Fixing iPhone Mirroring Errors: Step-by-Step Guide

However, iPhone mirroring errors that have been reported include No Internet Connection, No Internet Access, and iPhone mirroring error 36.

  • The iPhone mirroring errors can be due to both hardware and software problems.
  • When using the AirPlay function, your iPhone needs at least iOS 11.4 or later.

Reset network settings

  1. Open the Settings app and navigate to the Network & Internet section. Now go to the Wi-Fi section and tap on your Wi-Fi network.
  2. Now, select Forget this network option.

Change WiFi connection to Private

  1. Open Settings app. You can do that quickly by using Windows Key + I.
  2. Now go to Network & Internet section.
  3. Locate WiFi section and click on Advanced.
  4. Now switch to Private option.
  5. After you’ve changed WiFi connection to Private, try to connect your phone to TV again.
    After you've changed WiFi connection to Private, try to connect your phone to TV again.

Turn off Bluetooth

  1. Go to Settings > Bluetooth.
    Go to Settings > Bluetooth.
  2. Disable the Bluetooth on your device.
  3. Try connecting your device again.
  4. Restart your iPhone
    Open Settings.
  5. Tap on General.
  6. Select the Restart option.
    Select the Restart option.
  7. Try connecting your Android device again.
  8. Try connecting your iOS device.

Disable AirPlay

  1. Open Control Center by swiping up from the bottom.
    Open Control Center by swiping up from the bottom.
  2. Tap the AirPlay option.
  3. Tap the Off button.
  4. Disable AirDrop
    Open Control Center by swiping up from the bottom.
  5. Tap the AirDrop option.
  6. Tap the Off button.
  7. Disable Airplay Mirroring
    Open Control Center by swiping up from the bottom.
  8. Tap the AirPlay option.
  9. Tap the Off button.

Disable Apple TV mirroring

  1. Turn off Apple TV.
  2. Press and hold the Menu, Home, and Select buttons for about 7 seconds until the red Apple logo appears.
    Press and hold the Menu, Home, and Select buttons for about 7 seconds until the red Apple logo appears.
  3. Select Settings when the Apple logo appears.
  4. Click General and then turn Apple TV off.
  5. Power off Apple TV.
  6. Restart Apple TV.
    Restart Apple TV.
  7. Start mirroring your iPhone to Apple TV.

Turn off AirDrop on the Mac

  1. Open System Preferences.
  2. Select Sharing.
    Select Sharing.
  3. Select File Sharing, then check the box next to AirDrop.
  4. Close System Preferences.
  5. Restart your Mac.
    Restart your Mac.
  6. Reset the Mirroring Service
    Open the Apple Menu and click on System Preferences.
  7. Select Sharing.
    Select Sharing.
  8. Click on the Mirroring service.
  9. Click on Reset Mirroring Service.
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