Learn how to read NFC tags, share your phone's display, and exchange media with other NFC and DLNA-compatible devices using the LG Stylo 4.

 

 

 

Mirror screen on car display

MirrorLink mirrors your phone on your car's display. Your car's system must support LG Stylo 3 Plus to use this feature.

Android version 8.0.0

  1. From any home screen, swipe left to locate and tap Settings.
  2. Select the Network tab and scroll to or tap Connected devices > Media server.
  3. Tap the Content sharing slider to the ON setting.
  4. Tap ALLOW as prompted to allow other devices to connect.

 

Android version 7.1.2

  1. Turn on and connect to Wi-Fi.
  2. From the apps list, tap Settings > Network > Media server.
  3. Select the Content sharing checkbox.
  4. Tap ALLOW.

 

Manage shared content

Manage your shared content and permissions of nearby devices.

Android version 8.0.0

  1. From any home screen, swipe left to locate and tap Settings.
  2. Select the Network tab and scroll to or tap Connected devices > Media server.
  3. Tap the Content sharing switch, then tap ALLOW.
  4. Tap ALLOW as prompted to allow other devices to access your phone.

 

Android version 7.1.2

  1. Turn on and connect to Wi-Fi.
  2. From the apps list, tap Settings > Network > Media server.
  3. Tap Content to share.
  4. Check what you want to share:
    1. Photos
    2. Videos
    3. Music
  5. Tap OK.

 

Turn share on / off

When this feature is turned on, you can beam app content to another NFC capable device by holding the devices close together.

  1. Turn on and connect to Wi-Fi.
  2. From the apps list, tap Settings > Network.
  3. Tap the Android Beam switch to turn it on or off.

 

Read NFC tag

Your phone can read the NFC tag information from another NFC device or a printed tag.

  1. Turn on NFC
  2. Place the back of your phone against the back of the other device, or against the printed tag. Your device should vibrate or sound a confirmation, depending on your settings.
  3. If necessary, follow any prompts (for example, if you are receiving a contact, you must select where to save the contact).

 

Turn on / off NFC

Android version 8.0.0

  1. From any home screen, swipe left to locate and tap Settings.
  2. Select the Network tab and scroll to or tap Connected devices > NFC slider to turn it on or off.
  3. If prompted via pop-up message, tap OK.

 

Android version 7.1.2

  1. From the apps list, tap Settings > Network.
  2. Tap the switch to turn NFC on or off.
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