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13th September 2014, 05:47 PM |#11  
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Yup.

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is there anything else can go with this? (any related apps/service)

Wfd SDK Service
Wfd Service
Wireless Display
Wireless Display Service
Wireless Display Widget

Are those related?
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14th September 2014, 01:46 AM |#12  
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com.qualcomm.atfwd service (atfwd.apk) is Qualcomm's WiFi display. It allows you to mirror your devices display on a TV.

Does it have anything to do with current-screen-content sharing over NFC (Andriod Beam) and such?

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is there anything else can go with this? (any related apps/service)

Wfd SDK Service
Wfd Service
Wireless Display
Wireless Display Service
Wireless Display Widget

Are those related?

Wfd are Wifi Direct services, I recommend you dont freeze/remove them, they can be usefull in more common communication cases.
Wireless Display probably has something to do with miracast or similar, but I'm not sure.
14th September 2014, 03:05 PM |#13  
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Does it have anything to do with current-screen-content sharing over NFC (Andriod Beam) and such?

No, there two separate apps.
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14th September 2014, 03:10 PM |#14  
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No, there two separate apps.

Excellent. Frozen.
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14th September 2014, 10:01 PM |#15  
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No, there two separate apps.

OK - thanks !
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2nd July 2015, 12:49 PM |#16  
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com.qualcomm.atfwd service (atfwd.apk) is Qualcomm's WiFi display. It allows you to mirror your devices display on a TV.

So it means that i don't need any external software to cast my screen...???
2nd July 2015, 01:36 PM |#17  
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So it means that i don't need any external software to cast my screen...???

Yes. Moto G supports Wireless Screen Mirroring with a simple build.prop edit. Motorola Stock is limited however in that it can only Mirror phone without WiFi Internet connection. GPE ROMs however can Wirelessly Screen Mirror and maintain WiFi Internet connection.

See Moto G FAQ for more info.
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2nd July 2015, 06:01 PM |#18  
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I remove it and i do not have any problem

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29th October 2015, 05:09 AM |#19  
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so if i dont use miracast, is it safe to stop/disable/freeze?

Yup.

Sent from my Scorpion Mini


Thanks for posting this because I accidentally clicked wrong and have been searching for a while to try to figure out how screwed I am lol &i don't have miracast so I'm not as worried about it as I was just after I did it or after I started searching for what it was and started worrying because i wasn't getting much more than a bunch of lists I really REALLY really REALLY didn't feel like reading lol...[I'm on my itouch because I did it on my phone and until i knew what it was I didn't want to touch my phone again and for some reason my itouch doesn't have a 'find on page' option to type "com.qualcomm.atfwd" into to avoid reading every last word looking for "a needle in a haystack" ..which is exactly what I would have wound up doing if you didn't write this &get an answer & even though none of you have anything to do with it being a really good answer for me I appreciate it as if you did lol
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