In the age of wireless connectivity, we see everything moving in that direction. From our phones to wireless charging, wireless earbuds, gaming, and so on. So how come we’re still stuck in the past - depending on a wire to enjoy your videos and movies on the big screen? Using an external display has become the best way to enjoy your favorite content at home. But when HDMI cable not working Mac issues come up, it’s never a fun experience. We’ll show you how you can enjoy your at-home movie experience from Mac to TV - without the need for tangled and unreliable cables and wires - using JustStream.
Click the AirPlay button at the bottom of the window to choose from the list of devices you want to stream to.
To start streaming, click on “Start streaming” at the top of the window. Or you can double-click the screen or the three dots beside the device name.
To stop mirroring, hit the “Stop streaming” button.
Note: By default, the mirroring is muted. But you can unmute it by following these steps.
If HDMI not showing up on TV Mac, there may be an issue with your connection. Make sure your HDMI is connected and secure with your Mac.
This should solve your problem with HDMI not working Mac.
If it still doesn’t work, maybe your HDMI cable isn’t compatible or is damaged. Apple products tend to work the best with other Apple Certified cables, so your best bet would be to buy an Apple HDMI cable.
Alternatively, there is another solution you could try if your HDMI cable not working Mac continues to have issues:
If that doesn’t work, then try restarting your Mac. That can be a simple, yet a fail-safe way to reboot the system and get things to start working again.
Commonly found with Samsung TVs, the issue can be fixed by either relabeling your input source to the one used by your Mac or resetting your factory settings on your TV.
And there you have it. We’re sure that one of these methods should be enough to get you up and running if you have troubles with Mac not connecting to TV HDMI.