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By murso74, Senior Member on 29th August 2013, 07:55 PM
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has motorola confirmed or denied MHL support for the Moto X? i was just about to get an HDMI compatible car stereo to replace my god awful mirror link unit, but i realized that the X might night support it.. now i may have to wait another year for a miracast unit :: sigh ::
 
 
30th August 2013, 12:07 PM |#2  
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i would like to know this also. i dont own a mhl adapter other wise i would test it myself.
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i would like to know this also. i dont own a mhl adapter other wise i would test it myself.

The GSM Arena review stated that MHL works on it, but I haven't heard from anywhere else.
2nd September 2013, 06:23 PM |#4  
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The GSM Arena review stated that MHL works on it, but I haven't heard from anywhere else.

I saw this too, but I have a hard time believing it.
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still no verification of this working or not. i know that review said it would but i would rather see users here say it does lol.
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I attempted to use it, and it didn't work.

However, the MHL cable I'm using is a cheap eBay one I bought a year or so ago, and it was always spotty anyway. I might buy a proper cable and try again, because I am also very interested in it.
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I have an MHL adapter that I've been using with my Rezound since day one, and I can't get it to work with my Moto X. Not sure if there's an option or a config I'm missing, but I've been over every inch of the settings dialogues and can't get HDMI output from this Moto X. VZW, for the record.
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The moto x has wireless display, I guess no HDMI but you can view movies & pictures through the wireless display settings, my guess
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http://help.motorola.com/hc/apps/wd/...-wireless.html

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The X doesn't support MHL or Slimport, but as Flash mentioned, it does wireless display via Mracast. Miracast mirrors your entire screen, but with slight latency, so don't expect to game on the big screen with it. Browsing the web, videos and music are fine though.

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Nops...
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The GSM Arena review stated that MHL works on it, but I haven't heard from anywhere else.

Nops...They corrected the wrong info...Moto X does not support MHL.....sadly
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Any alternatives?
Has anyone tried another conector possibilities?

I'am traveling, so i can't test right now at my home...



Micro USB to VGA:

Motorola Micro USB to VGA:

Micro USB to RCA:

P2 out to A/V RCA:

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