On Samsung Galaxy S10e with latest official firmware with Android 10: G970FXXS3BSL4
SmartView Mirroring failed to establish connection to Miracast Receiver (AnyCast M100).
Before updating to Android 10, it was working well.
Found workground: if i set any date before 07 Jan (for example, set date 06 Jan 2020 in settings) then it connects without any issues. Found certificate expiration exception with LogCat. Could developers fix this issue with certificate expire?
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similar but not the same.
for me one of the solution os to change date before 7Jan...
Very similar to my this question: S10/S10+ upgrade Android 10 can not miracast project to car
Another solution for me which is a little annoying is turning the phone off and then on. It conenct first time. But once you disconnect it doesn't connect again so you have to repeat the off/on process.
Samsung sort it out quick, Please!!!
For me steps to get it work below:
1. Change system date to 06 Jan 15:00 (or any date < 07 Jan) (some problem with certificate expiration)
2. Connect to remote monitor via Smart View (wait to device with title "..Cast" to appear)
3. Click to connect and click Start.
4. After connecting to be able to connect 2nd time, you need to manually close connection with SmartView popup round icon. If you disable wifi or remote monitor disconnect for some reasonm, then you will not connect 2nd time from S10 to remote monitor. And you will have to restart S10. (or turning the phone off and then on).