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8th February 2014, 09:09 PM   |  #1  
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One the reasons I bought the Kindle was because of I believe it's called miracast where you can project your tablet onto your tv. What ever happened to it? Or is there something else I can do?
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One the reasons I bought the Kindle was because of I believe it's called miracast where you can project your tablet onto your tv. What ever happened to it? Or is there something else I can do?


Hi,
I donīt understand your question.
If you bought your kindel for miracast, you should have a miracast adapter......What should happend to?
8th February 2014, 11:53 PM   |  #3  
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Hi,
I donīt understand your question.
If you bought your kindel for miracast, you should have a miracast adapter......What should happend to?

I see it's seperate adapter...
9th February 2014, 01:24 AM   |  #4  
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Yeah, I just bought the netgeat push2tv adapter but this is a cheaper option
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...w_bottom_links
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I forgot Android app Twonky works also, but I had problems Beaming Mythtv HD file to my SD tv. It worked otherwise.
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AllCast is also an alternative if you have a roku or apple TV. I have tested it on both and movies play flawlessly. It also supports viewing pictures and streaming music.

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AllCast is also an alternative if you have a roku or apple TV. I have tested it on both and movies play flawlessly. It also supports viewing pictures and streaming music.

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You guys know of anything that'll work with xbox?
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PlayOn works with Xbox for streaming . http://www.playon.tv/supported-devices

The miracast adapters above are needed to do full second screen mirroring. Hopefully Roku will update their device soon to allow it as well.
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You guys know of anything that'll work with xbox?

AllCast works for both xbox360 and Xbox one

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AllCast works for both xbox360 and Xbox one

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Yeah, personally, I'd stay away from the "HDX Certified" Netgear Push2TV device. It is utter rubish. All kinds of resolution issues (you can fix with an app, but still, shouldn't have too) & the audio is marginal at best. I have an Onkyo TX5010-NR, which is one of the baddest receivers around (& I've tested/owned lots). Chromecast will support 5.1 Dolby & PCM, so will numerous other options, including SlimPort (I have an HDMI 1.4b certified SlimPort/MyDP dongle) which also works flawlessly in regards to audio, even up to 8 channels. The NetGear HDX Certified device though only outputs 2.0 PCM. It's watchable, but nowhere near as enjoyable as other devices.

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