definition. The Kramer VIA GO allows for AirPlay connections on Apple devices. To wirelessly present on a Windows, Android, or Chromebook, please see the related articles. 

Steps

  1. Make sure the control unit on the podium is on the correct input for AirPlay.
  2. Connect your IOS Device to the JASPERNET WI-FI.
  3. On your iOS Device access the Control Center by swiping from the top of the screen.
  4. Select Screen Mirroring.
  5. A list will pop up. Click the name of the device you would like to wirelessly present to. 
  6. Underneath the name of the AirPlay device that you clicked on, a slide bar will appear next to the word "Mirroring", click on the slide bar to enable Mirroring:
  7. A code will pop up on the projector screen. Enter this code into the field that pops up on your iOS Device.
  8. The projector should then wirelessly display whatever is on your iOS device's screen.

Turning Off AirPlay

  1. Once you are done using AirPlay you must turn it off.
  2. Access the Control Center again and from the Screen Mirroring option select Stop Presenting.

If you have any further trouble, please contact us at ITS@manhattan.edu or (718) 862-7973.

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