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Red face mirroring solution

It's confirmed that MirrorOp works with Nexus 7.
I can't post the link cause I'm a noob but you can look up

forums.androidcentraldotcom
google dash nexus dash 7 dash tablet dash forum slash 233760 dash nexus dash 7 dash pust-tv-miracast-working dash 2 dot html
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Here's a clickable link:
http://forums.androidcentral.com/goo...working-2.html

Of course it needs a receiver on the TV side and that's $150 in addition to the $10 for the Android app. Spending $160 to make a $200 Nexus display on TV seems excessive to me

Although once you have the receiver you can also watch your PC or Mac also.

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What's the links posted on that site so I don't have to register?

EDIT -so does the receiver for Windows not work for this since you said it requires the adapter?
 
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The Windows receiver works but the OP was for TV out although I guess you could receive on a PC and if it had a HDMI out you could connect that to the TV.

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is vlc like what you could use.

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I travel a lot and I have used my Galaxy SIII several times via HDMI in my hotel room to watch Netflix and Hulu.... so not being able to do this with the Nexus 7 I have to say was my biggest (and really only) disappoint with the device. But then again for the price I got it during Black Friday, I guess I can't have it all!
 
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I stream video, photos and music from N7 to a 11 year old LCD TV via a Roku box using the 1 twonky browser and 2 juice for roku apps. Twonky browser good for you tube and juice app great for streaming movies. The roku can plug into HDMI and RCA inlets. Given a whole new lease of life to the old TV. Picture and sound quality is great. So long as the N7 and Roku are on the same WiFi connection it works. I would prefer a TV out port in order to watch my own stuff in hotels from N7 but hoping the small roku will connect to hotel WiFi as a suitable solution, otherwise the iPod touch and its cable will also need to be packed.
 
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I got this and it doesn't work at all

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cool:thumbup:

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Check this out , someone has managed to do it. Doesn't cost more than 20 dollars. Using slim port adapters and an app he is writing. There is a video in it as well showing the mirroring.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2209428

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