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12th May 2014, 11:07 PM   |  #21  
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Just checked the LG website and yours state Screen Share - Miracast whereas my 32LS575T just lists Screen Share - Wifi display and that's what makes the difference your's is miracast branded whereas mine is not.



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Yes mine supports both Miracast & Wi-Di protocols. One is an Android technology and the other is an Intel technology and they can't cross over each other.

It's a very easy fix though, just buy a Chromecast dongle or something.

I don't use Miracast very much at all as it's quite laggy compared to Airplay mirroring on my Apple TV. It's a bit of a gimmick to show off to mates when they come round.
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