Wireless screen mirroring to samsung tv

I’m trying to connect my manjaro KDE laptop to my samsung tv to mirror, use it as a second screen wirelessly.
My phone can do this, windows 10 can do this, manjaro cant do this natively.
Any suggestions on how to get this working?
idealy i would connect to it like androids screencasting which just mirrors the entire screen to the tv.


If you are searching something like Miracast - Wikipedia, then it would be GitHub - albfan/miraclecast: Connect external monitors to your system via Wifi-Display specification also known as Miracast.

pamac build miraclecast-git

While gnome3 has a gui for that: Projects · GNOME / gnome-network-displays · GitLab i found nothing for KDE.

pamac build gnome-network-displays

Ubuntu has it builtin into his Gnome3 DE as “Media share” Option i believe.

(Still never used it ever, i believe in cables at home)

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