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Mirroring360 is a software that allows you to share the screen of your laptop, tablet, or smartphone without the use of any external hardware. It is pre-installed on all of the instructor computers in the Nicarry renovated classrooms. For any problems regarding Mirroring360, please contact the ITS Help Desk at x3333 or

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Mirroring360 Basics     
Connecting Your Device     
      - iPad/iPhone
      - Android
      - Windows PC/Laptop
      - Mac

Mirroring360 Basics

Mirror the screen of your iOS device, your Android device, your laptop, or your Mac onto the screen of the main Instructor PC in any of the newly renovated Nicarry classrooms.

Mirroring360 will be launched upon log in on the classroom PCs. On the Instructor PC, you can find the Mirroring360 icon in the lower right corner of your screen.

Click this icon to configure settings, as well as to access the Mirroring ID number of the computer. You'll need this ID number for connecting any device that does not use AirPlay (i.e. Windows laptops, Android devices, etc.).

Note: If you see this notice upon logging in and you wish to use Mirroring360, restart the computer and log in again.

Connecting Your Device

In order to connect any device to the computer, make sure the device is connected to EC_Jaynet_Login.

Notice: The device that you are trying to mirror MUST be a college-owned device. You will not be able to mirror your personal devices, phones, or laptops onto the Instructor PC.

iPad/iPhoneStep 1:Swipe up on the bottom of your iOS device's screen.

Step 2:Tap Airplay.

Step 3:Select the computer you wish to connect to. The computer should come up as "N###-000", depending on which room you are in.

Step 4:Turn on Mirroring with the indicated switch. Tap the switch again to turn mirroring off.

AndroidIn order to use mirror your display on an Android device, you must download and install the Mirroring360 Sender app from the Play Store. For instructions on how to download the app, read the following steps. If you've already installed the Mirroring360 Sender app, skip to Step

Step 1:

Windows PC/Laptop

Note: If you want to Mirror your laptop's screen, you MUST be using Google Chrome. In order to mirror your laptop, you must download the Mirroring360 Chrome extension. Follow the instructions below to download the extension and start mirroring. If you've already downloaded the extension, skip to Step 8.

Step 1:Open up a Chrome browser window.

Step 2:Click the Customization button in the top-right corner of your screen and hover over More tools.

Step 3:Select Extensions.

Step 4:Scroll to the bottom of your screen and select Get more extensions.

Step 5:Type "Mirroring360" into the search box and press [Enter].

Step 6:Locate the Mirroring360 Sender extension and click Add to Chrome.

Step 7:Click Add Extension.

Step 8:
Click the Mirroring360 Sender icon located in the top right corner of your browser window.

Step 9:Type in the Mirroring ID of the computer you wish to connect to.

Note: The Mirroring ID of the computer that you wish to connect to can be found by right-clicking the Mirroring360 icon in the bottom right corner of the screen of the computer that you're connecting to, and clicking Settings.

Step 10:Click the indicated arrow.

Step 11:Select what part of your screen you would like to share and click Share.

Step 12:Click Stop Sharing to stop sharing your screen.

MacStep 1:Click the AirPlay icon in the menu bar.

Step 2:Choose the name of the room that you are in (e.g. N-131) to connect to the computer. The name should be located under Connect to AirPlay Display.

The AirPlay icon will be blue when your Mac is connected to another device.

To stop using an AirPlay display, click the AirPlay icon again, and then click Disconnect AirPlay Display.

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