How do I turn on Screen Sharing on my iPhone?

Posted by on February 19th, 2020

First you need to find your device in order to verify you are currently logged in with the correct Apple ID. To find your device, use the official iOS Bridge app and navigate to Network and Profiles (iPhone) -> System Preferences (your Mac must be on the same network) -> Devices, then scroll down until you find your device and click the Turn on Screen Sharing button (you will be prompted to enter your Apple ID details, then it will be available to use from your iPhone). If you encounter any issues, please contact us so we can help you resolve the issue.

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Screen Share with the iOS Device
  1. From the iOS device, go to Settings > Control Center.
  2. Tap Customize Controls.
  3. Scroll down to the More Controls section and tap + by the Screen Recording option. Screen Recording will then appear under the Include section. At this point, the iOS device can begin broadcasting its screen to other applications.

Open Settings. On the left, tap "About".

At the top, tap "System".

Under "Battery", tap "Charge".

Toggle "Enable Screen Sharing" to On.

On your phone, launch either ScreenRecorder or Runkeeper (free) or Browsersync or whatever app you like best and record it from the screen. Once you see the screen being recorded, make sure the area on the screen being recorded is highlighted in yellow. You can find that with your finger on your screen. Then tap the Record button, and that's it. You're good to go.

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