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hi, Note 3 outputs a 1080p resolution which is a little too much for my TV (the framerate drops). is there any way I can change some setting or something to make the phone send 1080i signal instead of 1080p?

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hi, Note 3 outputs a 1080p resolution which is a little too much for my TV (the framerate drops). is there any way I can change some setting or something to make the phone send 1080i signal instead of 1080p?

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1080p is the native resolution of the Note 3, anything less going to be a compromise. If your TV can handle regular 1080p from another source, then it should handle the output from the Note 3 just fine. Check you haven't got power saving enabled on the phone.
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hi, Note 3 outputs a 1080p resolution which is a little too much for my TV (the framerate drops). is there any way I can change some setting or something to make the phone send 1080i signal instead of 1080p?

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actually I would prefer that 'compromise' at any hour! smoothness over a little bit higher resolution anytime! I mean c'mon!!! my mom's note 1 runs smoother than that!

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it seems my TV can handle 1080p but at a lower framerate

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What TV do you have? Brand, model name?

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it seems my TV can handle 1080p but at a lower framerate

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I don't know the model. some watson 42inch tv

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Watson LCR 42 FHD

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I just checked on another TV using the same MHL 2 cable and it's interesting.... on that TV it displays automatically at 720p 60 Hz and it runs very smooth. I wish I could have this setting on my TV too even though smaller resolution. because on mine it runs at 1080p 24Hz and you can see the framerate

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