Streaming via Airplay
Lightning/USB-C/Micro USB to HDMI
This is the best way to stream FightCamp to your TV! Directly connect to your tv via HDMI to lightning, Micro USB, or USB-C. Once connected, please ensure your television is on the correct HDMI input source.
Roku + Apple Airplay and Home Compatibility Kit
HERE is a step-by-step process to check model numbers, set up airplay, and troubleshoot for the Roku device.
Below are Roku Software versions you need to successful stream Airplay & Home Kit
|Roku TV™||Axxxx, Cxxxx, CxxGB, 7xxxx|
|Roku Ultra||4800, 4670, 4661, 4662, 4660, 4640|
|Roku Premiere||4630, 4620, 3920|
|Roku Streaming Stick®+||3811, 3810|
*To use AirPlay and HomeKit, your compatible Roku device must be running Roku OS 9.4 or higher. Roku devices check for updates every 24 - 36 hrs.
The Apple devices below support streaming audio and video with AirPlay 2.
- iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with iOS 12.3 (released in May 2019) or later
- Mac with macOS Mojave 10.14.5 or later
Streaming via Chromecast using an Android
Open the Google Home app (Please download the Google Home App from the Google Play store if you haven’t already)
Select the device you would like to cast to
Tap “Cast my screen”
Select “Cast screen”
Tips for streaming via Chromecast:
*Your device and Chromecast device must be connected to the same Wi-Fi network.
*If you are streaming to a television with an external Chromecast device, your television will need to be connected to the correct input source.
*If you need additional assistance connecting an external Chromecast device to your television and setting it up in the Google Home app, please visit Google’s Chromecast support page here.