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21st August 2014, 02:57 AM   |  #1  
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Searched but didn't find anything about the Moto X working with the SKN6436A

http://www.motorola.com/us/accessory...dmi-cable.html

Will this work? If it wort it was only 2.99.

I already bought it because it is 2.99 from 39.99.

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21st August 2014, 03:23 AM   |  #2  
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Never mind I found that it is micro HDMI to HDMI and won't work.

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21st August 2014, 04:31 AM   |  #3  
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Never mind I found that it is micro HDMI to HDMI and won't work.

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You can get a cheap HDMI Miricast or Intel WiDi adapter and it will work with the "Wireless Display" feature of the X.

I have an old Netgear Push2TV (WiDi device) and I've used it to stream tv episodes from my X (Xfinity TV Go App) and the quality is excellent. I've seen miricast adapters as cheap as $20.
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Originally Posted by samwathegreat

You can get a cheap HDMI Miricast or Intel WiDi adapter and it will work with the "Wireless Display" feature of the X.

I have an old Netgear Push2TV (WiDi device) and I've used it to stream tv episodes from my X (Xfinity TV Go App) and the quality is excellent. I've seen miricast adapters as cheap as $20.

Wow thanks I will look into that option. I have a Chromecast for home but travel to hotels about 4 days a week and want it for my travels.

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