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Discussion in 'HTC Droid Incredible 2' started by DaSlice, Aug 17, 2010.
What is it? And how can i stop the notifications every 5 minutes?
this may help:
Hey, so I have my Di2 now, btw I'm loving it (texting app is REALLY acting up all of the time, though), and I was wondering how I could mirror it to an external display such as the Droid x 2 is capable of.. I would really really love this feature..
It may be possible. I recall reading something about it over at XDA... Don't have the exact thread handy, but check the accessory forum for dinc2 over there.
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Here is a thread I posted over at xda about tv out: [Q] TV out??? - xda-developers I emailed htc. I don't think anyone has tested the mhl yet. I think it also has Dlna yes, but Dlna doesn't mirror. It just outputs the media you have stored on your device. You need a Dlna server hooked to your TV for it to work. Xbox 360 has Dlna, but It sometimes requires a work around to work.
That thread doesnt help... Why is it a hidden feature if this feature is so great? Where can I get a cable?
If MHL does work do I have to have a MHL compatible tv or display? Id like to just go straight into my AOC display...
It's not a hidden feature. HTC just doesn't make the cable for MHL (Mobile High Def Link) yet. There are cables out there though. Someone from the xda thread bought one and is waiting for it to come it. They will let us know if the cable (from the GS2) works or not. That would be the only way to mirror. DLNA isn't mirroring it is just media streaming. I have DLNA on my fascinate and it is pretty useless actually.
Well that sucks... Hopefully the cable works.
okay so on my previous droid x i was able to set up DLNA with my computer and everything was fine... As of a month ago my phone was lost and I now have a replacement X. And for some reason DLNA for video isn't working; I can see the video I want to play however, when i press play it doesn't...
I really don't believe that it's the video's file type (.AVI) because my previous droid x played the videos that I want to see. I have two alogcats if anyone wants a look...
I think that was the longest post I ever read but :bump:...