Originally Posted by dhendriksen
I just tried out the VGA out. It doesn't support extended screen, it just mirrors the display. There is a button on the keyboard you press, the toggles the VGA display on/off. One press is shows on the lapdock AND the projector, a second press it doesn't show on the lapdock and ONLY shows on the projector, and a 3rd press turns the projector off and only displays on the lapdock.
It also (as expected) adjusts the resolution on the lapdock to match the projector, or vice verse...whichever is lower.
I figured that was the case that it wouldn't support extended screens.
Then again, for my purposes, I would just need to mirror the screen (to use at work).
Too bad that Motorola or a developer do it like what the iDisplay for Android
does. Because that would be so sweet.
I might just hit up Lokifish over at xda to maybe see if he can do something like this using Ubuntop [Webtop] mod
in a future version.
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