You can connect your Android device with your ScreenBeam, depending on the type of Android device you have you can use either Miracast or Google Cast.
Android Connection with Miracast
Android device manufacturers have the option to enable Miracast support on their hardware, so check the tech specs for your device to see if Miracast is supported. Typically smartphones and tablets from Samsung, LG, and OnePlus support Miracast, though the option may have different names like AllShare Cast, Smart View, Cast, Screen Mirroring, or Screen Share.
Typically you will find a shortcut to the Screen Mirroring tool by swiping down from the top of the screen to open the Quick Settings menu.
On some Android devices you may need to go into the settings of the Screen Mirroring tool tool and check the box to Enable wireless display to allow connections to Miracast devices like the ScreenBeam.
Android Connection with Google Cast
Some Android devices, like Google's Pixel line, do not support Miracast, the only option for wireless display with these devices is using Google Cast, this option may be called Screen Mirroring, Screen Cast, or Cast. Typically you will find a shortcut to the Screen Mirroring tool by swiping down from the top of the screen to open the Quick Settings menu.
You can check out our article on how to configure your ScreenBeam 1100 or 1000 for Google Cast.