-Fixed a bug with the resolution selection on sense.
-Changed the auto-downloader to work much better.
-Fixed a bug that prevented the app from working with sense.
-MAJOR bug fix!
-Misc bug fixes
-Now includes support for controlling audio! (Even on CM7/AOSP!)
-New Advanced Settings menu with new options!
-New option enables you to keep the screen on all the time while mirroring
-New option enables you to max your CPU clock speed while mirroring for best possible performance
-Fixed a rare bug with the auto-downloader causing a force close
-Fixed a bug with the enable button
-Now includes auto-download support for required modules.
-New screen tells you if you have an accelerated kernel or not
-No longer requires custom kernel!
-Overscan now has percentage indicator
-Fixed a bug that prevented vSync from disabling after turning mirroring off and back on
-Fixed a bug with vSync
-Fixed a bug that prevented "auto save" from correctly saving
-Enabled users to enable/disable vSync
-Added notification while mirroring
-Fixed the Display Options page to not force close
-Now correctly saves your resolution and changes the resolution when selected
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: This doesn't work at all, what's wrong?
A: Check your cable!
Q: What does overscan mean?
Originally Posted by aceytech
For everyone experiencing flakey HDMI cable behavior, crashing or no video:
Blow all the dust and pocket lint out of your HDMI connector! Use a can of compressed air, the kind for electronics.(no moisture)
You may not realize it, but there's ~20 connections at 0.5mm pitch, all DIGITAL**, and many of them are dependent on one another, all inside that little connector.
Hope this helps you. Cheers!
**The signals go thru or they don't, unlike analog, which looks fuzzy or diminished colors, etc..
A: Overscan is for people's TV's that cut off the sides of the HDMI output. Increasing the overscan will slightly shrink the output so you can see everything with nothing being cut off.